We offer a selected range of high-end sensors already integrated with the SDO 50 V2. Additional payloads can be integrated upon request.
The remote laser detector measures methane concentration in the air. The laser beam (having the wavelength, which corresponds to methane absorption line) reflects from a topographic object (the ground, a wall, etc.), which is 150 m away from the device and returns into the receiving channel of the optical system.
Light detection and ranging (LiDAR) sensors use light energy, originating from a laser, to scan the ground and variable distances. The outcome is a rich set of elevation data that can be used to produce high-resolution maps and 3D models of natural and man-made objects.
The deployment of UAVs for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions has been part of civil and military operations for some time. Systems applied aim for long-range surveillance, intelligence gathering and tactical combat operations, typically carrying MWIR, incl. EO/IR (electro optical and infrared) and LRF sensors.
Near-earth spectroscopy from UAV-hyperspectral sensor systems addresses the limitations of resolution, cloud cover, and signal-to-noise ratio from traditional airborne or satellite platforms.
Aerial Laser Methane AssessmentSensor
Providing operational diagnostics of extended gas transmission and gas distribution facilities for leaks. The system is also used for exploration of gas fields
Radioactive particle detectionSensor
Equipped with the right sensors, UAVs can significantly help determine radiation levels after incidents in nuclear facilities as well as during regular routine monitoring.