Aeronautics presents multi cross-action intelligence gathering capability
Geopolitics|August 2021
Aeronautics Group presented its multi cross-action operation intelligence gathering solutions, including the Orbiter 3 STUAS, Orbiter 4 STUAS, and Orbiter 1K Loitering Munition UAS, at DEFEA-2021.

Following the recent acquisition of Magal Security Systems, Aeronautics has become a one-stop-shop for HLS, offering the comprehensive capabilities required for border protection, intelligence gathering, and port protection against different tactical levels of drones. As well as producing a unified image, through integration between the systems, the company also enables customers to reduce training and maintenance costs.

Orbiter-3 STUAS: The Orbiter-3 provides extended operational coverage and a radically reduced logistical footprint. Designed to operate with, and support, the tactical echelon, it provides intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR) missions with long endurance.

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