DESCRIPTION: ISRAEL AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES – BIRD-EYE 650D

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The BirdEye 650D is an advanced, affordable, long endurance mini UAS. An enhanced version of the BirdEye 650, the BirdEye 650D provides real time stabilized day/night imagery data for urban operation and over-the-hill intelligence. The BirdEye 650D UAS comprises 3 aircraft in a system, installed on one ground vehicle. It can be operated by a team of 3 persons in permanent or portable terminals.

The BirdEye 650D’s features include:

  • Fully automated with autonomous flight capability.
  • Very low visual and noise signature.
  • A unique fail-safe recovery concept for keeping the payload (flip-over with airbag and parachute).
  • Multiple payload capabilities

The BirdEye 650D UAS is used for the following missions:

  • Reconnaissance (ISTAR)
  • Urban operation
  • Counter-terrorism
  • Patrol and convoy escort
  • Radio relay
  • Law enforcement

PDF Data Sheet

Payloads

  • Stabilized day/night electro-optical payloads:
    • TAMAM: Minipop
    • TAMAM: Micropop
    • Controp: T-Stamp
  • Undisclosed Electronic payloads

Launch & Recovery

  • Automatic Takeoff and Landing (ATOL)
  • Launcher for take-off and flip-over with airbag and parachute for landing

Data Link

  • Direct Line-of-Sight (LOS) data link

Performance

  • Endurance: > 15 hrs
  • Range: > 150 km
  • Ceiling: 15,000 ft
  • Loiter Speed: 40 ktas
  • Max. Speed: 80 ktas

Bird-Eye 650D

Technical Data

Weights

  • Max Take-off weight: 30 kg
  • Max Payload weight for full endurance: 5.5 kg

Dimensions

  • Wingspan: 4 m

Powerplant: Gasoline fuel engine

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