Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Ultimate Aviation Group unveils Viper 1000c Unmanned Aerial System at AAD 2016 expo

Ultimate Aviation Group  unveiled a new Viper 1000c Unmanned Aerial System at AAD 2016 Africa Aerospace and Defense airshow in South Africa.

The VIPER 1000C is a purpose-built UAS that has been created to provide a vast array of customers with real-time day/night high definition (HD) imagery and infrared capabilities over vast operational areas.

Secure imagery can be broadcast in real-time to multiple ground stations as well as to remote ground response teams with handheld remote viewing terminals.

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VIPER 1000C is designed to perform intelligence and surveillance missions with the following criteria:

  • Real-time theatre intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance
  • Coastal, off-shore surveillance; naval and law enforcement applications
  • Anti-terrorism, border surveillance, anti-smuggling and anti-piracy
  • Pollution, forest-fire detection and surveillance
  • Civil and government security, oil and gas pipeline monitoring, natural disasters and environmental protection
  • Mapping, urban planning and topographical quantification determination for mining sector

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