The range and endurance of the Spy'Ranger system, combined with the efficiency of its EO/IR sensor, advanced processing capabilities and a tactical datalink developed specifically for the French forces, make the system suitable for any type of point or wide-area surveillance during the day or at night.
Spy’Ranger gathers key intelligence data on movements of potential threats, non-combatants and friendly forces to help ensure mission success during joint manoeuvres at brigade level. The system tracks battlegroup movements on offensive reconnaissance or survey missions, determining threat locations and providing detailed topographic information in real time.
On frontline intelligence missions, Spy'Ranger gathers and transmits images in real time, either for immediate interpretation to meet the needs of an ongoing operation, or for further exploitation to support joint mission planning or battle damage assessment.
Spy’Ranger identifies and geolocates targets in real time to provide direct support to manoeuvres by engaged forces. Its high-definition imaging system and laser pointer indicate the exact location of a target. Geographic data is automatically added so that the intelligence can be used immediately by fire control systems (artillery, mortars, aircraft, etc.) to help protect the forces in the field and gain a tactical advantage.
- Range: 15 km to 30 km
- Operational endurance: > 2 hours 30 minutes
- Adjustable ground speed
- Operates with wind speeds in excess of current type standards
- Innovative, lightweight launch system for take-off in any direction, from constrained areas, even with no wind
- Designed for highly accurate landing in complex zones (obstacles, constrained areas, etc.)