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  • Elbit UAV Hermes 900

    Tomado de Sin Dramas...

    DATE:18/05/11
    SOURCE:Flight International
    Chile selects Elbit's Hermes 900 UAS

    By Arie Egozi


    Elbit Systems has been selected to supply its Hermes 900 unmanned air system to the Chilean defence forces. The choice was made after the nation's air force and army evaluated the type and Israel Aerospace Industries rival Heron.

    Elbit declined to confirm the report, saying it "does not refer to rumours. We report only after a contract is signed".

    However, if finalised, a sale would represent the first export success for its Hermes 900.


    © Elbit Systems

    Developed from the smaller Hermes 450, which has accumulated more than 190,000 flight hours, the design features a 15m (49ft) wingspan and has a maximum take-off weight of 1,100kg (2,420lb). It is capable of performing long-endurance missions at altitudes above 30,000ft.
    Traducido:

    Elbit Systems ha sido seleccionada para proveer a sus Hermes 900, sistema aéreo no tripulado para las fuerzas de defensa de Chile. La elección se hizo después de que la fuerza aérea y el ejército evaluara el tipo Israel Aerospace Industries rival Heron.

    Elbit se negó a confirmar el informe, diciendo que "no se refiere a los rumores. Se presenta sólo después de firmar un contrato".

    Sin embargo, si ha finalizado, una venta que representan el éxito de la primera exportación de sus Hermes 900.
    http://www.flightglobal.com/articles...s-900-uas.html


    Comentario: Es un UAV estrategico de largo alcance.


    The Hermes 900 system supports numerous missions and specialized applications such as electro-optics, IR imaging laser range finder and laser designation as well as SAR/GMTI, Comint DF and ELINT. The system maintains secured redundant Line of Sight (LOS) data link as well as redundant a satellite communication Beyond Line of Sight (BLOS). Initial Hermes 900 photos indicate a clean wing configuration, and no indication of external stores or weapons is given. However, given that Hermes 450 has such capbility, it can be assumed that the '900 model can do the same. In fact, a similar platform, such as the Predator MQ-1A UAV can accomodate two mission paylaods (such as two EOs balls or one EO ball and a SAR) in addition to four Hellfire missiles or a pair of GBU-12s laser guided bombs.

    Designed for maximum endurance, the aircraft uses retractable gear to reduce drag. The wing has full length flaperons, optimizing wing profile for different flight conditions and further economizing flight economy and fuel consumption during the flight transition phases. The Hermes 900 uses an IATOL (Independent Auto Takeoff and Landing) system enables auto-landing even in alternate non-instrumented runways. The nose can be configured to carry an integral satellite communications terminal for missions beyond line of sight. Like the Hermes 450, the new UAV features full redundancy and fault tolerant avionics and electronics architecture. The Hermes 900 has outgrown beyond the power levels offered by the UEL rotary engines powering the Hermes 450. The '900 model uses a more powerful, fully-certified Rotax 914 100 hp engine. The new UAV is well-equipped with advanced features including built-in autonomous emergency procedures, ATC (Air Traffic Control) radio, radio relay and IFF transponder.

    Hermes 900 will have full compatibility the current Hermes 450, in mission control and support infrastructure. It is controlled by Elbit Systems' UGCS (Universal Ground Control Station). This enables control of two UAVs at any given time from a single ground station (with allocation of two ground data terminals), while a single operator operates the air vehicle and payloads for each UAV.
    http://defense-update.com/products/h/hermes-900.htm


    Como dicen arriba... si se concreta, esto supera todas las espectativas... han elegido un gran y muy capaz de los UAV/UCAV.

    Y que ademas de contar con sensores de comunicacion y reconocimiento... puede atacar a vehiculos (Con Hellfire) o posiciones de infanteria, centros de comando de campaña (con bombas pequeñas como la GBU-12 o la GBU-44). Esto es solo a partir de la nota porque hasta el momento no hay imagenes del Hermes 900 portando armamento.

