C-Astral launches Bramor SAR UAS
C-Astral has introduced its new Bramor SAR UAS, capable of identifying and accurately geolocating mobile phones on the ground, the company announced on 5 February.
The UAS is designed to be used to locate the phone of a person in distress during SAR missions using its NSX module payload. It can operate in local network coverage or where there is poor or no coverage at all.
Based on the new C4EYE XHD-2 platform, Bramor SAR’s advanced direction finding and identification NSX sensor is exchangeable with the XHD-2 visible light and forward looking infra-red gimbal, providing dual functionality.
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