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TTSI     !!!!!!!   High-Endurance Flight Technology


for Military and Government Agencies


http://tacticalservicesinc.com/products/


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Technology

The Tech Advantage



Flexibility and long flight times are some of the key benefits of Tactical Services UAVs. Here's a brief look at the technology that goes into the company's unique designs:
High-performance hybrid engines

The D100, A100, and E100 hybrid engines have been optimized to run on diesel or AVGAS. In addition, they feature auto-off capabilities when lift is not required as calculated by the internal computer systems.
Fuel systems

Custom-designed carbon-fiber fuel bladders allow for significant weight reduction, aid in fuel delivery during altitude pressure changes, and guarantee unadulterated fuel delivery to the UAV engines. Fuel delivery is electric-pump based to maintain positive flow rate.
Flight management system (FMS)

The onboard FMS calculates optimal flight patterns based on mission parameters, and can have a mission sent to it to follow or take direct instructions from the base station operator. Mission parameters are sent to the FMS from a browser-based system (based on Google Earth). The FMS also contains systems for the UAV to maintain flight, avoid stalls, start/stop engine, and auto return to home based on fuel or loss of communications. The FMS and starter are powered by dual-redundant, high-power lithium-ion batteries.
Hot-swap bays

Each UAV has a hot-swap bay in its nacelle, allowing the operator to insert the mission-specific electronics, such as photo/video, sonar, radio jamming, or other. A second, smaller bay accepts various communication modules, including long-range WiFi, LTE/3G, satellite, or a combination thereof. This system "future proofs" each UAV: As newer modules are introduced over time, there is no need to swap out the UAV—just acquire the new module.

Redundant coverage

When two or more of Tactical Services UAVs are paired with one another, they form a redundant coverage network for a given mission. While one UAV is on mission and due to return home, a paired UAV can be launched that will automatically take up the continuation of the mission without missing any data. All paired UAVs will write to the same databases and video/photo storage networks. If running photo/video modules, all information will also be stored on-board, shock-proof SSD drives.
 
 
Easy launch capabilities

Any pressurized air source—as little as a bike pump for the U300 and U500—can be used as the launch propellant. The larger models include a built-in countdown system for launch so the operator isn't required to be close to the UAV.




 

Products

Our UAVs



Tactical Services fills a current gap in the UAV market between expensive, high-operating-cost drones with weapon and surveillance capabilities and small, short-range "copter-style" or hand-launched surveillance drones with very short flight times. 

The Tactical Services lineup of fixed-wing UAVs is purpose-built for surveillance, monitoring, and radio relaying—combining easy deployment with cost-effectiveness, due to the standardized modules across all models. 

Long flight times allow the company's UAVs to loiter over a specific target or region for up to several days, while relaying chosen information/imagery to a remote ground station via LTE/3G, long-range RF, or modules that enable communicating with the UAVs via the Iridium satellite network when LTE/3G or RF are not an option. 

Tactical Services UAVs also offer significant flexibility, providing a base flight format and mission-specific hot-swap modules that provide capabilities including high-resolution video/photos, infrared video/photo, radio relay, directional-listening equipment, cellular interception, laser targeting, sonar, radar, RF jamming, and weather analysis. 

In addition, little training is required for operation, with the exception of the largest U900 (10–12 hours of instruction). The UAVs are operated by manual joystick controls, using a tablet device connected to a handheld RF receiver. Redundant base stations allow two operators, with only one controlling the UAV at any given time.
 
U300

Tactical’s smallest UAV has a wingspan of 2.96 meters and an optimal flight altitude of 3,000 feet, and is designed for primary missions of visual surveillance, radio operations, and laser targeting. The U300 is intuitive to assemble and deploy with multiple mission-control methods possible after minimal training.
Wingspan: 2.96 meters
Optimal flight altitude: 3,000 feet
Flight time: ~20 hours
U500

Tactical’s medium UAV has a wingspan of 5.15 metres and an optimal flight altitude of 5,000 feet, and is designed for primary missions of visual surveillance, radio operations, laser targeting, and weather analysis. It is designed for intuitive assembly and flight management, with operator training under 2 hours.
Wingspan: 5.15 meters
Optimal flight altitude: 5,000 feet
Flight time: ~27 hours (extendable to 33 hours)

U700

Tactical’s medium UAV has a wingspan of 7.0 metres and an optimal flight altitude of 5,000 feet, and is designed for primary missions of visual surveillance, radio operations, laser targeting, weather analysis, and underwater detection. The unit is designed for intuitive assembly and flight management, and operator training is under two hours.
Wingspan: 7.0 meters
Optimal flight altitude: 5,000 feet
Flight time: ~43 hours (extendable to 47 hours)
U900

Tactical’s large UAV has a wingspan of 9.25 metres and an optimal flight altitude of 10000, and is designed for multiple primary missions of visual surveillance, radio operations, laser targeting, weather analysis, and underwater detection. It is designed for intuitive assembly and flight management, and operator training is approximately 15 hours.
Wingspan: 9.25 meters
Optimal flight altitude: 10,000 feet
Flight time: ~51 hours (extendable to 58 hours)

