The highly integrated Kestrel Autopilot is small and light, yet powerful. Sacrificing nothing for its compact, weight-saving design, the Kestrel Autopilot integrates all flight sensors, communication and payload interfaces into a neat, elegant package.

Kestrel Autopilot v3.1 VTOL Fixed Wing

KESTREL AUTOPILOT V4 VTOL/FIXED WING

  • Provides high-bandwidth control for unparalleled stability in windy/inclement weather
  • Offers aggressive climb, descent and forward flight maneuver capability
  • Features include extensive input/output, high speed servos and onboard data logging
  • Expandable avionics architecture enables a wide range of integrated payloads and sensors

Virtual CockpitTM v3

  • Features highly intuitive 3D graphical user interface (GUI) and easy-to-use click/drag 3D waypoints and 3D streaming maps from disk or online
  • Multi-agent support available for fixed wing unmanned aerial vehicles
  • Built-in video provides multiple video streams
  • Agent and flight path trail are rendered in full-context 3D
  • Provides intuitive multi-function display and vehicle health monitoring
Virtual Cockpit V3

Hand Controller

Hand Controller

  • Virtual Cockpit™ user-friendly mapping interface
  • Powerful mission planning tools
  • In-flight re-tasking
  • Full waypoint navigation
  • Windows-based operating system
  • Wi-Fi link to laptop and video dissemination
  • Integrated GPS and 4G LTE connectivity

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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UAS Customer Support
Phone: 801-788-3200

Mailing Address
Lockheed Martin Procerus Technologies
500 South Geneva Road
Vineyard, UT 84058

Unmanned and Autonomous Systems

Technology is transforming how humans and machines work together. That’s why Lockheed Martin is investing in the development of optionally-manned and unmanned systems that serve as a capability multiplier. Because we recognize that the question isn’t just about who’s the best person for the job—it’s about what’s the best team for the mission.

Learn more about Unmanned and Autonomous Systems