The SPAYK I, SCR’s Naval Surface System (USV)
The SPAYK I is an unmanned surface vessel (USV) developed by SCR. It has an autopilot control system that allows it to navigate autonomously, following a previously fixed route. With a length of 3.05 metres and a beam of 1.1 metres, it is the smallest model in the SPAYK family. It is fitted with a 90 CV gasoline engine that enables it to reach speeds of up to 35 knots.
To ensure safe navigation, the system incorporates different safety systems such as propulsion/electrical power cut-off switch to ensure engine shutdown and power cut-off from a vessel, safety redundancies in the event of communications failure, selection of exclusion zone causing immediate engine shutdown and auxiliary systems such as positioning beacon.
The system shares auxiliary equipment such as the ground station with the target drone range.
The SPAYK I can be configured as a naval target, with the possibility of towing a sub-target at a safe distance of up to 50 metres. It can also carry a wide range of payloads, such as visual signals, radars, amplifiers, smoke generators or cameras, among others
90 CV (67 KW), petrol