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DSEI 2019: Controp to unveil new STAMP-VMD sensor payload for small unmanned aircraft

11 September 2019

Israel's Controp Precision Technologies is to demonstrate its latest sensor payload offering, which is designed to enable ground units equipped with tactical-level unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to organically fix, track, target, and engage adversaries without depending on additional fixed-wing or larger UAS platforms.

The company's new STAMP-VMD miniaturised persistent surveillance payload is the latest entry in the company's family of electro-optical and infrared capable intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) sensor packages for tactical UAS.

Specifically designed for employment on Class I UAS, the VMD sensor payload is designed to carry out "covert flight" ISR operations between 1,500 and 3,000 ft, company officials said.

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