Goodrich launches TASE400 Stabilized Microgimbal
Goodrich Corporation today announced the release of the TASE400, the latest and highest performance stabilized camera gimbal. The TASE400 marks the fourth complete gimbal solution from Goodrich, and brings an unparalleled performance in day/night surveillance imaging in a 7 inch, 7.51b package.
The TASE400 gimbal is an ideal solution for both manned and unmanned Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) applications requiring low size, weight and power (SWaP), combined with high performance and excellent day and night imagery. The TASE400 features include: a mid-wave infrared camera with continuous zoom from 20 degree to 2 degree field of view, a 36 times zoom daylight camera, and unsurpassed stability with fiber optic gyros and advanced electronic stabilization techniques. In addition, this gimbal comes with a third payload bay that is configurable to host a range of other options including a laser rangefinder, pointer or designator.
Goodrich ISR Systems at Hood River, Ore. provides a comprehensive family of complete gimbal solutions from the single camera, nose-mounted TASE100, the single camera TASE150, the dual camera EO/IR TASE200, the larger more sophisticated TASE300 two-three camera gimbal systems and now the new two-three camera TASE400.
The TASE product family is recognized worldwide as the leading solution in UAVs requiring low SWaP, and high stability for ISR applications. Currently over 400 gimbals from the TASE family have been delivered to both commercial and military customers and are widely used in theater in support of combat applications.
More from Digital Battlespace
From Information to Insight (sponsored)
Until the 21st century, intelligence was gathered in discreet ways. People would go undercover, use secret codes, and pass intelligence over at park benches. With thanks to the huge leap forward in technology, we now live in a world with an abundance of easily accessible information.
L3Harris contracted for mobility research to inform autonomous systems development
L3Harris has been contracted by the US Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity to carry out human mobility modelling and simulation to support development of future autonomous systems.
US Marine Corps enhances tactical comms with L3Harris radio contracts
The US Marine Corps is acquiring further L3Harris Falcon IV tactical radios under two new contracts.
Northrop Grumman delivers key elements for Poland's new air defence system
Northrop Grumman has begun delivering Integrated Battle Command System relay units under Poland's Wisla medium-range air defence programme.
SOF Week 2023: How Collaborative Autonomy can revolutionise multi-domain missions
USSOCOM is betting on meshed networking technology to enable a single operator to control multiple swarming uncrewed systems across air, land and sea.
SOF Week 2023: USSOCOM to observe high throughput connectivity at sea demonstration
The demo will showcase a layered and integrated communications network featuring mobile ad hoc network, tropospheric scatter, and satellite connectivity.