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Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System:

The Integrated Dynamics is a top-notch and well-reputed company based in PAKISTAN. The company is known to design, develop and manufacture state of the art, revolutionary and cutting-edge Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) to cater the requirements of both Civilian and Military Purposes. The name of the new product offered by the company is Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System.

The Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System, as the name clearly suggests, is basically the extended range payload testing version of its younger brother Rover MK-I UAVS. The Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) is basically designed for ENG, Aerial Photography and Experimental payload testing services.

 

Integrated Dynamics Rover XS Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System

The Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System is powered by the noiseless BLDC electric motor and the Rover-XS Tactical UAVS can flight at an altitude up to 3000 feet and it can stay in the air up to one hour continuously.

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The Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System has a total range up to 15 Kilometers and the Rover-XS Tactical UAVS is designed for Tactical monitoring, Surveillance and payload testing.

The Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System comes with the compact auto-piloting system that eases up the process of calibration, programming and handling the Rover-XS Tactical UAVS.

One of the distinctive features of the Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) is that it has a total weight just over to 5 Kilograms in total and it can easily be launched with the hand-launched. As far as the recovery of the Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System is concerned; the Rover-XS Tactical UAVS can easily be recovered with the help of Deep Stall and Belly Landing.

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Integrated Dynamics Rover XS Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System in Pakistan

The Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System  (UAVS) can carry up to 1 Kilograms of different combination of payload as per the mission requirement.

The complete system of Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System (UAVS) consists of 4 numbers of Rover-XS Tactical UAVS, a Digital Spread Spectrum Telecommand Link, a Laptop PC Ground Control Station, cables, antennas and operation spares.

Additional Specifications of the Integrated Dynamics Rover-XS Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System:

  1. Role: Tactical Surveillance, Experimental Payload Testing, ENG and Aerial Photography
  2. Total Wing Area: 1.03 Sq. m (9.3 sq. ft)
  3. Total Wingspan: 3.0 m (9.3 ft)
  4. Total Height of Rover-XS Tactical UAVS: 0.3 m (1 ft)
  5. Total Length of Rover-XS Tactical UAVS: 0.16 m (4.5 ft)
  6. Dry Weight of Rover-XS Tactical UAVS: <3.5 Kilograms (7.7 lbs)
  7. Maximum Take-off Weight: 6.5 Kilograms (14.3 lbs)
  8. Propulsion: BLDC Electric Module + Gearbox
  9. Maximum Speed: 30-100 kmph (20 – 60 mph)
  10. Launch System: Catapult Launcher, Bungee, Vehicle or Wheeled Dollies
  11. Recovery: Belly Landing/Deep Stall
  12. Total Endurance: 45-60 Minutes (Depending on Battery capacity and throttle management system)
  13. Range (Autonomous/GPS): 10-15 Kilometers (6-10 Miles)
  14. Stabilization: ID-AP 5000 C Digital Autopilot
  15. Payload Capacity: 1 KG (2.2 lbs)
  16. Typical Payloads: Digital Still Cameras, Daylight/IR Camera module with Laptop PC Ground Control Station
  17. Tracking & Telemetry: Video, GPS and data telemetry modules

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