Tactical UAS

Tactical UAS are key to mission success, and we understand the diverse set of specifications that come with each military application. Trillium is the only gimbal provider to deliver imaging possibilities that meet the Group 1, 2, and 3 UAS requirements. From the signature HD25, ideal for the micro UAS, to the new HD95 that accommodates the medium-altitude-long-endurance (MALE) UAS, Trillium’s diverse product lineup continues to set the standard among platforms small and large. 

Trillium's imaging systems produce powerful Detection, Recognition, Identification (DRI) for each UAS group. Knowing that each UAS Group requires a different set of features, Trillium has designed each unit to deliver the best DRI capability possible, based upon size and range.

Koios in Flight


The US Navy selected a modified version of the Martin UAV's V-BAT 128 as a next-generation VTOL expeditionary platform. Onboard is Trillium's HD80 gimbaled camera system that is competitively priced, 8-inches in diameter, and provides the highest resolution for its size—making it the perfect fit for a tactical, Group 3 UAS.

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Textron Systems FTUAS 80 Vv 510 in Flight


U.S., U.K., and Australian service members, researchers, and industry partners have been experimenting with and assessing new technologies at U.S. military installations across the Western U.S. This is part of the U.S. Army’s Project Convergence 2022 (PC22), a campaign used to experiment with speed, range, and decision dominance. Textron Systems successfully supported this project with two Aerosonde® Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) carrying Trillium’s HD80-MV-600 and HD80-VV-510. 

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Having a diverse product line allows us to deliver imaging capabilities ideal for a wide variety of UAS programs.

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Anduril ghost

U.S. DoD, U.S. DoHS, and The United Kingdom Ministry of Defence

Anduril, a defense product company that builds technology for military agencies and border surveillance, used the Trillium HD45 on its Ghost, an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) built and designed for military use. The combination of the HD45 and Ghost is currently used by service men and women to make informed decisions in the field.

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The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine ordered a group of Quantum-Systems' Vectors, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) equipped with configurations of Trillium's HD40 gimbal onboard. The Ministry of Defense was looking for an electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) reconnaissance UAV, suitable for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) operations.

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