The Mi-1 is a foldable version from our Martlet Series, fulfilling our client's needs for a more portable ISR drone [micro-UAV] with maximal endurance and EO/IR performance.
The Mi-1 is now the smallest drone of the Martlet Family, designed for one-man operation. This easy-to-use system is both lightweight and rugged to be used in the most demanding environments. The system provides the operator with advanced and tactical in-flight features to enhance the ability to act on aerial intelligence: fast, safe, and smart.
When the flight time of 80 minutes from the Mi-2 is not necessary, a more portable and quicker deployable system can help end-users gather aerial intelligence in a faster and more silent way.
The MI-1 is capable of GPS-denied (autonomous) flights and packed with useful features on the Ground User Interface like POI coordinates, live measurements, and more to increase its effectiveness and level of intelligence.
The P2P, MIMO, or LTE encrypted datalink ensures instant access to real-time information for individuals and command posts, even when flying beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS).
The system is dust and rain-proof [IP43] and has a flight time of 40 minutes to maximize real-time aerial intelligence for critical mission success.
This military drone is designed for ISTAR missions, the MI-1 requires only 1 operator for rapid deployment, ready to perform manual or fully autonomous missions.
The sensors deliver powerful thermal observation and long-range visible imagery with license-plate recognition, geolocation, and 80x zoom. The lightweight design combined with our compact and modular Martlet UAV systems enables long-range observation and long-range operation. Optionally, AI software modules can enhance real-time intelligence.
Its user-friendly interface incorporates a real-time display and a moving tactical map for a complete mission overview, mission planning, different operational modes, payload control, and UAV monitoring.
With all the known tactical features from the Martlet Series packed inside a smaller but just as rugged new Ground Control Station: the S-GCS.