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The new one man UAV iSTART from BlueBear unveils at DSEI 2011.


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DSEI 2011
International Defence & Security Equipment Exhibition
Excel London
, United Kingdom
13 - 16 September 2011
 
New UAV iStart at DSEI 2011
 
 
Tuesday, September 13, 2011, 11:26 PM
 
The new one man UAV iSTART from BlueBear unveils at DSEI 2011.
At DSEI 2011 the British Company BlueBear unveils a new one man portable UAV, the IStart. The iStart system is all about getting the right sensors to the right place at the right time.
     
At DSEI 2011 the British Company BlueBear unveils a new one man portable UAV, the IStart. The iStart system is all about getting the right sensors to the right place at the right time.
iStart new one man UAV Unmanned Aerial Vehicle at DSEI 2011
     

With an endurance of 40 minutes you can keep it where you need it. You don't need to be a pilot - just tell the system where it needs to go, and point the sensor where you want it to look. (or optionally steer it).

STAY FOCUSED
The iSTART system support a range of sensors including optical and IR cameras.

THROW and GO
Operating iSTART system couldn't be easier. Prime the vehicle with a rechargeable battery start it up and throw. Mission planning is via a simple point and click interface. A full motion video feed is available as soon as the vehicle boots up. The system requires no direct human piloting from launch to landing.

STAY AGILE
The systems small footprint makes it highly mobile and can be deployed by a one man team.

     
     

IStart UAV can be deployed by a one man team
 

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