XMobots proudly presents the most complete and refined system for strategic missions with surveillance, security and borders monitoring operations, and the first one of a kind completely developed in Latin America.
This is NAURU 1000C SYSTEM that consists of an unmanned piloted aircraft and high-end technology equipment developed for the Defense and Security industry.

XMobots proudly presents the most complete and refined system for strategic missions with surveillance, security and borders monitoring operations, and the first one of a kind completely developed in Latin America.
This is NAURU 1000C SYSTEM that consists of an unmanned piloted aircraft and high-end technology equipment developed for the Defense and Security industry.

Much more than a drone, XMobots´ Nauru 1000C – CAT2 is one of the most powerful equipment in the world for security, surveillance and border monitoring missions. And it is the only one developed and manufactured in Latin America for this purpose.

Nauru 1000C is a VTOL (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) RPA, offering easy operations to its users. In these operations, the aircraft carries a 50-liters-fuel tank and an electric VTOL system that counts on the efficiency of 8 engines with their independent batteries; and Nauru´s extraordinary fuselage was manufactured in aluminum and composites.

Presenting a maximum takeoff mass of 150kg and maximum range of 60km, Nauru 1000C executes several modes of aerial surveys, up to 10-hours, daylight or night operations. And the aircraft still presents a great versatility as it was developed for missions that demand operations in a diversity of scenarios, enduring fine rain or fog.

By presenting an outstanding and long experience in the development of avionic systems, XMobots developed Nauru 1000C that counts on 2 automatic autopilots, assuring redundance in all systems of the aircraft and offering a high security level in its operations.

Nauru 1000C System counts on the following subsystems:

RPA Nauru 1000C

Gyro stabilized optronic for XSIS ISTAR applications

Container for the transportation of Nauru 1000C System, including GCS.

GMTI and SAR radars
3D scanners

GDT (Ground Data Terminals), DLT (Data Link Terminal (DLT)

Including other infrastructure itens for support

Concept for the operation of the RPA Nauru 1000C

7,7 m

Wingspan

2,9 m

Length

0,98 m

Height

Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW):

150 kg

Maximum Payload Weight:

18,0 kg

7,7 m

Wingspan

2,9 m

Length

0,98 m

Height

Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW):

150 kg

Maximum Payload Weight:

18,0 kg

VTOL

Vertical Take-off and Landing 

Hybrid propulsion

Combustion engine and electric motors (fixed-wing engine, multi-rotor octacopter)

Multi mission aircraft

ISTAR, Electronic warfare, Target detection, Transportation etc (depending on the payload)

10 hours of autonomy

Cruise speed of 60 kt, service ceiling of 10,000 ft

VTOL

Vertical Take-off and Landing

Hybrid propulsion

Combustion engine and electric motors (fixed-wing engine, multi-rotor octacopter)

Multimission aircraft

IRVA, Electronic warfare, Target detection, Transportation etc (depending on the payload)

Autonomy of 10 hours

Cruise speed of 60 kt, service ceiling of 10,000 ft

XSIS GIMBAL SYSTEM

Nauru 1000C is a high tech system that also counts on a stabilized turret with optronics that brings images in electro-optical (EO), medium wave infrared (MWIR), laser range finder (LRF) and laser pointer (LP) for surveillance, reconnaissance, intelligence and target detection missions.

XSIS (XMobots Stabilized Imaging System), developed by XMobots, consists of a high-performance 85µ rad stabilizing system, responsible for the stabilization of the following components:

  • EO sensor (Electric-Optical camera);
  • MWIR sensor (Medium Wave Infra Red camera);
  • Laser Range Finder (calculates the distance from the target);
  • InfraRed Laser Pointer.
  • EO sensor (Electric-Optical camera);
  • MWIR sensor (Medium Wave InfraRed camera);
  • Laser Range Finder (calculates the distance from the target);
  • InfraRed Laser Pointer.

This system allows the capture of stabilized HD daylight and night images (using the thermal camera). XSIS sensor indicates the target coordinates, automatic tracking of moving targets, as well as target designation and detection using invisible laser.

Gimbal-descricao-Recuperado

XMobots XSIS

85 𝜇rad RMS stabilization

Mechanical Rotating Limits:
Pan 360° continuous
Tilt  -90° to +10°

Weight 6,0kg

Typical power: 50 W

SHELTER/ CONTAINER

Nauru 1000C System still counts on a ground control station for the Nauru 1000C unmanned aircraft and the XSIS gimbal. This station was projected as a container and developed by XMobots.
It is possible to control the whole system from a 2,5ton mobile unit station (Shelter).

The Container/ Shelter presents the possibility to store 3 RPAs, 2 GDTs (Ground Data Terminal – Telecommunications system with automatic pointing) and 3 GCS (Ground Control Station), and it still serves as a shelter for the operations team during a mission.

With its GCS, the container presents a digital fingerprint access, emergency lights, air conditioning and ergonomic sits, reducing the stress during a mission.

The Container/ Shelter presents the possibility to store 3 RPAs, 2 GDTs (Ground Data Terminal – Telecommunications system with automatic pointing) and 3 GCS (Ground Control Station), and it still serves as a shelter for the operations team during a mission.

With its GCS, the container presents a digital fingerprint access, emergency lights, air conditioning and ergonomic sits, reducing the stress during a mission.

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The multifunctional GCS were developed to substitute the traditional laptop during missions that demand ergonomy and surveillance equipment, reducing the pilots´ workload and assuring the mission´s sucess.

These are the 3 functionalities that can be checked on the 21,5″ touchscreens:

Instrumentation of the RPA´s primary data (XCockpit)

Maps

(aircraft and target´s coordinates and FOV; inclination limit of the filmed target, angular position of the EOIR sensor; zoom, air traffic, weather)

General interface of command

And when the Shetler is configured with 3 GCS, the operation is executed this way:

GCS 1

RPA 1´s remote operation

GCS 2

Sensors operation and option of redundancy

GCS 3

RPA2´s remote operation

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