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Eurosatory: New ASV 30 UAS variant launched
Aero Surveillance has introduced a new version of its ASV 30 UAS equipped with all-digital gyro-stabilised gimbal, new command and control system and image processing software suite at Eurosatory in Paris on 13 June.
The ASV 30 Quad or Octocopter - with four or eight rotors respectively - can carry payloads of 4kg with an endurance of one hour and range of ~10 miles.
The new system integrates an all-digital EO/IR gyro-stabilised gimbal with improved angular precision. Combined with data link the system can transmit high-definition video and infrared imagery in real time at ranges of up to 10 miles.
The ASV 30 is currently undergoing certification by the French Aviation Authority (DGAC).
The eight rotor version has an ingress protection (IP 54) rating and is designed for operation in harsh environments.
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