Abu Dhabi. 16 February 2019. Tellumat Defence & Security, the South African
The aircraft has a wingspan of 5.2
Low latency payload control and monitoring is available via the ground control station (GCS). The modular and portable GCS can be networked to allow control of ASTUS by more than one pilot and more than one payload operator geographically who could be separated across very large mission areas.
Quick to deploy and easy to operate in a wide range of missions, the system has a minimum crew requirement of only four, comprising a pilot, payload operator, safety pilot and an aircraft technician.
Tellumat will also be promoting its families of ground-to-air and air-to-ground command and control
Tellumat’s diverse offering and broad skill set provide a solid platform for partnerships that promote mutual self-reliance and strengthen government ties between countries, says Brian Ferguson, Key Accounts Manager for Tellumat’s Defence & Security division. “True and meaningful partnership is underpinned by advanced technology transfer,” he adds.
Tellumat has a full range of engagement options, from simple agreements of sale through to training on installation and maintenance, integrated logistic support, manufacturing and development collaboration. “Whatever the requirement, our contract engagements seek to transfer technology and the skills to build the self-reliance of our partners.”