UAVOS has launched the GSG 201 an Artificial Intelligence (AI) drone gimbal, that combines UAVOS new proprietary software with AI and core imaging technology.
The GSG 201 will be able to conduct wide-area search, surveillance, and identification specific to autonomous surveillance missions. The GSG 201 is an EO/IR configuration with a 30x optical zoom visible camera and laser rangefinder.
“By delivering automated object detection, identification, and tracking capabilities in a single payload, the GSG 201 reduces a customer’s payload cost, payload weight and need for a complex aircraft. In addition, the GSG 201s fully integrated AI system dramatically increases efficiency and accuracy for customers – ultimately improving mission success”, comments Aliaksei Stratsilatau, Co-Founder and CEO of UAVOS.
True to UAVOS’ product line, the GSG 201 is designed with low weight, superior imaging, and best-in-class geolocation capability. Gimbal features include embedded video processing with electronic stabilization and object tracking, integration with external GPS/INS with real-time target location at multiple ranges across a variety of environments, and day/night operations through visible and thermal cameras.
The GSG 201 contains a primary Full HD, Global Shutter camera with 30x optical zoom lens with optical video stabilization, a 1024×768 uncooled Thermal camera, and Laser rangefinder.
UAVOS’ software offers an advanced multi-object acquisition engine for mission-critical airborne applications at all wavelengths. Combining these modern processing capabilities with high-end raw video at the edge provides a valuable asset to operators, by reducing the clutter of information at the ground station, and enhancing the ability to deliver critical capabilities in communications denied environments.
“This hardware and software upgrade will dramatically enhance the accuracy and efficiency of UAS missions,” said Aliaksei Stratsilatau. “Our advanced software delivers improved geolocation target accuracy, greater capacity to extract valuable insights from video imagery, and allows for data processing to occur onboard UAS. This means operators will receive only important data in a much higher-quality format for assessment.”