Low-Altitude Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance
LAISR is an adaptive, multi-role aircraft with a diverse payload. Shifting between various CONOPs, LAISR can be a passive listener that gathers social patterns. Used offensively, LAISR can deny wireless service, either broadly or selectively, and spoof mobile communications. With the ability to track, to identify, to listen and watch, LAISR is suited for border security, coastal surveillance, critical asset protection and tactical reconnaissance.
The airframe is a (New Zealand) Pacific Aerospace PAC P-750 XSTOL low-wing utility aircraft, powered by a 750 hp (560 kW) Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 turboprop.
LAISR is well-suited for a variety of missions including Border Security, Special Missions, Pattern-of-Life analysis, and GSM Mapping.
The LAISR Airborne Platform is a complete package with:
Two Airborne Operators
Two Field Service Technicians
All crew members have real-world operational experience. Together, they bring years of experience in aviation, logistics, maintenance, flight testing, analysis, intelligence collection, software development, signal engineering and building multi-nation military partnerships.
LAISR mission payload
Mobile Phone GSM Interception
COMINT and DF Suite