Patroller systems

Long-term surveillance of theaters of operation, artillery guidance, territorial protection, environmental surveillance - drone use is constantly on the rise. With its modular line of Patroller systems, Safran Electronics & Defense enables you to efficiently accomplish a wide range of military and territorial security missions.

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The Patroller System

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The Patroller system may set itself apart with its superior flight autonomy of over 20 hours, but it also meets all of your other operational requirements (discretion, ease of implementation, robustness, tactical utility and ease of integration into airport and aerial traffic).  Its modularity and open architecture offer a completely scalable system. The Patroller's composite structure is EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) certified. Very robust, it is equipped with reinforced retractable landing gear that enable it to take off and land automatically using short runways. This multi-sensor drone has a low radar, heat, and noise signature thanks to its nearly silent engine. Lastly, to maintain its high level of availability, Safran Electronics & Defense offers a global support service that includes training programs and tools for diagnostics, operational simulations and training.

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The Patroller system has carried out numerous civil and military missions:

  • intelligence
  • surveillance of borders, coasts and sensitive areas
  • humanitarian aid and peacekeeping operations
  • protection of ground forces
  • support for air-land response measures
  • artillery guidance
  • territorial protection
  • environmental surveillance
  • etc.

Key performance features of the Patroller system:

  • autonomy: 20 h
  • mission payload: >250kg
  • ceiling: 20,000 feet / 6,000m
  • speed: 100 to 200km/h
  • range: 180km (extendable to 500km)
  • landing gear: reinforced and retractable
  • high performance multi-sensor system
  • low logistics footprint
  • automated taxiing, take-off and landing (ATOLS system)
  • mission system update capability
  • operation in civil airspace (see and avoid module)
  • air-transportable,
  • low operating cost
  • reduced implementation team
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