HERO 120

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Portable Anti-Tank Loitering Munition System

The Hero-120 is medium range anti-armored system, designed to provide front-line forces with organic capabilities that allow them to operate independently, without having to rely on fire support or intelligence gathering from other units or higher echelons.

Being man-portable and/or mounted on a vehicle the system can be easily carried right in to the heart of the operational arena, and easily launched from a protected, hidden position, with very low signature, allowing the launching team maximum safety and flexibility. 

The Hero-120 systems are especially designed to provide significant advantage to field-deployed tactical units and small independent and dismounted forces (including Special Forces). They allow these forces to employ a unique combination of independent Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR) Ability, along with extended-range Beyond Line of Sight (BLOS) fire-power.

Unparalled Organic Lethality

The Hero-120 is launched pneumatically from a launcher generating low acoustic and visual signatures. Once launched, the system provides the operator with the ability to independently locate targets, ‘investigate’ them (using a gimbaled Electro-Optic & Infra-Red camera), choose the direction, the angle and the timing of the attack, and eventually engage the target with pin-point precision. If the situation changes at the last minute the operator can abort the attack in mid-air, return to loitering, and then re-engage the target, choose a different target or stop the mission completely.

Operating and controlling the Loitering Munition is done by the operator (man-in-the-loop at all times) by using communication (datalink-terminal) and hand-held Fire-Control Unit (FCU/OCU). 

The Hero-120 also enables ‘transfer of control’ from the operator to a forward-deployed force that can receive control over the munition and fully utilize it for its missions.

Targets

Tanks

Armor Vehicles

Personnel

Launch Platforms

Ground Lancher

Navel Platforms

Heavy Vehicles

Aerial Platforms

Launch Platforms

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The Hero-30 system presents the following features:

  • Pinpoint strikes with minimal collateral damage
  • Allows front-line forces quick independent capability to locate, track and engage targets
  • The system’s automation and intuitive user interface eliminates the need for operators with previous background and experience
  • Full abort and re-engage capability
  • Attack at any angle up to vertical, from a wide verity of directions
  • GPS or manually selected target areas
  • Lightweight and man-pack portable
  • Low noise, low thermal signature, and low RCS
  • Pneumatic launch
  • High-speed transit flight and low-speed loitering
  • Real-time live video imagery to the Operator Control Unit (OCU) using a fully gimbaled, stabilized EO payload with an on-board auto-tracker
  • All-aspect maneuverability against stationary or moving targets BLOS

 

 
Product
HERO 30
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Flight Endurance
30 min
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Range (km)
Up to 30 Km
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Warhead Type
Anti-Personnel
Anti- Material
(i.e. Light Skin Vehicle)
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Weight (kg)
7.8 kg with Canister
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Man-Portable (Back Packed)
Yes
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Typical Operating Altitude (AGL)
650-1650 feet
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Power
Electrical
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Camera (for ISR, Tracking and attacking)
Three Gimbals (EO/IR)
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Launch Method
Canister
(Pneumatic Launch)
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Communality (use same operating equipment within Family of Munitions)
Yes
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Choice of attack angle
“Top Attack” capability
Yes
 

Launch Platforms

The Hero-30 is capable of being operated on board of various platforms. it can be Man packed, mounted on a variaty of vehicles, and on small vessels. The compact size and low weight, ideally suit tactical, on-the-move forces, geared to “hunt” mobile and transient threats. 

Example Operational Scenarios:

  • Urban Warfare – launching the Hero-30 “around the corner” in order not to expose the infantry forces to enemy fire, while gathering information regarding threats, obstacles, enemy locations, etc.
  • Special Forces – operations in diversified conditions and situations of either pre-planned missions or or as a quick reaction to opportunities or threats.
  • Mobile Forces – such as forces mounted on armored vehicles, with the task of locating dispersed enemy units.