The Honeywell T-Hawk is an unmanned micro air vehicle (MAV) that provides real-time situational awareness in critical situations.
It made its arrival in combat in 2007 and leads the industry in micro unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) as the first model with hover and stare capability in a wide range of weather conditions.
The T-Hawk MAVfeatures real-time video documentation to support advanced intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR). Its easy to assemble; its airborne within 10 minutes; and it provides a smooth vertical takeoff and landing.
The Honeywell T-Hawk MAV supports a broad range of missions including:
IED identification and monitoring
Target acquisition and damage assessment
Disaster surveillance and damage assessment operations
Autonomous flights with dynamic re-tasking and manual intervention
The Honeywell T-Hawk MAV Features:
24/7 operations, day or night, in diverse environments such as salt, sand, dust or fog
Flexible payload uses gimbaled EO and IR imaging sensors in a modular, interchangeable package
Climbs at a rate of 25 feet per second up to 10,000 feet
Flies up to 50 miles per hour
46 minutes of battery life
Weighs under 20 pounds and fits in a backpack
Adaptable flight planning with up to 100 waypoints per flight plan and up to 10 pre-planned flight plans stored on the ground station