AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018: CONTROP USA to Demonstrate the T-STAMP-XR: a Unique, Compact Payload for Small UAS
Nearly 100 systems have been sold since the T-STAMP-XR was launched in June 2017, thanks to its high level of DRI (Detection, Recognition and Identification) capability and stabilization.
25 April 2018. CONTROP USA Inc - a subsidiary of CONTROP Precision Technologies Ltd. specializing in electro-optics and IR defense and homeland security solutions - is demonstrating its recently-introduced T-STAMP-XR at AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018 in Denver.
Weighing only 3.5kg, the T-STAMP-XR includes a cooled thermal imaging camera with extremely narrow Field-of-View, and outstanding gyro-stabilization, enabling superb day and night surveillance capabilities on small UAS. This newest member of the CONTROP STAMP family also has a high sensitivity HD day camera and an optional laser designator or laser pointer.
"Since launching the T-STAMP-XR at the 2017 Paris Air Show, we have sold almost 100 systems," says Mr. Hagay Azani, CONTROPs VP Marketing and Sales. "It has exceeded all our expectations to become one of our most popular UAS payloads, and we expect many more orders in the coming months."
The T-STAMP-XRs built-in INS on the Line-of-Sight provides precise and accurate target coordinates, geolocation, hold-to-coordinate and point-to-coordinate capabilities. Additional features include onboard automatic video tracker, image enhancement, local automatic gain control (AGC), picture-in-picture (PIP), digital video output, and optional H.264 video output. The T-STAMP-XR enables tactical interoperability with other platforms in the theatre, and has low lifecycle costs, due to a unique and high endurance cooled TI detector.
"An ultra-small low SWaP payload, the T-STAMP-XR can provide the optical performance of much larger payloads, significantly saving operational resources," continues Azani. "It also has the highest level of stabilization, thanks to its three-gimbal configuration, making the use of Laser Designation a feasible option."
STAMP is a family of gyro-stabilized miniature payloads, especially designed for day and night tactical over-the-hill reconnaissance missions on small aerial platforms. Lightweight yet ruggedized, STAMPs provide precise geolocation and can withstand high-shock landings. With low power consumption, they are made up of only one LRU and provide the most cost-effective solution of their type for small manned and unmanned systems.
About CONTROP USA Inc.
CONTROP USA Inc. is an independent, wholly owned subsidiary of CONTROP Precision Technologies Ltd. CONTROP USA specializes in the development, production, and integration of electro-optical and precision motion control systems for surveillance, defense, and homeland security. CONTROP USAs main product lines include: high performance stabilized observation payloads used for day/night surveillance onboard UAS, small UAS and aerostats/balloons, helicopters, light aircraft (A/C), maritime patrol boats and ground vehicles; automatic intruder detection systems for coastal and border surveillance, port/harbor security, the security of sensitive sites and ground troops security; thermal imaging cameras with high performance continuous zoom lens and state-of-the-art image enhancement features.
Headquartered in outside of Washington DC, CONTROP USA is currently leading two prime contracts providing UAS Payloads and Terrestrial Systems supporting multiple DOD, DHS, and SOF tactical units of action, through program offices including Combatting Terrorism Technical Support Office (Tactical Operations Support), Naval Air Program Management Activity (PMA) 263, and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS-CBP). CONTROP USA provides ongoing field support as required for fielded payloads and programs for local and state agencies, as well as the FAA. The former US Special Operations (Army Special Forces and NSW) and SECRET-cleared personnel provide program management, integration, and ongoing field service for all customers.
For more information on CONTROP USA Inc., please visit the company's website: www.contropusa.com