InstantEye Mk2 Gen3 sUAS

Eyes in before guys in.

Why InstantEye?

InstantEye is a high-performance, low-cost aerial system that can be hand launched/recovered by a single person in any weather. The vehicle weighs less than one pound and can go from a stowed configuration to airborne in under 30 seconds to provide rapid situational awareness and tactical sensor operation for 30 minutes. No piloting skills are required to operate the InstantEye system in day/night conditions, in winds up to 30mph, or from a moving ground or maritime position.

Exceptional Flight Response

The aircraft uses 100% custom control algorithms derived from Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) biomimetic research of hawk moths in turbulent winds and collisions. InstantEye offers stability, position hold, and responsiveness unlike any other sUAS despite its low mass, small size, and low cost.

Utilizing the Ground Control Station’s first person view the pilot can freely reposition the vehicle’s camera during flight. Precision position hold enables continuous surveillance with minimal correction.The Ground Control Station can be used from the prone position without any external antennas and provides a high nit, transreflective daylight readable screen with simple, intuitive on screen information.

Combat Proven Design

InstantEye is small, light, packable, and tough. When using the field case, an InstantEye aircraft, Ground Control Station (GCS), payloads, and several batteries can be easily stowed in the outer pouch of a standard rucksack or clipped on externally. The system has been designed for dismounted squad-based deployment which provides unparalleled versatility by any sUAS in its class.

Eyes where you need them to be.

InstantEye features three cameras - forward, angled, downward - with multiple zoom levels. The center crosshairs provide the GPS location of the view point when looking at the ground or the vehicle’s location when looking forward. Easily toggle through the cameras to expose targets from any perspective. Record video directly to the ground station via the DVR and use the BNC video output from the GCS to broadcast the video live to an external source.

Further extend your imaging capabilities by affixing an optional GoPro™ HD or FLIR™ thermal camera.