Laser designation on a combat-proven,
runway-independent Group 3 tactical UAS
Same superior image quality and stability as the Integrator’s baseline ISR turret, now with a STANAG-compliant laser designator.
A built-in laser spot tracker overlays a reticle on the video stream for intuitive operation.
Adjusts the imager parameter ensuring max. amount of useful data is visualized.
Maximize utilization with the adjustable parameter set, enabling direct control.
Get the full specs and details.
- Mid-wave infrared
- Laser pointer
- Laser designator
- Laser spot tracker
- Co-boresight ground
- EO continuous zoom field of view
1.1 – 31.5 degrees
- MWIR continuous zoom field of view
1.6 – 22 degrees
- Picture-in-picture display option
- Digital video output
- MISB-compliant metadata streams
- STANAG 3733 compliant
- Available to approved customers
The laser designator added to our combat-proven EO and MWIR turret enables Integrator users to shorten the targeting cycle.
Compatible with joint munitions
The STANAG 3733 compliant laser designator provides guidance for compatible munitions delivered by air and surface platforms.
Multi-imager, multi-feed software
View simultaneous imagery streams, and blend frames from EO and IR images in one stream for more intuitive imagery data consumption.
Laser designation with multi-step safety measures provides targeting for enhanced mission capabilities
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