Orlan-10 is a medium-range, multi-purpose unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) developed by Russian firm Special Technology Center LLC (ООО Специальный Технологический Центр) in St Petersburg. The UAV is in service with the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation.
MKU is one of the largest manufacturer and supplier of armored solutions for the defense sector, globally. It specializes in providing customized solutions in anti-ballistic solutions to its customers spread across more than 60 countries.
TERP-2: your eye in the sky
The TERP2 is a quick deployment & easy to operate micro UAV system built for real time surveillance & reconnaissance roles. The electrically powered TERP2, is the commander’s choice in covert & tactical operations. It scans the ground from the sky silently, simultaneously relaying back information to base with full security.
TERP2 operates autonomously from launch through recovery. Its hand launch and belly landing ability need minimal ground area. Multiple navigation modes (waypoint, loiter, camera centric, manual) and a tightly integrated video control with flight control user interface, allow operator to navigate the TERP2 effortlessly over area/object/person of interest. The vision based targeting and tracking system, enables the user to lock on stationary or mobile targets with a simple click.
Equipped with rear look sensor capability, the TERP2 can track objects on ground which trail behind the flight, with less effort. The composite structure is designed to protect its components and survive hard landings. The retractable gimbal system with beetle wing doors has been incorporated to shield the video sensor while landing.
TERP2 is an indigenously designed and engineered UAV by team of aeronautical and electronics engineers for optimal endurance, velocity and payload capacity not forgetting aerodynamic stability critical for the sensors.
Typical applications for TERP-2 are:
- ISR (intelligence, surveillance, and RQ)
- PSDA (post strike damage assessment)
- Border / perimeter monitoring
- Monitoring in built-up areas
- Convoy monitoring
- Disaster management
- Civil defence
- Disaster management
- Search and rescue
- Civil defence
Key features include:
- Hand launch
- Back packable
- Retractable gimbal camera
- Vision-based target tracking
- Rear look capability
A comprehensive Training program has been designed by our experienced pilots to simulate real time conditions for all level of users. Our training methods ensure that all UAV users receives adequate training in GCS and Flight operations to ensure that the operators have a well defined understanding of the system as a whole before real time operations.
Our After Sales Support program offered by trained maintenance staff, ensures minimum downtime where the operator has option for onsite or remote service support.
- Wingspan: 2.3m
- Max speed: 25 m/s
- Cruise speed: 14 m/s
- Stall speed: 9 m/s
- Endurance: 90 minutes
- Operational altitude HAL: 1,000m
- Max take off weight: 5kgs
- Full system weight (UAV and GCS): less than 20kg
- Payload day: 10X optical zoom camera
- Night: uncooled microbolometer IR camera
- GCS: portable ruggedized touchscreen PC
- Transport: backpack single man portable
- Navigation modes: waypoint, loitre, camera centric, manual
- Failsafes: low battery, loss of comm, loss of GPS with audio-visual warnings
- Home return capability
- Communication: jam resistant FHSS command control link
- Data and video range: 10km
- Take off and landing: autonomous
- Target information: lat long co-ordinates
Cardinal II is a small unmanned aircraft system (UAS) designed to provide combat troops and police forces with intelligence gathering, surveillance, tactical reconnaissance and target acquisition capabilities.
At the DSEi exhibition - which will be held between 8-11 September 2009 - MKU will be displaying a range of its lightweight armour solutions, many already in service, and briefing original equipment manufacturers, upgrade project managers and end users on its capabilities at its stand (1924). L
Lightweight armour manufacturers and suppliers like MKU are able to offer personal protection solutions in large numbers and at short notice. At the DSEi exhibition (stand 1924), MKU will be displaying a range of its lightweight personal armour solutions, many already in service, including its in
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