Aeronautics to Introduce Orbiter 4 in Singapore Airshow
The Israeli defence manufacturer Aeronautics group has announced that it would introduce its Orbiter 4 in the "Singapore Air Show" exhibition on February 6th. Aeronautics group develops unmanned solutions for military and civilian markets and will present its newest VTOL's and UAS's at the event in Singapore.
Amos Matan, CEO of Aeronautics Group, said: “We provide a comprehensive set of advanced and complete solutions for various defence missions. Our products are operated by more than 50 military and security forces worldwide, and have already completed hundreds of thousands of operational-flight hours. We are pleased to participate this year in the Singapore Air Show and to strengthen our relationship with customers in Asia”.
The highlight of the exhibition will be the Orbiter 4 that has high transportability, without the need for a landing strip. The most advanced UAS Orbiter 4 has advanced technological capabilities including ability to carry and operate 2 payloads simultaneously, endurance of 24 hours, use of satellite communication, cellular interception sensor that is fully operational from take-off throughout the mission until landing under GPS denied conditions, Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), and Controp's advanced XR electro-optic payload.
With an open architecture, the Orbiter 4 can be adjusted to the needs of each client or mission. The Cellular interception sensor – which allows Orbiter 4 to conduct ISR missions over different theatres exploiting various communication technologies in-use by targets. The sensor overcomes ground intelligence collection constraints in inaccessible areas and LOS limitations, while expanding coverage and ensuring covert operation.