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Redkite and Kestrel payloads soar to greater heights

11th September 2018 - 13:44 GMT | by Gordon Arthur in Adelaide


Logos Technologies has revealed that its Redkite-I wide-area motion imagery (WAMI) system successfully completed a flight aboard an Insitu Integrator UAV on 31 August.

As its nomenclature suggests, this 11kg variant of the Redkite airborne sensor was designed specifically for the Integrator.

Appearing at Land Forces 2018 in Adelaide, this was the system’s first appearance in Australia, and it marks Redkite’s significant new ability to be mounted on a UAV rather than on just an aerostat or manned aircraft.

It can collect 1Tb of data per hour and onboard storage allows up to 8h of data to be collected. Processing

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Gordon Arthur


Gordon Arthur

Gordon Arthur is the Asia Pacific editor for Shephard Media. Born in Scotland and educated …

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