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BAAM Tech Inspire 2 multi-frequency PPK $2500

By admin In UAV News

25

Oct
2018

BAAM Tech Inspire 2 multi-frequency PPK $2500

After a very successful release of the BAAM Tech Phantom 4 PPK system, BAAM Tech has release a PPK system for the Inspire 2 with X4S gimbal.

The BAAM Tech PPK system is the lowest cost multi-frequency GPS at $2500. The system uses GPS L1/L2 and GLONASS G1/G2, BeiDou B1/B2, Galileo E1/E5b and SBAS constellations which allows for extremely fast acquisition times, and very reliable data. Were many other systems loose fixes mid-flight, it is very rare for the BAAM Tech system to lose a fix.

The system unique in that it is interchangeable between other aircraft, and our terrestrial based rover. This allows customers to use the plug and play GPS module in the rover to collect check shots, or ground control points, then plug it into the aircraft and go fly. It streamlines the process and greatly reduces the equipment cost. The ground-based rover is only $750 in addition to the price.

The system is getting its geolocation directly from the shutter of the camera, which provides the most accurate data available. The X4S is modified in house. We offer packages with a new X4S, or if the X4S can be sent to us. The mount to the Inspire only require 4 screws, so the customer can install the system to the Inspire and does not need to send us the Inspire.

The mounts clip on and off the aircraft allowing it to fit in the original DJI box without modifications.

https://baam.tech/ppk-systems/inspire-2-ppk-gps

Published at Thu, 25 Oct 2018 08:59:54 +0000

{articles|100|campaign}Leonardo completes Falco Evo flight with new engine and Sat comms

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Leonardo has completed series of successful test flights of its Falco EVO Remotely-Piloted Air System (RPAS) in Bulgaria. The flight campaign was to validate a package of upgrades that extends the endurance and operational range of the platform for overland and maritime missions. This includes a Beyond-Line-Of-Sight (BLOS) satellite data-link system and a new propulsion system based on a heavy-fuel engine. As well as extending the flight envelope of the Falco EVO, the new engine was also proven to generate more electricity on-board the platform, granting access to more power-intensive ISR sensors required for complex missions.

Further trials are now planned that will see the Falco EVO flying equipped with Leonardo’s new Gabbiano TS Ultra-Light (UL) surveillance radar (launched at the Paris Air Show in 2017) combined with a high-definition InfraRed (IR) electro-optical system, Automatic Identification System, and a comms relay suite.

The Falco EVO, the longest-endurance model from Leonardo’s Falco RPAS family, is a surveillance and intelligence-gathering platform suited to overland and maritime missions. It can fly for more than 20 hours while carrying a payload of up to 100 kg. The Falco EVO has already been delivered to its launch customer in the Middle East region, while the original Falco RPAS has been chosen by five customers. The Falco EVO is currently engaged in a selection process for a prestigious international client and will shortly be deployed in the Mediterranean for a European surveillance programme.

More than 50 Falco family RPAS are currently engaged on operations around the world. Some customers choose to own and operate Falco family platforms while others, such as the United Nations for its humanitarian MONUSCO mission, have selected Leonardo to deliver a managed service package. Under this kind of arrangement, Leonardo owns and operates the Falco and provides surveillance information directly to the customer. This ‘managed service’ model is expected to be a growth area for Leonardo which is expanding its ‘drones as a service’ offering, including to civilian customers such as police and emergency responders.

Published at Thu, 25 Oct 2018 07:09:03 +0000

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