Embention launches its new Veronte Tracker version
Embention continues with product updates carried out in 2019 by launching its new Veronte Tracker version. It is a high-performance antenna for tracking BLOS missions in civil or military duties. Either from fixed stations or moving vehicles.
The new tracking antenna is established as one of the most advanced tracking systems for moving vehicles (drones, UAV, UAS, RPASs, UGV, USV). Supporting the installation of radio modules of both, telemetry and video. Enabling BLOS missions with ranges greater than 200km.
New Veronte Tracker version features
The new Veronte Tracker version is detachable in three parts for easy transport. It can work with all antenna configurations at heights of up to 3.8m thanks to its extensible mast. Standard configurations of Yagi antennas, Grid-type and omnidirectional 400MHz, 900MHz and 2.4 GHz antennas can be exchanged quickly thanks to the new modular antenna fixing system. In addition, each tracker is equipped with a dual antenna configuration that works on the selected frequency. Being able to automatically switch between them depending on the distance at which the vehicle is.
In this new version, the Veronte PCS control station has been integrated into the Tracker. Obtaining a Plug & Play system very simple to manipulate. The PCS connection to the Tracker is done through a single connector. Allowing to start up the system in seconds and quickly start the tracking mission.
The new RTK technology, together with the high precision encoders mounted on the two axes of the Tracker and the dual GNSS, allow the system to be used in high-performance operations with very precise and reliable target tracking. Also, even in adverse weather conditions thanks to the robust system construction in stainless steel and aluminum.
The new Veronte Tracker version, together with the integrated PCS, is established as a compact, lightweight and easy-to-handle solution that makes it versatile for any professional unmanned vehicle tracking operation on BLOS missions.