ScanEagle Gets Wide-Angle Imagery Capability Normally associated with larger unmanned aircraft, a wide-area motion imagery payload is set to undergo extended sea trials with the Royal Australian Navy on the Insitu ScanEagle long-endurance small UAV. The Kestrel Maritime ViDAR system has been developed by Australian computer-vision software company Sentient and ScanEagle sensor supplier Hood Technology for installation on the Block D version of the UAV now deployed with most ...

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