EMT X-13

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Introduction
The X-13 is an experimental UAV being developed by EMT Penzberg.

X-13 System
Land and ship based operation through take-off from pneumatic catapult and net landing with automatic approach control

All-weather capability with EO/IR/SAR sensory

Reconnaissance, identification and location in real-time

Capability as relay-UAV für greater range and low altitude missions

Designed for flights in military and civil controlled airspace

Control-station available for vehicles, ships and aircraft

Completion of mission flights even under icing conditions

Modular payload system for a wide range of sensors

Aircraft
Autonomous flight from take-off to landing

Flights with accelerated anti-hit profiles

Jamming resistant data link

8-channel video transmission

SAR sensor

IR sensor

Daylight color video sensor

High resolution digital still camera

Wingspan 510 cm

Take-off height approx. 130 kg

De-icing equipment

Heavy-fuel injection engine

Emergency Locator

Control Station
Computer assisted mission planning and flight control and sensor data interpretation

Integrated in C4 I structure

Co-ordination with military and civil air traffic control

System Characteristics
System range: 200 km (without relais UAV)
Endurance: 6 hours
Ceiling: 10 000 ft
Speed: 100 to 180 km/h
Take-off and landing: up to sea state 5
Transport: Deployment by air

Specs

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X-135.113018020063048

Manufacturer
CountryNameHeadquartersURL
GermanyEMT PenzbergPenzberghttp://www.emt-penzberg.de