From 1 st June 2021, AVT Australia will be launching its CM62 Micro Gimbal at Land
Forces, at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. The gimbal will be on display on the AVT Australia booth (#1P3), alongside AVT Australia’s range of imaging systems for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR).

The CM62 Micro Gimbal is an innovative, multi-sensor imaging system that combines high definition electro-optical (EO) imagery and a custom long-wave infrared (LWIR) core in a 260g, compact system. Developed under a Defence Innovation Hub (DIH) contract, the CM62 offers high-performance intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), in a small, lightweight and low-power system to enhance future small unmanned aerial system (sUAS) operations.

“We are proud to announce the public launch of the CM62 Micro Gimbal, which will
deliver innovative surveillance capabilities for Group 1 UAS missions” said Joel Pineiro, Managing Director at AVT Australia, “The CM62 represents a new generation of miniature surveillance systems that is capable of delivering accurate

daylight and thermal imaging, with superior onboard processing features, in a system
that weighs as little as 260g. This system will have a significant impact on the future-
warfighter during sUAS operations.”

For the very first time, the CM62 Micro Gimbal will be on display to the public. AVT Australia encourages delegates to view the system on the AVT Australia booth (#1P3) at Land Forces.

AVT Australia is a leading supplier of lightweight, gyro-stabilised and multi-sensor
imaging systems for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, and target
acquisition operations. Since 2009, AVT Australia has been recognised for its expertise in advanced engineering services and has become a trusted supplier of
imaging solutions and software development for the Australian Defence Force (ADF)
and international customers. Its systems are supporting airborne, ground and
maritime operations in over 50 countries.

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