AUVSI 2013: C-ASTRAL Unveils New BRAMOR C4EYE UAS

By Caroline Rees / 16 Aug 2013
Bramor C4EYE UAS

The Bramor C4EYE UAS

C-ASTRAL Ltd., a provider of small unmanned integrated systems for surveying, remote sensing and ISR, has unveiled their new imagery intelligence gathering UAS platform – the BRAMOR C4EYE. This latest addition to the Bramor UAS family, is aimed at the security, civil protection and NGO environmental protection markets.

The C4EYE with a 3hr endurance and an up to 30km completely scalable and adaptable digital or analogue video links covering a range of radio spectra is based on the C-ASTRAL legacy EO and EOi systems and uses an adaptable sensor architecture that includes stabilized video gimbals carrying electro-optical and IR sensors and a combined EO/IR or SWIR and laser illuminator small and retractable turret.

Like all the C-ASTRAL UAS systems, the C4EYE can be launched safely and in stabilized manner either with an elastic or pneumatic catapult in temperatures as low as -25 deg Celsius and lands with a parachute system.

In early 2014, the C4EYE will be test flown at the Oklahoma Training Center for Unmanned Systems as part of the Robotic Aircraft for Public Safety (RAPS) testing program.

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