New Gimbals from UAV Factory

Epsilon 135UAV Factory has announced the release of its first Gimbals, the Epsilon 135 Day and the Epsilon 135 Night.

The design and development of the Epsilon 135 is in direct release with the Penguin C, making it a truly state of the art full turnkey solution. “We designed an affordable payload with the performance and features that match considerably more expensive units” says Konstantins Popiks CTO. He added “It is imperative for us to not only bring the most robust products to market, but to do it, so that we have a lower entry barrier then any competitors”.

The Non-ITAR restricted Epsilon, has the most advanced image processing unit in the market, and comes with a suite of advanced features, including; scene steering, electronic stabilization, enhanced image and moving target algorithms and complete with HD video.

The high performance gimbal also uses direct drive technology in order to achieve excellent stabilisation, and can be used for manned or unmanned aircraft.

About UAV Factory

Established in 2009, UAV Factory supplies its long endurance unmanned aircraft, pneumatic catapults, onboard generator systems and portable ground control stations to customers in over 30 countries. UAV Factory’s customers include many well-known integrator companies, research agencies and universities. The Penguin B UAV platforms are a benchmark for

research and educational users. Nearly all-leading universities in the USA with Unmanned Programs own Penguin B UAV platforms. Today, UAV Factory has over 40 highly dedicated professionals with a wide range of skills
including; aerospace engineering, mechanical design, high tech manufacturing, mechatronics and software & electrical. 

Source: Press Release

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