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Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System:

Integrated Dynamics is a well-reputed and credible Company of PAKISTAN engaged in the designing and manufacturing of state of the art Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems (UAVS) to cater the requirements and demands of both Military and Civilian purposes. The name of the new product offered by the company named is Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS).

The Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System, as the name clearly suggests, is a top quality Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) is basically a multi-mission UAVS designed for Patrol, Research and Payload Test Platform.

The Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) is designed to conduct advanced, high-tech and sophisticated Scientific research programs that require battle and field proven platform to test an equipment or sensors.

The Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) is powered by the revolutionary and noiseless Integrated Circuit (IC) Engine Power Plant and it is capable to operate at an altitude of over 3000 meters in total. The Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) features a total speed range from 30 kmph – 160 kmph.

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The Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) has a total covering range up to 120 Kilometers and it can stay in the air continuously for up to 4-6 hours at one time by consuming only 5-8 liters of fuel. However, the maximum fuel capacity of Explorer UAVS is 10 liters in total.

The Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) is a robust Advanced Scientific Research UAVS and it can challenge its competitors with advanced flight control system, Refined Aerodynamics and highly developed data links. Furthermore, the airframes of the Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) can also be integrated with the Vehicle rooftop launches with little modifications by using a Kevlar-reinforce fuselage belly pan.

As far as the launch and the recovery of the Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) is concerned; the Explorer UAVS can easily take-off from bumpy terrains as unprepared dirt strips or grass and it can also be recovered by using the conventional parachute or wheels landing.

The Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) features the maximum dry weight up to 9 Kilograms and it has a maximum take-off weight up to 20 Kilograms in total. The Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) is designed to carry different combinations of payloads at one time, including the Digital Still Camera Module, Research Payloads, GSP-100 Daylight TV Camera, Infrared Module and so on.

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A complete system of Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) consists of 2 Explorer UAVs, a real-time programming and mission map display software, GCS-1200 Ground Control Station, Digital Spread Spectrum, Telecommand Link, Cables, Antennas and Operational Spares.

Additional Specifications of Integrated Dynamics Explorer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS):

  1. Role: Advanced Scientific Research, Patrol and Payload Test Platform
  2. Total Area of Wings: 1.94 Sq. m (18.6 Sq. ft)
  3. Total Length of Explorer UAVS: 2.75 meters (8 ft. 6 inches)
  4. Total Height of Explorer UAVS: 0.8 meters (2 ft. 6 inches)
  5. Wingspan: 4.51 meters (14 ft. 6 Inches)
  6. Dry Weight: 1.94 Sq. m (18.8 sq. ft)
  7. Take-Off Weight: 9 Kilograms
  8. Power Plant: 6 BHP Single or Twin Cylinder Piston Engine
  9. Speed Range: 30 – 160 kmph (20 – 100 mph)
  10. Maximum Range (Autonomous/GPS): 120 Kilometers (75 Miles)
  11. Total Endurance of Explorer UAVS: 4-6 Hours (Enhanceable)
  12. Total Fuel Capacity: 10 Liters
  13. Recovery Method: Wheels or Parachute
  14. Stabilization: ID-AP5000 Digital Autopilot with Navigation and Stability Modules
  15. Tracking & Telemetry: ATPS-1200 Antenna Tracking System, ID-TM6 GPS and Data Telemetry Module, GCS-1200 Ground Control Station
  16. Total Payload Capacity: 6 Kilograms (13 lbs)
  17. Typical Payloads: Advanced Research Payloads, GSP-100 Daylight TV Camera, Digital Still Camera Module, IR Option (Different Combinations of Payloads may be used as required)

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