Automatic Take-off and Landing System (OKIS) is a mono pulse transponder tracking radar which is used for take-off and landing phases of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). OKİS consists of two subsystems; OKIS Airborne Segment and OKIS Ground Segment. OKIS Airborne Segment is a transponder with its antenna set installed on the UAVs and OKIS Ground Segment is mono pulse interrogator radar installed in the sideline of the runway. OKIS Airborne Segment having small size and weight could be used in almost any kind of UAVs without having any significant capacity degradation on payload capacity.
OKIS Ground Segment provides a safe and precise take-off/landing by feeding accurate UAV’s 3D position information (range, bearing, elevation) to Ground Control Station (GCS).
OKIS has a strong mobility with its two man lift feature and easy installation and de-installation feature in a very short time. OKIS has a robust design against the battlefield conditions and mission reliability requirements and it facilitates ground operators to take-off and land UAVs in both ends of the runways.
Due to the unprotected nature of GPS signals against various jamming techniques, OKIS provides a reliable solution especially in wartime for the automatic take-off and landing processes of UAVs.
OKIS also could be used for improving take-off and landing capability of helicopters during adverse weathers and night operations.
- Operational in adverse weather conditions & GPS-denied environments
- Suitable for mid-range UAVs having small radar cross sections
- No multipath effects
- Low RF power requirements
- Long detection and tracking range
- EW protection
- Highly portable (two-man lift feature)