Our autonomous Aerial Data Collection System ADCS, developed jointly with our partner COSERIMA, applies highly sophisticated software and hardware, focused on centralized management, autonomous flight programming, specific mission planning, collection, storage and Real-time data analysis.
To make flights, the system uses intelligent UAVs (drones), equipped with the latest technologies for detection, identification, capture and transmission of all types of information required. Centralized data management and storage allow simultaneous operation with an unlimited number of UAVs. All collected data, flight diaries and telemetry are stored in high security servers (Cloud) directly or through terrestrial bases (Nidos) for immediate or later analysis. The flights can be piloted directly by remote control (RC) or programmed as autonomous from Mobile Control Center or Control Center.
The system integrates the following technologies:
- Smart UAVs (drones)
- Mobile nests without / with tethering
- Stationary nests without / with tethering
- Anti Drones Defense
- Augmented Reality
- Artificial Intelligence
- Machine Learning
- Secure Communication
- Device Authentication
- Mobile Control Center
- Control Center (Cloud Control Center)
The Aerial Data Collection System ADCS is modular and its design is adaptable to any task of surveillance, control, detection, search, recognition, collection and analysis of data in real time. The delivery and installation of the ADCS system to the client includes the corresponding professional training for its operators.
The different versions of the Argus UAV weigh between 10 and 20 kg (with batteries) and can carry a payload from 2 to 30 kg. The flight time with electric power (batteries) of the basic version, depending on the payload, is about 45 min with a flight speed of up to 55 km / h.
They are manufactured with highly resistant materials and waterproof finish. In series depending on the version they are equipped with different types of cameras and with an independent safety system for emergencies.
Our technological advances allow us to offer the Argus UAV versions with different autonomy and flight speed, configure the software together with the technological equipment of the customized UAVs and adapt the operational capacity of the ADCS system according to the specific requirements of the end user.
The Tethering Nest is our unique product.
The station is equipped with a cable and reel, which allows to release the drone up to 200 m (depending on the type of drone and its load capacity). The drone motors are powered by the cable and at the same time the batteries are recharged in the second branch by means of the internal system (BMS). Thus, the drone can fly practically indefinitely.
- As a part of CV for recognizing objects, faces etc. in static images or videos. This solves mainly classification problem, which can’t be solved by traditional algorithmic approach.
- Potentially it can be used for aircraft control in a “smart” way based on perception system.
- In case of mapping area purposes from top view we use it for finding anomalies in perceived data.
- NVIDIA VisionWorks – for post-processing images and adding more semantics to images.
Augmented reality is using technology to superimpose information into the real-world we can see and hear. For example, images and sounds are superimposed over that what the user can see and hear. There is a perfect combination of FPV from drone with telemetry and real view in action. One representative of these devices is Epson Moverio. The Moverio combines glasses with augmented reality based on OLED display and small computer with various sensors. This device based on Android operating system can be easily connected via Wi-Fi. Thanks to integration with GPS module we can provide to the user detected position towards the UAV.