Controp EO/IR Camera

Turning Vision Into Reality


CONTROP product lines include the following:

  • High performance Stabilized Observation Payloads used for day and night surveillance onboard: UAVs, Small UAVs, Helicopters, VTOLs, Light Aircraft, Maritime Boats, USVs, Ground Vehicles and UGVs.
  • High performance wide-area coverage (real time) EO stabilized payloads for day and night reconnaissance onboard UAVs and Light Aircrafts (A/Cs).
  • Automatic passive Intruder Detection Systems for perimeter security, border protection, protection of important facilties including airports, ports, harbours and coastal surveillance.
  • Thermal Imaging Cameras with high performance continuous zoom lens.
CONTROP provides some of the most innovative solutions for surveillance and reconnaissance activities used in the world today and CONTROP products are operationally proven in many of the most challenging security and defense programs worldwide.
Controp iSea Family – Maritime Surveillance Systems
Controp STAMP Family – Short Range Stabilized EO/IR Payloads
Controp’s SPEED-ER System



  • ELI-8950



Mobile phones can provide vital survivor location information to first responders and emergency
search & rescue teams. The Res-Q-Cell system delivers high accuracy 3-dimensional geo-location of
mobile phones, enabling detection of survivors and casualties buried under wreckage sites.
Res-Q-Cell is designed for a wide range of search & rescue scenarios, including post terror attack
wreckage sites, earthquakes, war and combat zones, and location of missing persons in urban or
remote areas.
Res-Q-Cell supports world-wide cellular networks and provides passive and active capabilities.
The system detects mobile phones within a predefined area, identifies the mobile phones, supports
white list & black lists, and provides highly accurate 3-dimensional Geo-Locations of survivors under
the wreckage. The system can be installed on a variety of platforms, including, but not limited to,
tactical man-packs, soft vehicles, armored vehicles, tactical aerostats, helicopter and UAVs

Main Features

 Detects multiple cellular phones in a designated area of operation
 High accuracy 3-dimensional Geo-Location of survivor’s mobile phones in wreckage sites
 Activates cellular phones in idle mode to allow detection & location
 Operates on both GSM / UMTS networks
 Supports multiple cellular networks simultaneously
 Can establish an independent mobile network (when mobile networks are offline or damaged due to the disaster).

RES-Q-Cell At-a-Glance

 Fast – near real-time detection of survivors in wreckage sites
 Simple – an easy-to-use user interface
 Highly Accurate 3-dimensional geo-location of mobile phones in wreckage sites (including under ruins)

RES-Q-CELL is a Life Saving System

LE-1000 Driving Simulator


Decision-Making Driver Training
FAAC is dedicated to providing the highest fidelity in training products on the market. Our core focus is simulation technology that provides your officers with a life-like virtual training environment. Understanding your training objectives and budget, FAAC works with you to develop your optimum training solution.
FAAC’s pedigree in professional driver training simulation is unparalleled. FAAC maintains a comprehensive in-house team to support the Public Safety market. We focus on a Customer-for-Life philosophy to understand, develop, deliver, and support your specific training program.

Police Driver Training Simulator

FAAC’s LE-1000 is an advanced training system developed for Emergency Vehicle Operator training to teach and assess judgment and decision-making skills. A comprehensive training curriculum ensures both instructor and student have the most advanced tools in the industry at their fingertips.

Driver Cab Features

• Industry-leading EVO training curriculum package
• Multi-skill scenario library
• Single or multi-student role-play
• Comprehensive Train-the-Trainer syllabus
• Generic or custom vehicle hardware
• Reconfigurable instrumentation graphics
• High fidelity interactive environmental cues
• 3 DOF motion cues
• Current fleet-vehicle handling models
• Fixed facility or mobile compatible
• Cross-training interoperability with MILO Range force option simulator

Optional Features

  • Simulated Mobile Data Terminal (SMDT)
  • After-Action Scenario Review System (AASR) with synchronized live video and audio playback
  • Advanced Tactical Instructor Package (includes AASR/SMDT/Active Radio)
  • Apple iPhone/iPad/iTouch APP for remote instructor controls
  • Rabbit/flying eyepoint
  • Multi-simulator network
  • Active Radio

Specifications: FAAC’s proprietary software system enables the student vehicle to respond to the environment and operator maneuvers, such as speed, road friction, wind and driver inputs.

  • Footprint no larger than 10′ x 5 ½” with a nominal eye-to-screen viewing distance of 32″ (varies as a function of seat position)
  • Components are easily disassembled and can fit through a standard 36″ x 80″ single door
  • Each instructor operator station can control up to four VIP-5 simulators, so instructors can conduct coordinated response training or several individual sessions independently
  • Windows®-based computer and operating systems ensure that off-the-shelf products can be used, making upgrades simple and cost effective
  • High fidelity, dynamic Doppler effect surround sound for continuous and asynchronous vehicle sounds to enhance acceleration, deceleration, and cornering – other sounds include engine speed, road noise, tire skidding, brake application, and collisions with vehicles and other objects, such as signs, road markers, trees and buildings

Pursuit Response Driving Simulator Training

Scenario Toolbox

The Scenario Toolbox is a lesson-building tool gives instructors the freedom to craft a custom exercise based on training need. For example, if your agency is experiencing a spike in right-side pedestrian knockdowns you can build a scenario that reinforces proper right-side mirror use and space management. Many agencies use the Scenario Toolbox to script lessons based on annual accident statistics. Use the Scenario Toolbox to train new and experienced drivers in a variety of skills.

