AUSA 2021: Aeronautics highlights its Dominator XP Medium-Altitude Long-Endurance (MALE) UAS, with search & rescue (SAR) capability both on land and at sea

The Dominator is capable of all-weather and denied-GPS operations for SAR missions and help saving lives.

October 5, 2021 Photo(s): By Aeronautics
Dominator XP

Aeronautics Group - a leading provider of integrated turnkey solutions based on unmanned systems platforms, payloads and communications for defense and HLS markets – is highlighting its Dominator XP Medium-Altitude Long-Endurance (MALE) UAS with search & rescue (SAR) capability both on land and at sea at AUSA 2021.

The Dominator XP is capable of all-weather and denied-GPS operations, which is most essential for SAR missions. Based on the vast ISRAT mission experience and proven record of Aeronautics’ Orbiter family, the Dominator makes a significant contribution to life-saving missions.

Orbiter 4 XR

Based on the MPP DA42 configuration, this certifiable platform can be equipped with the most advanced systems, such as high-performance EO day/night payloads, SAR and optical radars, mobile location system, satellite communication and more, to ensure mission success.

As a two-engine unmanned system, the DominatorXP is the most reliable solution for SAR missions, safely covering long ranges, and operable in harsh weather conditions, over sea and land.

“Following the recent acquisition of Magal Security Systems earlier this year, Aeronautics has become a one-stop-shop for ISTAR solutions for both defense and HLS applications, offering the comprehensive capabilities required for border protection, intelligence gathering and port protection against different tactical levels of drone, and now for SAR missions as well,” says Moshe Elazar, CEO of Aeronautics Group. “We are proud of the Group's tremendous growth and consolidation as a world leader in the field of multi-cross action intelligence."

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Aeronautics Group is also strengthening its presence in the U.S. with the establishment of a new plant in Prescott, Arizona, which is operated by U.S. subsidiary, CP Technologies. CP Technologies is primarily engaged in the design and manufacture of rugged equipment for military and civilian applications for the U.S. market. In addition, as part of the group's mission to support its customer base worldwide, CP Aeronautics serves as the marketing entity for the US, providing Aeronautics' advanced solutions.