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APPLICATION BRIEFS
ground level or inside dangerous and/
or hard to reach indoor environments,
explosive ordinance disposal,
placement of payloads at desired
points of interest and more, without
setting foot inside the relevant area.
Enabling combat forces to be
everywhere, get real-time visuals and
perform surgical precision pick-and-drop
Unmanned Hover Plane
Aeronautics Group
Yavne, Israel
972-8-9433600
www.aeronautics-sys.com
eronautics Group, a company that
specializes in integrated holistic
solutions based on unmanned aerial
systems, payloads and communications
for defense and HLS applications, is
launching a new aviation category - the
Unmanned Hover Plane (UHP). Trojan
is a one-of-a-kind system that bridges
the gap between the need to hover
and the need to reach long ranges. The
new UHP category could be a game
changer, due to its ability to perform
aerial missions with pinpoint precision.
The system's capabilities support
challenging operational missions
while simultaneously performing
point-to-multipoint Intelligence,
Surveillance and Reconnaissance
(ISR), thereby creating a solution for
versatile and dynamic environments,
and achieving Wide-Area-PersistentA
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Surveillance (WAPS). The system's
multi-platform architecture utilizes
multiple sensors, together with
advanced analytics capabilities,
to ensure accurate, reliable, realtime
situational awareness.
The revolutionary UHP configuration
gives Trojan a long endurance, 2.5hour
flight time; long-range of up to
150 km; and fast flight capabilities,
combined with the capacity to
carry multiple payloads up to 12 kg
in weight, all packed into a small
tactical platform. The system enables
execution of demanding, complex
missions by tactical base stations, each
of which control up to four platforms,
simultaneously. Each platform, when
tasks, Wolverine extends their operational
reach in critical situations where precision
and versatility are paramount, giving them
battlefield dominance in terms of both
operator experience and mission planning.
" The Wolverine system was developed
in direct response to the need of forces
to conduct complex field and outdoor
missions, while maintaining force
protection, and without making contact
with the enemy, " says Gadi Bar-Ner,
Chief Business Officer of XTEND. " For the
first time, any user can operate a drone
intuitively and without any prior training,
giving forces complete autonomy in the
field. XTEND systems are combat-proven
and used with great success by the IDF
in defending borders and forces. "
XTEND's patented operating system
fuses human intelligence and machine
autonomy to enhance the operator's
abilities and simultaneously reduce
the need for physical confrontation,
thus minimizing casualties and injuries.
Hundreds of XTEND's systems are already
operationally deployed worldwide and
the company is continuously developing
its operating system and platforms
to deliver the future of man-machine
teaming to defense, HLS, and security
professionals throughout the world.
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