Complete RTF solution for aerial surveillance
Video surveillance is vital and irreplaceable for security professionals. Having a complete and precise idea of a situation provides a clear advantage when time is short and decisions need to be taken.
Because they can easily lift surveillance kind cameras while being able to move to a subject or remain in stationary state, drones have quickly been introduced to security missions. Indeed, they offer real-time aerial view of a situation at reasonable cost.
Quick aerial viewpoint
Thanks to its technical characteristics and performance, the XENA Observer is the ultimate tool for performing surveillance and security monitoring from the sky. It is a compact and powerful system, built to operate in demanding weather conditions. As a matter of fact, it has been successfully tested under rain and with a continuous wind of 30 Km/h average.
The XENA Observer is a professional, robust and versatile system, embedding a dual camera gimbal offering both day and night vision. With a powerful zoom (up to 40x), it allows to identify subjects at more than 2 Km of distance. The infrared camera allows to operate in night time or low visibility environment.
Efficient and discrete system
XENA is a foldable and compact drone that is easily carried in its hard suitcase. It runs with only one battery, which greatly simplify operations on the field.
In addition of embedding a quality EO/IR gimbal, the XENA Observer can be set up in a discrete configuration for those needing a stealth system. This particularity makes it the perfect drone for any kind of security mission.
The XENA Observer is a made in Europe drone that fulfills all the necessary requirements for an aircraft operating in the European sky.
XENA Observer Flight time Up to 27 min Take-Off Weight 5 Kg Max continuous wind speed 12.5 m/s Max operating altitude (AMSL) 5000 m Pan 360° Tilt 360° Day camera Sony FCB-EX15EP Infrared camera FLIR Quark 2 / 640 Spectral band 7.5 - 13.5 µm Video output NTSC or PAL Stabilization < 150 µrad DGLV certified (Belgium) Classe 1a DGAC certified (France) S1 and S2
S3 (in progress)