Noctis IR Sensor to Indago 3

Noctis IR Sensor to Indago 3 4 May, 2018

Lockheed Martin equipped its Indago 3 quadrotor UAV with high-resolution infrared sensors capable of day or night operations. 

Indago’s infrared system, called Noctis, consists of dual FLIR infrared cameras that provide real-time streaming video and still imagery. Noctis is offered in two variants, laser-equipped, or non-laser equipped. Depending on payloads, Indago 3 can fly up to 50 minutes at a cruise speed of 25 mph and can operate at temperatures between 30-degrees below zero and 120 degrees. The UAS can be used for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), search and rescue (SAR), inspection, disaster relief, firefighting, and first response missions in severe environments and all weather conditions.

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