ScanEagle

USA Insitu UAV
Region:  USA and Canada    Country:  USA    Category:  UAV    Company:  Insitu   
ScanEagle
Use(s): land- or sea-based long-endurance ISR Manufacturer: Insitu Inc Powerplant: 1,4kW (1.9hp) two-stroke engine - 100 octane unleaded non-oxygenated gasoline or carburetted heavy fuel (JP-5, JP-8, Jet-A) Dimensions: length: 1.37m, wingspan: 3.11m Weight: empty: 13.1kg, MTOW: 20kg Performance: speed: 148km/h, endurance: 24+hr, ceiling: 5,944m, endurance speed: 89km/h, mission radius: 100km LoS Payload: EO camera or IR imager in inertially stabilised, full pan and tilt turret Data Link: digital uplink/downlink Guidance/Tracking: fully autonomous DGPS navigation from launch to retrieval Launch: autonomous launch via pneumatic catapult Recovery: autonomous recovery via patented SkyHook wingtip rope-snag Structure Material: composite Electrical Power: 60W available for additional payloads GCS: laptop-based ground control system Status: in production



Tunisia to Receive Further ScanEagles

2016-07-21
Tunisia to Receive Further ScanEagles
Tunisia is set to receive additional Insitu ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) under a Foreign Military Sales (FMS) deal revealed by the US government on 18 July.

UAV successfully sees and avoids another aircraft while in flight

2014-02-11
UAV successfully sees and avoids another aircraft while in flight

In a recent flight test in Australia, a Scan Eagle UAV succeeded in visually identifying an approaching Cessna aircraft, and letting its own ground-based operators know that evasive action was required.

 sUAS News has 1667 followers on Twitter Insitu Pacific delivers ScanEagle UAS

2013-05-15
sUAS News has 1667 followers on Twitter Insitu Pacific delivers ScanEagle UAS
BRISBANE, Australia, A ScanEagle unmanned aircraft system has been delivered to Japan by Australia’s Insitu Pacific for use by the country’s land self-defense force.


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