UTC Aerospace Systems to Showcase two New UAS at Aero India

By Caroline Rees / 03 Feb 2013

UTC Aerospace Systems will exhibit a range of products for military and civil markets at Aero India, with two new unmanned aerial systems (UAS) due to make their Indian debut at the show.

The Vireo and Optio UAS are applicable to a wide variety of markets and offer low-cost, effective and flexible surveillance from a variety of sensors including electro optical and infra-red.

These systems deliver actionable data to law enforcement, government agencies, agriculture producers and first responders. Further UTC Aerospace Systems UAS technology will be displayed on the TATA booth, providing a solution for India’s UAS multi-intelligence collection requirement.

Also on display on the UTC Aerospace systems booth will be:

The DB-110 real-time, digital, tactical reconnaissance solution that provides long-range, dual-band EO/IR imaging sensor and fixed and mobile intelligence exploitation systems. The day/night sensor is suitable for use on fast-jets, large UAVs and business jets. Multiple countries worldwide have already selected the DB-110 for their operations.

The Intelligence Exploitation System (IES), in wide use with both NATO and other countries. As the core ground station, the IES ingests data from multiple sensors, (including the DB-110 sensor), disseminating the resultant fused intelligence rapidly to relevant personnel.

The TERPROM® digital terrain system, a software-based system that successfully blends and interprets the inputs of a diverse array of sensors to provide the aircraft pilot and crew with full situational awareness, enabling them to fly far more safely and effectively – even in areas where GPS is not available. It is in use with 14 nations worldwide, on over 5,000 aircraft.

A range of micro electro-mechanical systems (MEMS)-based inertial measurement units (IMU) and integrated inertial navigation/GPS systems. These extremely small, rugged and lightweight units deliver proven, consistent, precision guidance with low manufacturing costs and swift production start-up times, to a wide variety of weapons and platforms – including smaller munitions.

Posted by Caroline Rees Caroline co-founded Unmanned Systems Technology and has been at the forefront of the business ever since. With a Masters Degree in marketing Caroline has her finger on the pulse of all things unmanned and is committed to showcasing the very latest in unmanned technical innovation. Connect & Contact