Threod’s Stream C UAS Completes Gulf Crossing

Published: 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’.

Posted by Mike Ball Mike is our resident technical editor here at Unmanned Systems Technology. Combining his passions for teaching, advanced engineering and all things unmanned, Mike keeps a watchful eye over everything related to the unmanned technical sector. With over 10 years’ experience in the unmanned field and a degree in engineering, Mike’s been heading up our technical team here for the last 8 years.

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