The company has shown its technological solutions adapted to defense operations, such as its TARSIS fixed-wing UAS, which incorporate state-of-the-art technology, laser guidance kits and weapons management systems

The international company Aertec, specialized in aerospace technology, has presented at FEINDEF its technological solutions designed to improve military capabilities, and which find their maximum exponent in their TARSIS fixed-wing UAS. Aertec aerial platforms in a 100% operational state, are designed with state-of-the-art Spanish technology, and allow a versatile configuration to fulfill missions that adapt to both user needs and defense operations.

The TARSIS-W is a NATO Class I UAS capable of integrating two 50mm caliber micro-missile launchers under each semi-wing, and each launcher can house up to 2 semi-active laser-guided micro-missiles with a range of 4 km depending on altitude. shot. It includes an Armament Management System integrated with the Ground Control Station to operate the ammunition remotely and safely.

Aertec also has references in laser-guided systems, such as a semi-active laser guidance kit that can be easily attached to propelled or free-fall platforms, target designation with the STANAG 3733 pulsed laser designator, and laser-guided Air-to-Ground micromissiles for UAS, such as the µASM A-Fox micromissile guided by semi-active laser designation (with a 4 km range and 500 gr. of explosive charge).

More than 20 years of experience in the development of aeronautical technology for security and defense

Aertec has more than two decades of experience developing its own technological solutions that add value to military capabilities, especially in the field of UAS, where it has positioned itself as one of the leading companies at a European level in the field of innovation applied to unmanned aerial systems.

The TARSIS are integrated into the RAPAZ Program of the Ministry of Defence, which evaluates the different class I RPAS systems (maximum takeoff weight less than 150 kg) developed by the Spanish industry for ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) missions. Aertec has pioneered the use of 5G communications in the TARSIS UAS, in close collaboration with the Vodafone company, used both for high-definition camera communications and for flight command management.

In addition to the TARSIS, Aertec has a wide portfolio of developments in this field such as its ground control systems, state-of-the-art on-board systems and UAS simulation environments.