The CM62 Micro Gimbal is a 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. 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.
“The CM62 represents a new generation of surveillance systems,” said John Mengucci, President and CEO at CACI. “Engineered for the modern battlefield, the CM62 is designed to provide superior capability against the evolving threats that our Sailors, Marines, and warfighters are facing against our technologically savvy adversaries. This technology will have a significant impact on survivability and resiliency during sUAS operations and beyond.”
CACI is a leading supplier of lightweight, gyro-stabilized, and multi-sensor imaging systems for ISR and target acquisition operations. Smaller, lighter, lower-power systems reduce resource requirements on equipment and provide more efficient capability. Integrating smaller-profile multi-sensor imaging systems onto existing platforms ensures battlefield equipment and tools are ready for the mission.
CACI acquired Ascent Vision Technologies (AVT) in 2020, which has been recognized for advanced engineering and a trusted supplier of imaging solutions and software development for global national security missions.
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