UAVs have already transformed the battlefield, but Wave Relay® Ecosystem UAVs take it a step further. Because all these UAVs are on the Wave Relay® MANET, any warfighter in the network can stream video directly from them – or even fly them.
Join the Wave Relay® Ecosystem and get your products in front of new markets. Deliver seamless integrations, get connected, and collaborate on marketing and sales opportunities. Make the Wave Relay® Ecosystem an extension of your business today.
The BigSky™ is a tether-powered folding-frame quadcopter sUAS that carries multiple payloads up to 8.816s and is perfect for unlimited aerial reconnaissance and communications applications. BigSky is optionally tethered and can be easily converted into a free-flying configuration.
The Integrator™ is a modular, flexible, multi-mission capable solution or both land and maritime operations. Six payload spaces can be customized with cameras, communication capabilities, and other mission-specific technologies to suit operational needs.
ScanEagle delivers persistent imagery on land or at sea and features upgraded avionics, increased payload capability and a new heavy fuel purpose-built propulsion system that dramatically improves reliability and performance.
The ScanEagle3 doubles payload capacity and can carry multiple payloads simultaneously. The aircraft is free of International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) in its baseline configuration, and engineered to deliver superior performance in both commercial and defense operations.
Designed for expeditionary land- and sea-based operations and equipped for simultaneous day-and-night full-motion video, communications relay and intelligence in a single flight, the Aerosonde® SUAS delivers reliable, multi-mission performance that can be acquired as a system or a service. The Aerosonde system offers both fixed-wing and hybrid-quad variants.
The V-BAT series aircraft is a single-engine ducted fan, vertical takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) UAV that can take off and land from a hover, fly 11 hours in horizontal flight, and make mid-flight transitions to “hover & stare” at any time throughout a given mission set.
The Embedded Module is Standard Equipment on many of Raytheon’s Unmanned Systems and sensors. Externally accessible and interchangeable frequency modules provide the user with spectrum flexibility to meet mission requirements.
The Lockheed Martin Procerus Technologies Indago quadrotor unmanned aerial system (UAS) goes beyond an average drone’s capabilities. With its leading endurance and quick deployment ability, Indago gives civilians and warfighters an eye-in-the sky in just minutes. The UAS, along with its payload options and advanced ground control software, helps users to accomplish diverse missions including precision agriculture, firefighting, first response, and mapping, surveying and inspections.
The Indago quadrotor UAS includes a weather-resistant wireless hand controller, which provides an easy-to-use interface for untethered UAV operation. The wireless hand controller can be used for small unmanned aircraft operation, whether fixed wing or VTOL, to provide onboard video recording and high resolution still images. With a runtime of four hours, the lightweight 3.5 lbs. hand controller has an ergonomic design with a large touchscreen.
The mid-size Pegasus II is small enough to be carried and operated by one person, carries a moderate-sized payload, and was developed to address intelligence; surveillance and reconnaissance; and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear. The Pegasus II weighs a total of 15 lbs including the battery, holds 20 minutes of flight time, and has an AI systems capable of autonomous operations in both air and ground modes.
The Pegasus III is designed to carry heavier payloads while still maintaining the combined flying and driving hybrid capability. It can carry over 10 lbs, and house large payloads such as gimbaled payloads which require free range of motion. The Pegasus III weighs 38 lbs including the battery, has 30 min of flight time, supports 10-20 lb payloads, and has an AI system capable of autonomous operations in both air and ground modes.