Company Controp Precision Technologies introduced a multi-touch gyrostabilized payload M-STAMP to equip small unmanned aircraft and small aircraft. M-STAMP day camera has a device (CCD) with zoom and uncooled thermal imager with dual field of view optics. In addition, the required load contains a laser designator. In addition, the company plans to offer Controp uncooled thermal imager with continuous zoom. Bimbo necessary load has already been delivered to customers in Europe and the U.S.. One of its uses is unmanned Helicopter HoverEye EX, developed by Bertin. The U.S. Air Force is evaluating the latest payload UAV Skylark LE Elbit Systems.
Controp also introduced HD-STAMP — gyrostabilized first camera with the highest resolution created for small unmanned aerial vehicles. Bimbo STAMP HD offers new capabilities for small UAVs, including the monitoring of power lines and other applications that require high-definition image.
In addition, the exhibition Eurosatory-2012 the company Controp for the first time introduced the latest SPEED-V. SPEED-V is a lightweight (24 kg), optoelectronic / infrared (EO / IR) gyrostabilized system specifically designed for mobile surveillance ton (Mobile Surveillance Vehicle, MSV), the highest mount on a mast or directly on the ground mc. SPEED-V enables remote monitoring to gather intelligence disk imaging, and panoramic scan to automatically detect intrusion in areas with very huge perimeter.
For manned and unmanned ground platforms Controp presented a stable rigid payload VIEW. The family VIEW contains L-VIEW with one sensor and T-VIEW, equipped with dual sensor EO / IR for gyro-stabilized mount for day and night surveillance on board the different land-ts, including armored vehicles. T-View system contains two cameras, uncooled thermal imaging camera with continuous zoom lens and a CCD day camera, L-VIEW includes one non-cooled infrared camera with continuous zoom lens. L-VIEW successfully graduated from a series of evaluations and field trials for foreign clients, being mounted on armored vehicles. These systems have been developed to serve as a battlefield commander and crew of light armored vehicles. Gyro system allows VIEW observation when driving through the thick dust on the roads impassable, while providing all of this command full control over the means of a panoramic view of the counties, so makarom increasing the safety of mobile troops. In addition, L-VIEW and T-View provides observation, navigation, driving, situational awareness and force protection, providing with all this in real-time video information, different ground tf.