Tuesday, August 23, 2011

IAI showcases 'Ghost' spy UAV in U.S.

WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UPI) -- Israel Aerospace Industries has unveiled its miniature Ghost unmanned aerial vehicle, a near-silent, 9-pound drone designed for clandestine special operations.
The device was displayed in the United States, where it is expected to be marketed soon.
The twin-rotor, vertical take-off UAV is optimized for operations in urban zones.
The mini-helicopter is so compact it can be carried in backpacks, with spare batteries and a computer, by two soldiers who control it from a laptop computer.
At 4.76 feet long and a rotor span of 2.46 feet, IAI boasts that the Ghost is small enough to fly into buildings through windows to provide real-time intelligence for Special Forces or company-size infantry units.
Its imaging capabilities, day and night, are enhanced by its ability to provide unique horizontal, or eye-level, visibility for ground forces that lookdown UAVs cannot, giving troops a more comprehensive view of their targets and operational environment.

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