QBase Tactical

ISR Mission Planning and Reconnaissance Software



Increased live situational awareness and after-action analysis.

QBase Tactical allows for intuitive control of the Vector™ and Scorpion™ ISR sUAS and payloads using the Skynav Ground Controller or a Panasonic Toughbook. QBase Tactical supports QuickStart missions without prior planning to meet the requirements of governmental authorities, like law enforcement or the military. All aircraft and sensor data received by the ground controller is stored locally for post-mission analysis.

The most convenient software solution to plan and conduct ISR missions with Quantum-Systems sUAS.

These are the benefits of using QBase Tactical

Intuitive and easy to use

Plan, execute and analyze aerial ISR missions anytime, anywhere with just a few clicks.

  • Intuitive control of hardware and sensor via physical joysticks or on-screen clicks
  • Automatic detection of sensor changes and adjustment of settings
  • 3D viewing and 3D planning
  • Wind forecast and accurate information about mission status

Safe and covert operations

QBase Tactical helps sUAS operators to stay covert.

  • Automatic tracking and guidance modes let the aircraft follow a target
  • Programmable distance to target to ensure image quality
  • Display of wind direction and aircraft shadow on the ground

Efficiency in decision making

QBase Tactical saves valuable time.

  • QuickStart missions within minutes – no prior planning required
  • Live display of sensor image enhanced with additional metadata
  • Mission logs support in-flight replays, review of critical events and after flight analysis
  • Points-of-interest can be annotated in mission logs during or after flight
  • Export of images and videos during or after flight

System Requirements

Vector™ and Scorpion™ ISR sUAS are delivered with a ground controller that fulfills the system requirements to run QBase Tactical. The options are the Skynav Ground Controller (7 " Active Matrix, color LCD 1280x800, tablet platform, integrated joysticks) and a Panasonic Toughbook (14 inches screen diagonal, 1920x1080 pixels screen resolution, rugged laptop).