Atlas payloads

Payloads

We make every effort to offer you with the highest quality imagery. As a result, we select the best sensors and develop payloads around them, enhancing their capabilities, adding our unique 3-axis Gimbal, and maintaining a clear and steady image even in the most harsh weather. The modification of a payload is as simple as inserting a USB stick with our proprietary plug and play connector, and it can be done in any field environment.

VISOR FF

The Visor FF camera is a new payload created specifically for the AtlasPRO drone, with a high-quality F/1.0 lens and a thermal sensor with exceptional sensitivity. Visor FF is an ITAR-free technology since it is produced in the European Union. Features a compact and lightweight design, a unique LWIR sensor with 60 Mk sensitivity, and a 640x480 | 30fps resolution for accurate temperature measurements.

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VISOR FF
Dimensions: 93 x 73 x 99 mm
Lens: 13 mm ƒ/1.0
Field of View: 32° (H) x 24° (V)
Digital Zoom: 10X
Max. Video Resolution: 640(H)x480(V)
Max. Photo Resolution: 640(H)x480(V)
Video Framerate: 30 fps
Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference (NETD): 60 mK
Spectral Range: LWIR, wavelength: 8-14 μm
Encryption: AES-256
Metadata Fields:
• Image sensor GPS coordinates and direction
• Image sensor altitude and angle
• Date and time
• Others
Snapshots: JPEG
Color Palettes: White-hot, Back-hot, Rainbow, Others
Live Stream: h.264 encoded video via RTSP/RTP, MPEG2-TS
Live Stream Metadata: STANAG 4609 for MPEG2-TS
Recording: TFLC (proprietary format, supported by Atlas Thermal Player), includes metadata
Operation Environment: -40°C to +55°C
Storage Environment: -40°C to +65°C
Storage: MicroSD, max. 64GB. UHS-1
Mount: Detachable
Ingress Protection Rating: IP44
Weight (incl. gimbal): 271 g

All product specifications are subject to change without notice
60 mK
Resolution
640/480
30 FPS
ITAR free
Made in EU
10X Digital
zoom
VISOR FF Specification
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Atlas Thermal Player
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KALOS 120

Ultra high-definition 4K camera with 12.7MP 1/2 3" CMOS sensor 3X Optical Zoom and 12X Hybrid Zoom. Record videos and take stills with more detail and sharpness even with low light.

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KALOS120
Dimensions: 106 x 69 x 102 mm
Image Sensor: CMOS 1/2.3" 12.71MP (Sony IMX377)
Lens: 3.85 - 13.4 mm
F-Number: ƒ/2.4-5
Field of View: Horizontal 78.6° to 25.9°
Optical Zoom: 3X
Digital Zoom: 4X
Hybrid Zoom: 12X
Max. Video Resolution: 3840(H)x2160(V)
Max. Photo Resolution: 3840(H)x2160(V)
Video Frame Rate: 30 fps
Video Encoding: H.264 H.265
Encryption: AES-256
Metadata Fields:
• Image sensor GPS coordinates and direction
• Image sensor altitude and angle
• Date and time
• Others
Video Metadata Format: STANAG 4609 (recordings and live stream)
Snapshots: JPEG
Video Container Format: MP4, MPEG2-TS
Video Stream Format: RTSP, MPEG2-TS
Still Image Metadata Format: EXIF
Operating Temperature Range (optional): -20°C to +50°C ( -30°C +50°C )
Storage Environment: -20°C to +70°C
Storage: microSD max. 64GB, UHS-1
Mount: Detachable
Ingress Protection Rating: IP44
Weight (incl. gimbal): 199g

All product specifications are subject to change without notice
4K Video
3x Optical
Zoom
12X Hybrid
zoom
30 FPS
ON-BOARD
Encryption
STANAG 4609 Compliant
KALOS 120 Specification
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ARGUS M20

Small aerial camera with optical zoom up to 10x and hybrid zoom up to 20x. The Argus M20 offers unparalleled image data capture with an ultra high-quality sensor, 1920×1080 resolution 30fps and 11Mbps.

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ARGUS M20
Dimensions: 106 x 80 x 102 mm
Image Sensor: 4MP 1/3” CMOS sensor
Lens: 3.3 - 33.0 mm
F-number: ƒ/1.8-3.4
Field of View: Horizontal 59.2° to 6.7°
Optical Zoom: 10X
Digital Zoom: 2X
Hybrid Zoom: 20X
Max. Video Resolution: 1920(H)x1080(V)
Max. Photo Resolution: 1920(H)x1080(V)
Video Framerate: 30 fps
Video Encoding: H.264 H.265
Encryption: AES-256
Metadata Fields:
• Image sensor GPS coordinates and direction
• Image sensor altitude and angle
• Date and time
• Others
Video Metadata Format: STANAG 4609 (recordings and live stream)
Snapshots: JPEG
Video Container Format: MP4, MPEG2-TS
Video Stream Format: RTSP, MPEG2-TS
Still Image Metadata Format: EXIF
Operating Temperature Range (optional): -20°C to +60°C (-30°C +50°C)
Storage Environment: -20°C to +60°C
Storage: MicroSD, max. 64GB. UHS-1 or Class 10
Mount: Detachable
Ingress Protection Rating: IP44
Weight (incl. gimbal): 243 g

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Full HD
1080
10x Optical
ZOOM
20x Hybrid
Zoom
30 FPS
ON-BOARD
Encryption
STANAG 4609 Compliant
ARGUS M20 Specification
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VISOR NX

High-sensitivity (50mK) thermal camera, imaging at 640X512 or 336X240 with 30FPS or 9FPS. Accurate temperature measurements ideal for analytics and telemetry with any light condition.

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VISOR NX
Dimensions: 110 x 82 x 103 mm
Lens: 13 mm or 19 mm
Field of View: 45° (H) x 37° (V) or 32° (H) x 26° (V)
Digital Zoom: 10X
Max. Video Resolution: 640(H)x512(V)
Max. Photo Resolution: 640(H)x512(V)
Video Framerate: 9 fps
Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference (NETD): 50 mK @ƒ/1.0
Spectral Range: LWIR, wavelength: 7.5-13.5 μm
Encryption: AES-256
Metadata Fields:
• Image sensor GPS coordinates and direction
• Image sensor altitude and angle
• Date and time
• Others
Snapshots: JPEG, RJPEG
Color Palettes: White-hot, Back-hot, Rainbow, Others
Live Stream: h.264 encoded video via RTSP/RTP, MPEG2-TS
Live Stream Metadata: STANAG 4609 for MPEG2-TS
Recording: TFLC (proprietary format, supported by Atlas Thermal Player), includes metadata
Operation Environment: -40°C to +55°C
Storage Environment: -40°C to +65°C
Storage: MicroSD, max. 64GB. UHS-1
Mount: Detachable
Ingress Protection Rating: IP44
Weight (incl. gimbal): 243 g

All product specifications are subject to change without notice
50 mK
Resolution
640/480
9/30 FPS
2x digital zoom
ON-BOARD
Encryption
STANAG 4609 Compliant
VISOR NX Specification
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Atlas Thermal Player
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Atlas Thermal Player

Atlas Thermal Player is a tool that allows you to analyse the data captured with thermal imaging camera after the flight.

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