Airobotics Develops Drone-Stabilized Trion Payload


Airobotics has unveiled a new drone-stabilized payload designed for inspection and security applications.

Called Trion, the payload marks Airobotics’ first sensor developed and manufactured in-house. It is available with or without Airobotics’ automated drone hardware and data insights platform.

Weighing less than 1.2 kg, the Trion is a high-definition, electro-optical and infrared gyro-stabilized payload. It carries a set of capabilities for object identification, real-time tracking and comprehensive data harvesting, says Airobotics.

The product was unveiled today at ADS’ 2019 Warrior Expo East in Virginia Beach, Va. ADS is an operational equipment and logistics provider serving U.S. military, federal agencies, international and coalition partners, and defense industry partners.

“At ADS, we actively seek out innovative, quality and cost-effective solutions for our customers,” says Ryan Angold, ADS’ vice president of markets. “Additionally, we believe that our partnership with Airobotics will greatly enhance the customer experience and provide a market-leading solution for critical security and inspection applications.”

“We look forward to having ADS as a strategic partner and are confident in the results we can achieve,” adds Ran Krauss, CEO and co-founder of Airobotics. “We are pleased to offer Airobotics’ powerful and highly stabilized Trion payload to the broader market that will grant professionals with the ability to capture more accurate data for fast decision-making in the most demanding circumstances.”

The Trion payload provides day-and-night observation, surveillance and targeting capabilities at long ranges and in adverse conditions, the company says. Additionally, Trion offers a high-resolution HD day camera with continuous optical zoom and 360-degree panoramic capabilities.

Trion can be integrated into Airobotics’ automated drone platform or other unmanned aircraft, vehicles, platforms and ground applications.

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