Our UAVs



  U300 U500 U700 U900
Typical Flight Time 19 hours 27 hours 43 hours ~51 hours
Fuel Type AVGAS AVGAS AVGAS AVGAS
Auto Start/Stop Engine  
Auto Feather Prop  
Auto-Launch Capable    
Paired Mode  
# Carbon Fuel Bladders 1 2 2 4
Onboard SSD Option    x2  x3
# of Simultaneous Modules 1 1 2 3
# of Simultaneous Mini-Modules 1 2 2 3
Optimal Cruise Altitude (feet) 3000 5000 5000 10000
Ceiling (feet) 8000 8000 8000 14000
Cruise Speed (knots) 28 28 41 ~68
Weather Module Capable  
Sonar Module Capable    
Satellite Mini-Module Capable    
Emergency Parachute Capable      
Redundant Base Station Capable  

Tactical Services (TTSI)

$ 0.0619-0.0121 | -16.35%
 
November 22, 2017 3:58 PMESTVolume: 6,040,155
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VWAP
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#323  Sticky Note TTSI~~FLOAT 22M, O/S 82M, Insiders m1999 11/22/17 03:10:00 PM
#536   thecapt hits the nail on the head! aladdinsane 12/07/17 08:52:12 PM
#535   The run that is coming will be in thecapt 12/07/17 12:33:09 PM
#534   We shall see. Been churning here in benchman 12/07/17 09:26:58 AM
#533   wee kanonman 12/06/17 05:08:23 PM
#532   just hiding kanonman 12/06/17 04:24:36 PM
#531   looking up from here kanonman 12/06/17 04:22:06 PM
#530   Where did all the pumpers go? Hiding thecapt 12/04/17 08:04:15 PM
#529   I agree, I just placed my sell order, NewTrader2017 12/04/17 07:44:37 PM
#528   This was my first stock purchase on my Dr mac 12/04/17 06:13:00 PM
#527   You and others are welcome. At the very AlphaDog1 12/02/17 01:45:36 PM
#526   The biggest problem I see with their last AmP744 12/01/17 03:23:14 PM
#525   AlphaDog1, thank you very much!!!!!!!!!!! stupidmeshame 12/01/17 01:54:34 PM
#524   I'm out of here. Will check back thecapt 11/30/17 04:45:17 PM
#523   Looks like the buyers have dried up too. thecapt 11/30/17 04:21:08 PM
#522   I’m surprised that this lasted so long. RSClee 11/30/17 04:19:23 PM
#521   You've never been more correct. It is thecapt 11/30/17 04:14:10 PM
#520   Bid / Size 0.035 / 67,000 NewTrader2017 11/30/17 12:41:24 PM
#519   Yes, I agree, little downside from this point. benchman 11/30/17 12:27:30 PM
#518   Isn't the volume dried up? NewTrader2017 11/30/17 12:24:36 PM
#517   Looks like it's going to test the low benchman 11/30/17 11:45:41 AM
#516   Obviously you have not been reading the flow thecapt 11/30/17 11:36:38 AM
#515   does anyone know where is this heading? i NewTrader2017 11/30/17 12:02:18 AM
#514   Thanks AlphaDog1 dumbassluadd 11/29/17 09:59:16 PM
#513   Now that was funny... zatafour 11/29/17 09:18:49 PM
#512   This dog is not worth the expense of aladdinsane 11/29/17 08:56:31 PM
#511   Have those reading this board figured out why thecapt 11/29/17 07:05:52 PM
#510   @ Nazar -- Trick was to get out RSClee 11/29/17 02:27:35 PM
#509   i could not believe I am so stupid stupidmeshame 11/29/17 01:50:43 PM
#508   I will make up my lose and then zatafour 11/29/17 08:27:15 AM
#507   Yeah I believe your correct.. down roughly 50% johnadamo 11/29/17 08:20:47 AM
#506   Lol Nazar3 11/28/17 11:12:36 PM
#505   Hottest play on the OTC PEEPS load up TTSI!!! Yo-Yo 11/28/17 02:57:06 PM
#504   Looks that way for this next round. benchman 11/28/17 01:09:31 PM
#503   is this the bottom?? NewTrader2017 11/28/17 01:06:03 PM
#502   Yeah lots of shares bought above this price, Yo-Yo 11/28/17 11:12:12 AM
#501   Some .05 hits coming in now, maybe getting benchman 11/28/17 11:07:42 AM
#500   ASCM top bid now Awl416 11/28/17 10:12:26 AM
#499   Get this drone moving TTSI!!! Yo-Yo 11/28/17 09:23:16 AM
#498   Duudddeee... johnadamo 11/28/17 12:42:45 AM
#497   Leaned a thing or two from this play... zatafour 11/27/17 08:30:25 PM
#496   After the initial tank, emails were sent out Nazar3 11/27/17 06:53:41 PM
#495   I see a return to the Oct levels aladdinsane 11/27/17 03:49:37 PM
#494   kanonman 11/27/17 03:28:09 PM
#493   Nope...he moved on to another POS that has retireat40 11/27/17 03:05:57 PM
#492   Anyone surprised that m1999 has flown the coop? RSClee 11/27/17 03:00:20 PM
#491   it might get there, just needs some traction. kanonman 11/27/17 12:26:21 PM
#490   With usernames like that I’m not surprised Awl416 11/27/17 10:48:10 AM
#489   StupidMeShame and DumbAssLUADD, posted this before but pumper AlphaDog1 11/27/17 10:34:01 AM
#488   Looks like the pumpers left the party...GLTA here. retireat40 11/27/17 09:47:22 AM
#487   Lol. Total BS in my opinion. retireat40 11/26/17 10:51:43 AM
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