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Paris Air Show: Experts focus on Korean border

23rd June 2017 - 10:30 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Paris

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Autonomous Device Experts is putting forward the Vivace UAS and Pathfinder seismic detection sensor for possible use by South Korea along sensitive border areas.

The combined system, developed in cooperation with US-based ARA Robotics Solutions, uses a series of buried detection sensors linked to a command and control station that automatically launches a Vivace UAS to the area to classify the potential threat.

With a 10km flight range, the carbon-fibre UAS is capable of a flight time of up to 90 minutes with an EO/LWIR camera fitted in a nose-mounted payload. The Vivace has been developed by ADE and ARA

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