Drone Communication

Coming to GPEC and SOF Week! Elsight’s Halo Connection Confidence for HLS and Military Teams

“With law enforcement, HLS, public safety, and first responder organizations facing increasing challenges, the use of drones and other unmanned systems has been on the rise to provide additional intelligence,” said Roee Kashi, Elsight’s Co-founder and CTO. “We developed our Halo connectivity platform to add extensive situational awareness to every mission, while enabling remote management of one operator for an entire fleet.”

Robotican & Elsight Announce Partnership for Optimized Beyond the Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) Counter UAS Missions

“Even in regions with minimal signal coverage, Elsight’s Halo can provide a quick and consistent connection between the Goshawk aircraft and its control station,” said Robotican’s CEO Hagai Balashi. "Elsight’s Halo system delivers the most solid LTE link that Robotican had ever experienced, in addition to high-quality data streaming. In testing, the Halo performed seamless handover of the aircraft control from one pilot to another, thereby reducing the risk of C2 failure significantly.”

A New Era of Military UAV Communications to Power Advanced Warfare and Defense Applications

Military UAVs have become indispensable in the modern defence and security strategy, serving many roles, from intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) missions to direct combat roles. Remote UAV operation offers a strategic advantage while minimizing the risk to human life in high-threat environments.

Elsight’s Halo is a Game Changer for Growth of Australian Drone Market

Elsight’s Halo is a game changer for predicted explosion in drone flights in Australia Key highlights: - Elsight’s Halo can provide the necessary complete connection confidence for uncrewed aerial systems flying beyond the visual line of sight (BVLOS) needed to facilitate industry - The Halo system enables significant reductions in required personnel for unmanned traffic management systems to scale. - New report predicts drone flights in Australia to top 60 million by 2043. - Aerial taxis could be flying by late 2030s.

How SATCOM is Used for BVLOS Drone Flights

One method that is used to circumvent the limitation of line-of-sight RF links is SATCOM (satellite communications). SATCOM uses direct transmission between Earth-based devices or stations and strategically-placed satellites, which may be in geostationary orbit, low Earth orbit (LEO), medium Earth orbit (MEO), or high Earth orbit (HEO). Signals are broadcast to a satellite, which then redirects, bonds, and amplifies the strength of the signal and retransmits it to the intended destination. However, there are disadvantages in using Satellite communications.

Elsight unveils its Worldwide Halo drone communications platform.

· Drone operators, manufacturers, and other uncrewed aerial system users everywhere can now use one Halo connectivity platform in any location worldwide that has network coverage · Worldwide Halo retains low weight, power and size for an optimised SWaP and portability · Increased use of worldwide SIM cards to reduce expenses in Elsight’s supply chain over time

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