Airborne WAS

ESEN Airborne Wide Area Surveillance System (AWAS), which is a wide-area motion imagery (WAMI) solution, provides persistent surveillance from aerial platforms. AWAS system designed to be integrated into manned surveillance aircrafts and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in Class III (MALE/HALE).

Unlike straw-alike looks and small circle projections of traditional airborne surveillance systems, AWAS provides holistic surveillance over very large areas (~10 km2) via imagery sensors. While surveilling overall picture, AWAS is capable to utilize multiple live feed chip-outs of areas of interest at very high resolution (~20 cm GSD).

check_icon

Proven high performance over various terrain (Urban areas, mountainous areas, etc.)

check_icon

Live presentation of detected objects on 3-D Geographical Information System (GIS)

check_icon

Simultaneous moving target detection & tracking, up to 2000 objects (Humans, vehicles, etc.)

check_icon

Live feed of multiple areas of interest at high resolution (chip-out)

check_icon

Geo-registration & ortho-rectification

check_icon

On-board image processing and data recording

check_icon

Geolocation of detected objects

check_icon

Seek, pause, search and replay functions

check_icon

Definition of alarm and interest region, event marks

Technical Specifications



Camera System Specifications

Dimensions 18 in Radius, 21 in Height
Weight 50 kg
Resolution 100 MP
Coverage Area* 12 km2 @18.000 ft. AGL
Ground Sampling Distance* < 30 cm GSD @18.000 ft. AGL
Power Consumption 28V DC, 500 W max.
Stabilization < 5 micro radyan
Operational Temperature -30 oC to +50 oC
  (*) Coverage Area and Ground Sampling Distance can be customized with different lens option and adapted to different mission altitudes

Processing Exploatation and Dissemination Unit Specifications

Dimensions** 32mm x 480mm x 520mm
Weight** < 30 kg
Power Consumption 28V DC, 1000 W max.
EMI/EMC MIL STD 461F CE102 &  RE102
Operational Temperature -20 oC to +30 oC (MIL-STD-810G 502.5, Procedure II)
(**) Dimensions of servers may vary depending on requirements
AWAS Brochure
For inquiries, please contact esen@esensi.com.tr
Menu