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AIRBORNE DAY & NIGHT IMAGING

The most advanced stabilized micro gimbal systems on the market



Customizable

Get everything you need into the gimbal. Choose freely your cameras and sensors and we do the customized integration in shortest delivery times.

Video Tracker

The video tracker will automatically hold the cameras locked on the chosen target in the image. Hence a moving object on the ground will remain locked onto the centre of the video at all times.
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Exportable

All our products are fully designed and manufactured in Europe and have maximum exportability worldwide, hence non-ITAR.

Geo Features

The Geo-Location feature will output the GPS position of the viewed object centred in the video image. The additional Geo-Tracking option is capable of locking the line-of-sight of the gimbal onto a GPS geographical position on the ground.
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Price/Performance

The OTUS gimbals have best available price vs. performance ratio and shortest delivery times worldwide. The stabilization performance in our micro gimbals are world leading.

Digital Stabilization

Digital stabilization with frame correction, removes the high-frequency jitter often found in narrow field-of-view images. This significantly reduces the operator workload and allows it to concentrate on the mission objective.
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MIL-STD-810G


After an extensive test period the OTUS-U250 is verified against MIL-STD-810G

Tests include Temperature, Altitude, Humidity, Shock, Vibration, Waterproofness, Dustproofness, Solar radiation, Aerodynamic Load, Power input and Emission of Radio Frequencey Energy.


PoGO+ Balloon Launch & Journey to Canada

Some years ago, DST CONTROL was contracted to design and manufacture a complete dual axis pointing system for the PoGO+ balloon borne gamma ray detecting telescope. During the summer of 2016 PoGO+ made its third successful circumpolar flight as documented in the video. The pointing system is based on the very same technology found in all our standard gimbals.

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...and even more about the project at Phys.org

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