Airobotics unveils new highly drone-stabilized payload

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During ADS’ 2019 Warrior Expo East, Airobotics unveiled Trion, its highly drone-stabilized payload for inspection and security applications.

The first in-house developed and manufactured sensor for the market by Airobotics, Trion is available both with and independent of the company’s automated UAS hardware and data insights platform.

Described as a “high-definition, Electro-Optical and InfraRed gyro-stabilized” payload, Trion weighs less than 1.2 kilograms and is small in dimension. According to Airobotics, Trion “pushes the limits” on the existing and competing capabilities of today’s stabilized payloads, as it is equipped with a “unique set” of advanced capabilities for object identification, real-time tracking and comprehensive data harvesting.

“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,” says Ran Krauss, CEO and co-founder at Airobotics.

Trion provides day-and-night observation, surveillance, and targeting capabilities at long ranges and in less than ideal conditions. When integrated with Airobotics data insights platform, the payload has additional features such as “tag and tracking” of security incidents, which allows for real-time insights that facilitate informed decision-making.

Airobotics notes that Trion also offers a high-resolution HD day camera with powerful continuous optical zoom and continuous 360-degree panoramic capabilities.

Trion is designed for maximum versatility. It can be seamlessly integrated into Airobotics’ automated drone platform, as well as other UAS, vehicles, platforms and ground applications. This increases flexibility for data collection, detection and analysis to obtain valuable insights.

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