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ScanEagle Imagers

Turret options

In the baseline configuration ScanEagle’s nose bay houses the Alticam Vision™ imaging system, a stabilized turret that eliminates in-flight vibrations and automatically tracks targets of interest. The turret incorporates the aircraft’s sensor package, which can be customized to include:

Electro-optic imager: For high-resolution daytime imagery.

›1.1°–25° field of view
›36x continuous zoom

EO900 turret: Picture-in-picture daytime imagery from two imagers, allowing operators to focus on and maintain positive identity for objects of interest.

›.3°–48.7° field of view
›170x continuous zoom from one high-resolution imager

MWIR camera: Quality thermal imaging for nighttime and low-visibility operations.

›2°–25° field of view
›12.5x continuous zoom

Dual Imager turret: Includes an EO and MWIR camera and laser pointer for easy transition from daytime to nighttime missions.
MWIR

›2°–25° field of view
›12.5x continuous zoom     

EO

›1.1°–25° field of view
›36x continuous zoom

Featured turrets: 

Dual Imager

The Dual Imager puts ScanEagle's two most popular imagers on a single turret - the EO camera and the MWIR. Currently in limited field evaluations.

Features:
  • Electro-optical and MWIR imaging
  • Picture in picture display
  • EO/MWIR overlay for improved image interpretation
  • Laser pointer (optional)
  • Gyro-stabilized with coordinate hold mode
  • Built-in vision system handles video processing
  • Articulated nose enclosure        
Benefits:
  • Fly both EO and MWIR imagers at the same time on ScanEagle
  • Day and night missions in a single ScanEagle sortie
     

EO900

EO900 combines the precision of an EO imager with the power of a high-definition telescope to deliver simultaneous views of a surveillance area. Each imager is independently controlled, allowing operators to zoom in on a target of interest such as a radio or weapon, while viewing the broader situation, such as a house, stretch of land, or large maritime vessel. The result is better situational awareness, better ISR and better mission outcomes.

Key features:

› High-zoom electro-optic (EO) daytime imaging
› Picture-in-picture view that delivers simultaneous views of an object of interest and the
  broader situation for superior situational awareness
› Independent object tracking in both views
› Embedded Alticam Vision™ imaging system that eliminates in-flight vibrations
› Backed by combat-proven ScanEagle, a platform with more than 700,000 operational hours

Specifications:
Gimbal

› Tilt: 80° forward; 45° back
› Roll: Endless 360°
› Slew rate: 45°/sec

Imagers

› Wavelength: 400–900 nm
› Pixels: 640 x 480

EO Camera

› 36 x continuous zoom
› 1.1°-25° horizontal field of view      

Telescope

› 170x continuous zoom
› 0.3°-48.7° horizontal field of view










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