Controp, the Israeli payload manufacturer, has unveiled a host of new systems, which will be formally rolled out at the Paris Air Show.

The new payloads are variations of the Stamp line of imaging systems, commonly used on small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Among them is the M-Stamp, a multi-sensor payload consisting of a day camera, an uncooled infrared camera and a laser pointer, weighing in at 1.2kg (2.65lb). Also announced are T- and TD-Stamp variants, slightly larger and more sophisticated.

Controp unveiled a sensor for aerostats as well: Speed-A, a long-range, 3-axis-stabilized camera system weighing 23kg.

Finally, Controp has announced the sale of Shapo imaging system to an unnamed South American country for use on aerostats.

Source: Flight International