Air-launched Effects

Air-launched effects, the next progression of UAS use, have become prominent in today's military applications. Designed to hover over a target area until it is identified, these unmanned aerial systems (UAS) can then be directed to attack the target. The use of a Trillium gimbal imaging system is important to these types of systems because they require a high degree of precision in target identification and tracking.

The use of a Trillium gimbal imaging system is integral in the success of air-launched effects, as it enables precise target identification, tracking, and guidance.


Superior Target Tracking

Mounted on a stabilized platform, the Trillium imaging gimbal system moves in multiple axes to maintain a steady view of the target. This allows the operator to see the target clearly and track its movements in real time. The gimbal system is also important for guiding the munition to its target. Through Trillium's superior tracking, the operator can guide the munition by pointing the camera at the target and sending the appropriate commands to the munition's guidance system.


The HD25

Trillium's micro system, the HD25, is an ideal fit for air-launched effect applications. Its light-weight, low-power consumption, yet robust capabilities, provide actionable information necessary to accomplish mission goals.

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Raytheon Coyote Block3 w Trillium Onboard

Raytheon's Coyote with HD25 Onboard

Raytheon's Coyote® is an unmanned aircraft system that is small, expendable and tube-launched. It can be deployed from the ground, air or a ship and carries a Trillium HD25 gimbal camera system onboard. Flown individually or netted together in swarms, the Coyote is adaptable for a variety of mission including surveillance, electronic warfare and strike.

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