Veyer – ЭНИКС

Veyer Remote Observation System

Purpose of the system

The system is designed for round-the-clock airborne optoelectronic reconnaissance and provides:

  • Visual search of reconnaissance objects by the operator in real time;
  • Detection and identification of reconnaissance objects;
  • Pinpointing the exact location of these objects with coordinates displayed on the ground control panel via GLONASS / GPS.

Recommended applications

The system is designed for round-the-clock airborne optoelectronic reconnaissance and provides:

  • Monitoring the ground situation, protecting territories and objects from the air
  • Border patrols, coast guard patrols, and control of territorial waters
  • Search-and-rescue support
  • Monitoring the condition of highways and railways
  • Monitoring the condition of oil and gas pipelines and power lines
  • Environmental monitoring of land territories
  • Aerial urban reconnaissance
  • Ice situation monitoring
  • Monitoring the ground situation during forest fires
  • Monitoring settlements cut off by floods
  • Monitoring the state of engineering structures during ice drift.

Technical characteristics of the system

Range limited by transmission of HD video in real time, km 10
Airspeed range, km/h 0-50
Navigation GPS, GLONASS, airborne
Maximum takeoff weight, kg 4
Maximum payload, kg up to 1
Flight duration, min 40—60, depending on payload
Basic flight modes * autonomous, automatic, semi-automatic
Engine type Electric engine
Operating temperature range -30°С to +40°С

* Flight modes:

  • Autonomous — by uploading the task programme into the onboard memory before launch, the flight can be performed in the radio silence mode of the onboard data transmission facilities and the absence of UAV control from the GCS.
  • Automatic — the task programme is uploaded into the onboard memory before launch; it can be adjusted mid-flight from the GCS.
  • Semi-automatic — the UAV flight direction and/or height is controlled by commands from the GCS.


The system is delivered ready for operation after undergoing mandatory flight tests.