UAVOS is developing its own gyro-stabilised 3-axis gimbal.
It confirmed the new product would offer an integrated day-to-day FHD video camera and 30x optical zoom with Ethernet output.
The gimbal has an extended temperature range of operation and is suited for harsh environments.
UAVOS says the new design will offer a compact size, low weight of 1.2kg, and a strong mechanical aluminum-cased structure.
In addition, the new UAVOS Gimbal will integrate with UAVOS’ autopilot to allow the obtaining of coordinates of ground objects.
Aliaksei Stratsilatau, chairman of the board and lead developer, commented: “Our gimbal has already shown good results when operating in southern regions with hot and tropical climates being installed on a Fixed Wing UAV aircraft, and parachuting to hard-rock areas. All landings underwent without damage.”
He added: “UAVOS will be an exhibitor at Xponetial 2019 in Chicago, with a major presence covering its entire range of commercial unmanned aircraft, defence, and helicopter UAV products and services, moreover, a number of products will be shown for the first time.”