Thursday, 28 February 2019 02:44

Sypaq's SUAS selected by Army for Further Development Featured

Australian Defence Alliance member, SYPAQ has had their Corvo X  system selected for further development and capability demonstration for the first half of 2019 after having successfully proving the concept to the Australian Army. 

This exciting development was announced by Major General Kathryn Toohey, Head of Land Capability for Army, at Avalon International Airshow on 26th February 2019. SYPAQ was one of three industry and research organisations to be awarded a concept exploration contract through Defence Innovation Hub Special Notice in April 2018,in response to Army's requirements for its future man-portable Small Unmanned Aerial System (SUAS) capability. 

The Corvo X is a next-generation, man portable SUAS that will provide the Australian Army with significant capability improvement over currently fielded SUAS. It is the result of an innovative design that is pushing the boundaries of new technology, keeping SYPAQ at the forefront of complex systems integration and capability delivery in the C4ISREW domain. 

 

 

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