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AUVSI 2017: iSensys aiming for target sales

10th May 2017 - 18:48 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Dallas


US-based unmanned target platform manufacturer iSensys is targeting sales of up to ten units of its Scrab II aerial system this year, with additional sales expected for its land and sea-targets.

The company has been providing unmanned targets for weapons training for US and international military services, including special forces units, since 2005. Its land and sea platforms are designed and manufactured in the US, while the Scrab II (pictured) is developed in Spain under license.

The target systems are also used for JTAC operational training to provide moving targets for incoming support fire.

'The platforms are built from new

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Richard Thomas


Richard Thomas

Richard Thomas is the Senior Editor, Naval at Shephard Media. Richard joined the company in …

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