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Special Forces target ISR relay capability
Unmanned vehicles manufacturer PSI Tactical Robotics and communications specialist Harris Corporation have joined forces to provide a niche capability for the special operations community, the companies have revealed.
PSI Tactical Robotics already supplies the InstantEye vertical take-off/landing (VTOL) quadcopter to undisclosed customers across NATO Special Operations Forces (SOF) with the systems used to carry a variety of payloads for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions.
However, responding to operational requirements from the SOF customer base, PSI has begun working alongside Harris Corporation to integrate the Embedded Modular Receive (EMR) on board the InstantEye. The development follows efforts to reduce the …
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