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IAI shrinks EOIR payloads

14th March 2017 - 11:49 GMT | by Gerrard Cowan in Dublin


Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has announced the launch of two new tactical electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) payloads, with the market for unmanned vehicles a key target.

The systems comprise a new, very small payload called NanoPOP and a new version of IAI's MicroPOP payload. They are the latest products in the company's POP family of payloads.

The NanoPOP weighs 200 grams and features a day and night camera, the company stated. It was designed with small robotic vehicles and UAVs in mind and according to IAI, the system provides high-quality observation capability over hundreds of metres during day and night, with

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Gerrard Cowan


Gerrard Cowan

Gerrard Cowan is an author having recently published his world-renowned book 'The Machinery'. He …

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