Before conducting such an action, commanders need responsive intelligence that decisively supports the warfighter involved in remote operations. Here, satellite imagery is very effective, as it helps to better plan the intervention as well as monitor and measure the results.
Immediate Display of Satellite Imagery for Defence Remote Operations
Prior to a military intervention, MOTAC New Generation MObile and TACtical receiving station (based on Eagle Vision 25+ years’ experience) is a game changer for mission preparation, providing tactical intelligence information to decision makers.
Rapid acquisition, processing, analysis and distribution of very high resolution imagery helps assess the situation and evaluate possible options.
Easily transportable by air, MOTAC NG compact station is quickly operational on the field.
Having very recent and precise Intelligence on the situation is key for an efficient targeting and strike, whilst limiting human damages.
Go even further with Pléiades Neo!
Thanks to this state of the art constellation (30 cm resolution with less than 5m native location accuracy), it will be less than 1 hour between request and the availability of the image, reducing delays to get a precise and up to date image (delivered in about 20 minutes after acquisition). This new capability will be implemented in the near future.
- Designed for Tactical Intelligence and cartography
- Compact format and easy to deploy (< 1.5 hours, 2 people)
- Transit cases modular architecture
- Air transportable by a single C-130 or commercial air freight
See Our Products in Action
RECCE Touch Software: Providing Real-Time Results to the Brazilian NavyThe new RECCE Touch software allows the Brazilian Navy to perform real-time on-board object recognition, thanks to a very intuitive interface and a database already containing more than 1,500 objects. This successful first implementation of RECCE Touch paves the way to other applications on-board helicopters, planes, vessels or armoured vehicles in the very near future.
Battle Damage Assessment over Al Shayrat AirbaseBomb Damage Assessment (BDA), also known as Battle Damage Assessment, is the practice of assessing damage inflicted on a target from a stand-off weapon, most typically a bomb or air launched missile. It is part of the larger discipline of combat assessment. Photographic reconnaissance was used extensively in World War II. From the 1970s onwards satellites became available.
HumINT: Break Language BarriersDuring army deployments, it is essential that operators are able to interact with their environment as soon as possible, without language-related challenges causing delays.
Hijacked Oil Tanker found with the Help of PléiadesBy combining the Automatic Identification System (AIS) and the Pléiades satellites, Airbus helped locating the ARIS 13 oil tanker attacked by Somali pirates in only 2 days.
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