    Y tan es asi en nuestro caso que:
    Añadió que los UAV no serán adquiridos con armamentos y afirmó que "no provoca ningún desequilibrio estratégico. No es un arma".
    http://diario.latercera.com/2010/11/...-armadas.shtml

    Si se concreta, tendriamos un medio de exploracion de lujo... pues venga ahora lo que sigue... el reemplazo del MD-530F.. 0062 ... pero para ataque.

    Successful Maiden Flight for Elbit Systems’ Hermes® 900 UAV

    December 14, 2009 by Marcel van Leeuwen

    The new Hermes® 900 builds on the rich operational experience of the Hermes® 450, offering additional capabilities such as flight altitude of over 30,000 ft, long endurance, large payload capacity (up to 300kg), modular design allowing fast payload replacement and flight capabilities in adverse weather conditions

    (...)

    Hermes® 900 offers an advanced satellite communication channel and is operated from Elbit Systems’ universal command & control ground station (UGCS), enabling advanced mission management, automatic taxiing, autonomous flight and automatic takeoff and landing systems common to all the UAVs and in the Hermes® family.

    The Hermes® 900 also includes innovative avionics and electronic systems and a silent engine, as well as systems required for flight in a combined civil and unmanned aviation area. The new UAV offers additional cutting edge technologies and applications such as electro-optic systems, laser designators and electronic intelligence sensors (ELINT, COMINT).

    (...)

    Source: Elbit
    http://www.aviationnews.eu/2009/12/1...C2%AE-900-uav/


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    UAV NEWS
    Israel's new UAV can reach Iran


    by Staff Writers
    Tel Aviv, Israel (UPI) Dec 18, 2009
    Israel's new long-range unmanned aerial vehicle, unveiled by Elbit Industries this week, adds a new dimension to the military's capabilities against Iran -- not just boosting its surveillance reach but perhaps even attacking air defenses with remote-controlled Hellfire missiles.

    Elbit announced on Tuesday that its Hermes 900 had successfully completed its maiden flight and would enter production following additional flight tests.

    The UAV is based on Elbit's highly successful Hermes 450 model, which has accumulated 170,000 flight hours.

    The 450 is the primary UAV deployed by the Israeli military, and at least 20 of them were in action daily during the 34-day war with Lebanon's Hezbollah in July-August 2006.

    The 900 model is essentially a stretched and bulked-up 450, a 992-pound craft that was designed to carry two AGM-114 Hellfire air-to-ground missiles, the weapons systems used by U.S. UAVs targeting al-Qaida and Taliban chieftains in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

    The 900 is similar in appearance to the U.S. MQ-1 Predator, which carries out most of the attacks in the AFPAK theater of operation. Both weigh around 1 ton.

    The Hermes 900 is designed primarily for endurance and for the first time gives the Israeli armed forces a long-range drone that can conduct surveillance flights over hostile territory as distant as Iran, some 950 miles.

    However, to do that would mean overflying Jordan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and possibly Turkey, and risk political problems with those states.

    If such flights were undertaken, the new 900's primary mission would undoubtedly be spying out air-defense systems around Iran's nuclear facilities, the primary target for threatened Israeli airstrikes, supplementing intelligence from Israeli spy satellites.

    The UAV's attack potential could also prove useful in the event Israel does launch pre-emptive strikes to knock out Iranian nuclear sites and other strategic targets.

    It could hit air-defense systems ahead of attacks by the Israeli air force's F-16I and F-15I strike jets, reducing the risk of Israeli pilots being shot down over hostile territory. The last time that happened was when an F-4 Phantom went down over south Lebanon on Oct. 16, 1986.

    The new Hermes can stay in the air for 36 hours -- 16 more than the 450 -- with a payload of 650 pounds, enough to give it considerable loiter time over Iran.

    It has a cruising speed of around 80 miles an hour, can fly as high as 30,000 feet and has satellite communications capability.

    It also uses innovative avionics, operates silently, which allows for missions over urban areas, and carried high-tech systems such as electro-optic imaging, a laser designator that can be used to "paint" ground targets for aircraft, and electronic intelligence sensors.

    The Israeli air force, which operates the 450, has not yet acquired any of the new 900s, although it recently bought the Heron UAV manufactured by state-run Israel Aerospace Industries. That can remain airborne for more than 30 hours with a cruising altitude of 30,000 feet.

