With the C3P flight planning software the user can create flight plans consisting of arbitrary waypoints or automatically create areas of arbitrary shapes or linear shapes like roads, power-lines, rivers, etc.
The software used for control, mission planning and GNNS processing (ppX) is C3P (Command, Control, Communications and Planning). The C3P is a software package developed in-house at C-ASTRAL and we keep improving it with the feedback of our users and testers.
The cruise speed of the UAV is 16m/s or 58 km/h.
Standard demonstrated flight time at cruise speed for Bramor ppX is up to 3,5hours and 3 h for Bramor C4EYE. Endurance depends on the wind conditions, flight altitude and mission profile, battery condition (age), MTOW, etc. Optimal flight time was measured at ICAO standard atmosphere conditions (15 °C / 1013,25 hPa / winds calm), depends on UAS configuration/system weight.
The strongest wind it can fly can reach up to 12 m/s.
Usually you would need to replace the system's propeller blades. During its lifetime the fuselage or wings might also need repair or replacement if they are used in a harsh environment.
Yes, the C4EYE systems can be completely integrated into a BMS. Currently, integration has happened with www.milsistemika.com systems and QinetiQ.
Contact C-ASTRAL for specific integration needs.
Users usually land inside a radius of 30 m from the desired landing position. With more experience, operators can land more accurately.
Flights can be executed up to 5000 m above sea level.
The Bramor ppX & C4EYE version are designed to have maximum weight up to 4,8 kg. Weight depends on the UAV configuration.
The video link has a range of up to 40 km LOS with the tracking antenna.
During the flight a FOV footprint of images for a chosen sensor is generated showing the operator the coverage and its estimated quality in real time.
Custom sensor integration is possible on our systems with certain weight and size limitations. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. bb
You can swap between RGB, multispectral and the thermal sensor.