Threod’s Stream C UAS Completes Gulf Crossing

By Sarah Simpson / 30 Aug 2019
Stream C UAS by Threod Systems
The Stream C UAS by Threod Systems successfully crosses the Gulf of Finland.

Threod Systems has confirmed that the Stream C UAS is the first drone to successfully fly across the Gulf of Finland, from Estonia to Finland. The flight was part of the SESAR GOF U-space demonstration trials.

The flight took a Northern trajectory, flying from the Muraste region in Harju county, Estonia, and landing in Torbacka, Finland.

The 1 hour 10-minute flight was tracked by Flightradar and could be witnessed via live-streaming to Threod System’s YouTube Channel.

Key features of the Stream C fixed wing UAV include:

  • Over 6 hours flight time
  • Up to 6 kg useful payload capacity
  • Communication distance up to 150 km
  • Multi-sensor payload option
  • High quality video feed and on-board recording
  • KLV Metadata according to STANAG 4609
  • Up to NATO Level 4 interoperability.

SESAR Gulf of Finland U-space Project

The *SESAR Gulf of Finland U-space project is a series of drone demonstrations conducted throughout the summer of 2019. Designed to accelerate the uptake of U-space in Europe, the U-space project has a consortium of 19 members with the aim of ensuring safe and secure drone traffic management within Europe.

*SESAR – ‘Single European Sky ATM Research’.

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