    Meantime, there were reports that Israel's first unmanned stealth naval craft, designated Protector SV but known as the Death Shark, has been deployed in the Gulf region, able to cruise underwater off Iran for long periods.

    Operated from a surface ship or a shore base, the 27-foot craft reportedly carries a Close-In Weapons System for detecting and engaging anti-ship missiles and aircraft, as well as torpedoes and electronic jamming gear.

    It also carries four cameras with the resolution of satellite imaging systems as well as sonar and radar systems that can transmit three-dimensional images to its control base.
    http://www.spacewar.com/reports/Isra..._Iran_999.html

    Mier !!! 36 horas de permanencia en vuelo !!! ... calculen que un MPA C-295 tiene 1/3 de esa permanencia... a este nivel estamos hablando. Un UAV estrategico en todo el sentido de la palabra para la region si es que se concreta.

    Saludos
    Editado por última vez por HernanSCL; https://www.defensa.pe/member/1892-hernanscl en 18/05/11, 20:04:05.

  • #2
    Originalmente publicado por HernanSCL Ver Mensaje
    Tomado de Sin Dramas...



    Traducido:



    http://www.flightglobal.com/articles...s-900-uas.html


    Comentario: Es un UAV estrategico de largo alcance.



    http://defense-update.com/products/h/hermes-900.htm


    Como dicen arriba... si se concreta, esto supera todas las espectativas... han elegido un gran y muy capaz de los UAV/UCAV.

    Y que ademas de contar con sensores de comunicacion y reconocimiento... puede atacar a vehiculos (Con Hellfire) o posiciones de infanteria, centros de comando de campaña (con bombas pequeñas como la GBU-12 o la GBU-44). Esto es solo a partir de la nota porque hasta el momento no hay imagenes del Hermes 900 portando armamento.

    Y tan es asi en nuestro caso que:


    http://diario.latercera.com/2010/11/...-armadas.shtml

    Si se concreta, tendriamos un medio de exploracion de lujo... pues venga ahora lo que sigue... el reemplazo del MD-530F.. 0062 ... pero para ataque.



    http://www.aviationnews.eu/2009/12/1...C2%AE-900-uav/


    ++




    http://www.spacewar.com/reports/Isra..._Iran_999.html

    Mier !!! 36 horas de permanencia en vuelo !!! ... calculen que un MPA C-295 tiene 1/3 de esa permanencia... a este nivel estamos hablando. Un UAV estrategico en todo el sentido de la palabra para la region si es que se concreta.

    Saludos

    Gracias Hernan SCL.

    Preguntas:

    Cuantos de ellos se adquiriran?

    Cuanto vale c/u?

    Servira para descubrir "tesoros incas" en el fondo del oceano?

    Saludos.

    Comentario


    • #3
      Originalmente publicado por DEFENSOR Ver Mensaje
      Gracias Hernan SCL.

      Preguntas:

      Cuantos de ellos se adquiriran?
      2 a 3

      Cuanto vale c/u?
      No lo se...

      Servira para descubrir "tesoros incas" en el fondo del oceano


      tal vez.

      Saludos

      Comentario


      • #4
        Sencillamente ESTUPENDO

        Recordemos que la “vigilancia” no es solo óptica…

        ¿Porqué entre 2 y 3 Hernán?


        Saludos,
        Chile, fértil provincia y señalada, de la región antártica famosa, que no ha sido por rey jamás regida, ni sus tierras y dominios sometida!!!.

        Comentario


        • #5
          Originalmente publicado por Degan Ver Mensaje
          Sencillamente ESTUPENDO

          Recordemos que la “vigilancia” no es solo óptica…

          ¿Porqué entre 2 y 3 Hernán?


          Saludos,
          For this...

          Actualmente el Estado Mayor Conjunto -organismo coordinador del Ministerio de Defensa para el empleo de las distintas ramas de las Fuerzas Armadas- está desarrollando una licitación para adquirir dos o tres de estas aeronaves, que debieran estar operando en 2011.
          http://diario.latercera.com/2010/11/...-armadas.shtml

          Saludos

          Comentario

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