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Internal Solutions

The lift accomodates gimbals up to 26" diameter and offers an electromechanical retraction system in a selfsupporting carbon fibre structure. Our customers chose the lift for covert operations, to improve ground clearance and to reduce the risk of FOD (like a bird strike) since the camera is exposed to the evironment only during operation.  

With its extremly light weight in combination with its compact design, the camera lift is ideal for small cabin sizes and allows smaller and cost-efficient aircraft to fulfill surveillance tasks so far reserved for much bigger and much more expensive aircraft.

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External Solutions

The installation of an external camera lift mounted on the left hand side of a helicopter has eliminated one of the recurring problems in airborne surveillance: the impaired downward visibility due to the landing gear. In extended position the lift enables unobstructed 360° view.

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Mechanical Solution

The solution for a small aircraft offers the operator to stow and lower the sensor easily by hand.

Case study and video

EC135 – Eliance for Catalonian Police EC135 – Eliance for Catalonian Police

Upgrade of an EC135 including design, production, installation, testing, EASA certification and training. 

AW109 - REGA Switzerland AW109 - REGA Switzerland

The Swiss SAR Service REGA added with an external camera lift and a workstation surveillance capability to their fleet.

Piper Navajo PA31 – Metasensing Piper Navajo PA31 – Metasensing

Installation of an operator console and a giant carbon fibre belly pod housing a radar antenna array.