UMEX 2020: Threod Systems showcases its UAV and gimbals solutions
Threod Systems, Estonian company, participates to UMEX 2020 exhibition. The show is taking place in ADNEC Centre, Abu Dhabi, from 23rd to 25th of February. It is the 4th edition of the unmanned systems exhibition and conference dedicated to unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), robotics, components, drones, and more.
STREAM C VTOL configuration (Picture source: Army Recognition)
SREAM C VTOL (Picture source: Threod Systems)
STREAM C UAS is a robust and versatile unmanned aerial vehicle designed to mount large payloads for a small class UAV.
STREAM C configuration is under development. Most importantly, VTOL brings a lot of mobility and convenience, especially in difficult terrain conditions. In addition, it enables the UAS usage in confined space, inside compounds and urban conditions. Moreover, it aids the operations in the natural environment like forests or mountain areas. Foremost, it enables operations from a battleship or a rescue vessel.
STREAM C(Picture source: Threod Systems)
- Brigade/ task-force
- Special operations task group
- Law enforcement and security services
- Border security
- Coastal defense
- Maritime surveillance
- Over 6 hours flight time
- Up to 6 kg useful payload capacity
- Communication distance up to 150 km
- Multi-sensor payload option
- High quality video feed and on-board recording
- KLV Metadata according to STANAG 4609
- Up to level 4 interoperability
MILITARY: Intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance (ISTAR), object tracking, force protection, real-time surveillance
GOVERNMENT: security services, search and rescue, border guard patrol, mapping
COMMERCIAL: power-line inspections, environmental research
Dome gimbal (Picture source: Threod Systems)
Threod Systems offers customized gimbal solutions that are fully integrated with proprietary autopilot and UAVs. Threod gimbals are separate commercial products that can be easily integrated into any fixed-wing UAV, multirotor, UGV or any other observation platform.
Threod Systems gimbal solutions deliver clear and stabilized imagery that satisfies the most demanding customer requirements. Cooled MWIR sensor detects vehicles at 15 km and humans at 9km.
- Gyro-stabilized imagery
- Geo-positioning, geo-lock, video tracking
- Moving Object Detection and tracking
- Ethernet, CAN and multicast video
- STANAG 4609 compliant KLV metadata
- Redundant use of sensors
- MWIR, EO, LRF, IR pointer
Orca gimbal (Picture source:Threod Systems )