CM62 Micro Gimbal

CM62 Micro Gimbal

Designed for integration into small uncrewed aerial systems (sUAS), the CM62 Micro Gimbal is an innovative multi-sensor gyro-stabilised imaging system for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) operations. Now with on-gimbal automated object recognition, the CM62 empowers the operator to detect and identify targets with greater precision for mission success.

Situational awareness at day and night – Combining high-resolution electro-optical (EO) capability with 50x zoom, and long-wave infrared (LWIR) with digital zoom, the CM62 delivers long-range intelligence both day and night.

260g total weight – With on-board video processing and a compact total system weight of 260g, the CM62 keeps payload weight low to enable longer flight duration. On-board video processing features include object tracking, scene tracking, roll stabilisation, e-stabilisation, multi-sensor streaming, and H.265 encoding, enabled with advanced Altitude Control and GEO-lock control functionality.

On-Gimbal Automated Object Recognition – AVT Australia’s on-gimbal automated object recognition speeds up decision making to allow the operator to focus on the important things, reducing operator workload and increasing mission autonomy. This feature highlights both stationary and moving objects on screen for easier recognition during an ISR mission.

Reliable Operation – For reliability in all-weather conditions and environments, the CM62 is ruggedised to an IP67 rating.

The CM62 Family is MAVLink Compatible

The CM62 Micro Gimbal family is compatible with MAVLink for quicker and easier integration onto your platform, saving you time to focus on the more important things.

To make things even better, autopilot and payload can be controlled from the same tablet to make managing your mission even easier.

On-Gimbal Automated Object Recognition as Standard Feature on CM62 Gimbals

On-gimbal object recognition speeds up decision making to allow the operator to focus on the important things, therefore reducing operator workload and increasing mission autonomy.

This feature highlights both stationary and moving objects, such as people, vehicles, aircraft, and boats, on screen for easier recognition during an ISR mission. The CM62 sets a new standard in ISR payloads by combining the CM62’s high-quality imagery with automated object recognition in an IP67-rated 260g payload.

All processing is performed 100% on the gimbal, with no additional hardware required. As a standard feature on the CM62, there is no additional cost.


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Gary Mortimer

Founder and Editor of sUAS News | Gary Mortimer has been a commercial balloon pilot for 25 years and also flies full-size helicopters. Prior to that, he made tea and coffee in air traffic control towers across the UK as a member of the Royal Air Force.