Israel Aircraft Industries to Unveil New "I-SEE" Mini UAV At Two Asian Defense and Aerospace Exhibitions
Feb 2, 2004
"I-View" Tactical UAV Also To Be Exhibited at Both Shows
Israel Aircraft Industries' (IAI) Malat Division will unveil a new mini Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) called "I-SEE" at two Asian defense and aerospace shows that will be held in February.
The "I-SEE" UAV, the latest development of successful UAVs by IAI's Malat Division, will be first shown at the DEFEXPO 2004 exhibition in New Delhi, India (February 4-7) and then also shown at the Asian Aerospace 2004 exhibition in Singapore (February 24-29).
The "I-See" vehicle is an enhanced mini UAV designed for short-range surveillance, reconnaissance and damage assessment roles and is the ideal solution for "over the hill" missions.
"I-SEE" can carry electro optical TV and IR payloads as well as other customer furnished payloads. It has an auto launch system and full data link capabilities.
Max Range 5-10 km
Endurance 45-60 minutes
Altitude 10,000 ft.
Take-off Weight 7.5 kg
Payload Weight 0.800 kg
Wing Span 2.90 m
Overall Length 1.82 m
IAI's Malat Division will also exhibit the "I-View" tactical UAV system at both Asian shows. The "I-View" UAV is a system designed for close-range surveillance, target acquisition and artillery adjustment missions. "I-View" uses an automatic catapult launch and automatic precision parafoil recovery Therefore, "I-View" does not require a runway and is most suitable for front-line battlefield operations.
Max Range 50-80 km
Endurance 4-6 hours
Max Altitude 15,000-20,000 ft
Take-off Weight 125-165 kg
Payload Weight 20-30 kg
Wing Span 5.7 m
Overall Length 4.10 m
IAI's Malat Division is a world leader in developing, manufacturing and integrating UAV systems to meet the operational needs of many varied customers. IAI UAVs are in operation with 24 international military organizations and have accumulated over 170,000 flight hours.
For more information, please contact:
Deputy Corp. Vice President for Communications
Tel: 972 (3) 935-8509
Fax: 972 (3) 935-8512
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