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AUSA 2019: WAMI pod to take to the skies

16th October 2019 - 11:15 GMT | by Damian Kemp in Washington DC

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US engineering and technology company Logos Technologies has unveiled a new Multi-Modal Sensor Pod (MMSP) at AUSA 2019 and outlined plans for the first flight of its BlackKite IR wide-area motion imagery (WAMI) pod, a further development of its RedKite EO system.

The MMSP is designed for use on fixed wing and rotary manned aircraft as well as Group 3-5 UAVs and uses three sensors –large format camera, spectrometer, and ultra-high definition camera – to provide multi-layered correlated information.

The pod integrates the sensors, provided by other companies, to create high-resolution images using the single pod across a range of

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