TARSIS 75, Remotely Piloted Aerial System

RPAS 
Remotely piloted aerial system >> Solutions for observation, surveillance and emergency

Date: 2015 – today

Solutions for observation, surveillance and emergency

TARSIS 75 is a high end class I small RPAS in the 75 kg category. It has been specifically designed and engineered for two very important variables:

  • A large payload integration capacity (< 12 kg)
  • A very long endurance (< 12 hours)

Both capabilities provide a large variety of operational configurations which allow for a very high adaptation to very demanding operational environments.

TARSIS solutions are ATOL (Autonomous Take-Off and Landing) which include an automated control system for all flight phases (take-off, flight and landing). They can integrate many different options like satellite backup link, emergency parachute recovery, alternative spectral sensors, etc.

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Characteristics

  • MTOW 75 kg
  • Maximum payload 12 kg
  • Maximum endurance 12 h
  • Maximum flight altitude 5 000 MASL
  • Operational video range 70 / 150 km
  • Wingspan 5.2 m
  • Length 3.8 m
  • Height 0.96 m
  • Cruise speed 100 km/h

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Guidance/Control systems 

  • Waypoint flexible configuration
  • Holding flight modes: altitude/bearing/ speed
  • Return to base mode
  • Linear/helical ascending/descending
  • Planned and/or commanded Loiter
  • Contingency/emergency implementation

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Take off / Landing

  • ATOL (Automatic Take Off and Landing)
  • Operation from non-prepared landing strips
  • Parachute emergency recovery (optional)

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Communication systems

Primary real-time video/data link:

  • Type of antenna: Directional antenna / Optional autotracking capabilities
  • Operational video range: 70 / 150 km

Secondary data link (optional):

  • Security optional system: Satellite link
  • Operational range: Unlimited

 

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