  • Re-certification
  • Training
  • Refresher courses
  • Post-accident reviews
  • Basic skills like turns, forward planning, defensive driving
  • Several models of student vehicles
  • More than 60 passenger and commercial scriptable vehicles
  • Up to four virtual worlds in which to script specific training lessons
  • 2D development screen and 3D preview screen
  • Objects such as tree overhangs, construction barriers, bus stops, buildings, traffic signs, etc.
  • Traffic light and driver audio controls

Trainers can access easy-to-use features to build scenarios.

  • Build basic fundamental scripts for new hires
  • Create complex, advanced scripts for veteran drivers
  • Reinforce training against specific accident types
  • Instructors can pause scripts to discuss procedures, techniques, and reinforcement
  • Switch to overhead view to review and reinforce street-level situations
  • Replay a student’s driving lesson to discuss and reinforce what went well and what didn’t

DRIVINGFORCE: The Only Fully Integrated Driving And Force Options Simulator:

Nothing more closely matches the scenarios officers face during a patrol cycle than the compressed situational dynamics of a DrivingForce training exercise. Officers will do exactly the same things in the training room that they do on duty: receiving and responding to a call in their patrol car, conducting an investigation or a field interview, making a simulated arrest, or even implementing a level of force necessary to gain compliance from a subject.




42003 Birdeye 650D












Advanced long endurance SMALL TACTICAL UAS (STUAS), providing real-time day/night imagery data for urban operation and over-the-hill intelligence.

Main Features and Capabilities

  • Wide coverage, stabilized day/night payload and moving target tracker
  • Multiple payload capability
  • Fully automated and autonomous flight
  • Very low-visual and noise signature
  • Unique safety fail-safe recovery system

Typical Missions

  • Reconnaissance
  • Urban Operation
  • Counter-Terrorism
  • Law Enforcement
  • Patrol and Convoys Escort
  • Radio Relay


  • Mission Radius: 150 km
  • Endurance: >15 hr
  • Ceiling: >15000 ft
  • Loiter Speed: 40 kts
  • Maximum Speed: 80 kts

Technical Data

  • Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW): 30 kg
  • Maximum payload weight for full endurance: 5.5 kg
  • Gasoline fuel engine
  • Wingspan: 4 m

yourfile 650D

















Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) UAV System sets the new standard in mission envelope payload capability and system reliability.

The Heron TP Offers:

  • Multi-mission / multi Payload configuration
  • Large internal volume for variety of payloads
  • All weather capability
  • Satellite Communication (SATCOM) for extended range (Beyond Line of SIght – BLOS)
  • Operation above commercial traffic (Up to 45,000 ft)
  • Mission endurance above 30 hours
  • Triple redundant avionics
  • Automatic Taxi-Takeoff-Landing (ATOL system)
  • Certified to STANAG 4671
  • Compatibility with NATO Standards

Technical Data

  • Maximal Takeoff Weight: 5400 kg
  • Typical Mission Payload: 1000 kg
  • Wingspan: 26 m
  • Length: 14 m
  • 1200 hp PT6 Turboprop Engine
  • Max speed: 220 ktas

“Fully Operational with the Israeli Airforce”


GH N45 Howitzer

NORICUM GHN-45 is a 155mm 45-caliber towed field howitzer featuring longer range than competition. Produced in Austria it was introduced in the early 1980s. GHN-45 gun howitzer can hit targets at ranges of up to 40 kilometers. It was widely uses by Iraq during the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s. Afterwards it was employed by Iraq against the coalition forces during the Gulf War in 1991.



The ATAK programme was begun to meet the Turkish Armed Forces’ requirements for an attack and tactical reconnaissance helicopter. Turkey announced on 30 March 2007 that it had decided to negotiate with Agusta Westland to co-develop and produce 51 (with 40 options) attack helicopters based on the Agusta A129 Mangusta. It is to be assembled in Turkey by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) as the T-129. On 7 September 2007

– General characteristics
– Crew:2: pilot and co-pilot/gunner
– Length: 13.45 m (44 ft 1 in)/ Height: 3.4 m (11 ft 2in)
– Rotor diameter: 11.90 m (39 ft 0 in)
– Disc area: 111.22m2 (1,197.25 ft2)
– Empty weight: 2,350 kg
– Max. takeoff weight: 5,000 kg (11,023 lb)
– Powerplant: 2 x LHTEC CTS800-4A turboshaft, 1,014 kW (1,361 shp) each
– Propellers: 5-bladed main rotor
– Performance
– Maximun speed: 278 km/h (151 knots, 174 mph)
– Cruise speed: 269 km/h (145 konts, 167 mph)
– Range: 561 km (303 nmi, 341 mi)
– Ferry range: 1,000 km (540 nmi,620 mi)
– Service ceiling: 6,096 m (20,000 ft)
– Rate of climb: 14.0 m/s (2,750 ft/min)


SCATT systems will help experienced shooters to better their skills, and beginners the chance to shorten the time needed to learn shooting skills by a factor or two or three. Practicing in an average-size room you can use any type of weapon and simulate shooting at distances up to 1000 meters.

A general description of the training system

All systems operate on the following principles: An electronic optical sensor is fixed to the barrel of the weapon, or the compressed air cylinder of an air weapon. The shooter then aims at the electronic target. A trace of the point of aim can then be followed on a ‘real-time’ display screen. On activating the weapon trigger, the point of impact is then displayed on the screen. All results of the training session can be recorded for further analysis.