Skeldar V-200 Maritime
Information is a powerful asset in any mission 30 Март 2015, 13:14
Skeldar, a medium-range UAV system, can hover for hours while providing real-time information to a control station or to remote video terminal.
It is fully autonomous, commanded by high-level-commands such as “Point and Fly” and “Point and Look”, and designed for a range of land, maritime and civil applications.
EASE OF OPERATION
High level of autonomy for air vehicle/payload management and a modern graphical user interface makes SKELDAR easy to operate.
Launch and recovery requires only minimum logistics. High Autonomy during take off, flight and landing necessitates high safety.
DEVELOPMENT AND UPGRADES
Our products undergo continuous development, allowing opportunities to apply for modernisation and upgrades.
When it comes to UAS products, our policy focuses on attaining long-term sustainable development by reducing the environmental impact in the field and increasing the life cycle of our products
The Skeldar system is designed so it can easily be certified for all airspace classifications.
Launch and recovery requires only a minimum of personnel and preparation. Combining a modular design, short turnaround time, built in test functionality and a multiple choice of payloads increases Skeldar’s high availability.
EASY TO OPERATE
Autonomy and precise manoeuvrability during takeoff & landing necessitates high safety. Skeldar can hover in the air for hours, providing real-time information to your control station and remote video terminals.
COST EFFECTIVENESS WITH LOW LIFE CYCLE COSTS
Skeldar is designed with the aim of substantially reducing the logistical footprint. To simplify maintenance operations and reduce costs, for example, the equipment compartments are easily accessible via panels that can be quickly opened and closed.
CUSTOMER DEMONSTRATIONS AND FLIGHT TESTS
A team of Saab support personnel performs customer demonstrations where we show our UAS capabilities. The demonstrations highlight the ease of operation with high-level-commands such as “Point and Fly” and “Point and Look”. Applications such as surveillance, reconnaissance, identification and operational efficiency are demonstrated.