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          Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Market Insights, Future Trends, On-going Demand, Opportunities, Segmentation, and Forecast till 2025      Cache   Translate Page      
(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 06, 2018 ) The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Market is at its infancy stage in the developing countries and is highly adopted technology in several developed countries. The market is further expected to flourish with change in government regulations for UAV related technologies...
          Solar powered UAV stays airborne for a year, say developers      Cache   Translate Page      
A solar-powered unmanned aircraft that can remain airborne for up to a year has successfully passed the first stages of testing, according to its developers. Ella Wilks-Harper has more.
          Solar powered UAV stays airborne for a year, say developers      Cache   Translate Page      
A solar-powered unmanned aircraft that can remain airborne for up to a year has successfully passed the first stages of testing, according to its developers. Ella Wilks-Harper has more.
          Silok system: Αυτός είναι ο Ρώσος “εξολοθρευτής” των αμερικανικών drones - ΦΩΤΟ - ΒΙΝΤΕΟ      Cache   Translate Page      
Ο ρωσικός στρατός βελτιώνεται συνεχώς στον τρόπο που αντιμετωπίζει και καταστρέφει τα εχθρικά αεροσκάφη και τα drones. Αυτό θα μπορούσε να έχει σοβαρές συνέπειες για τις Ηνωμένες Πολιτείες καθώς χρησιμοποιεί όλο και περισσότερο τα μη επανδρωμένα αεροσκάφη.

Από: onalert.gr

Τα πληρώματα των οχημάτων ηλεκτρονικού πολέμου “Silok " του ρωσικού Στρατού αντιμετώπισαν επιτυχώς μη επανδρωμένα εναέρια αεροσκάφη κατά τη διάρκεια ασκήσεων κοντά στο Λένινγκραντ, όπως ανακοίνωσε το Κρεμλίνο στις 2 Νοεμβρίου.

Το Silok είναι η πιο πρόσφατη προσθήκη σε μια μακρά σειρά συστημάτων που παρεμποδίζουν τη ραδιοσυχνότητα (jamming) που ο ρωσικός στρατός έχει αναπτύξει από τον Ψυχρό Πόλεμο, προκειμένου να μπλοκάρει τις εχθρικές επικοινωνίες, που επιτρέπουν στους χειριστές να ελέγχουν τα αεροσκάφη, καθώς επίσης τα βίντεο και άλλα δεδομένα πληροφοριών που τους προσφέρουν τα drones.

Sthn sygkekrim;enh ;askhsh, "τα μη αναγνωρισμένα UAV προσπάθησαν να εισέλθουν στον κλειστό εναέριο χώρο τους πεδίου της μάχης", δήλωσε το Κρεμλίνο. "Οι ρωσικές δυνάμεις χρησιμοποίησαν το σύστημα Silok για να εντοπίσουν αυτά τα αεροσκάφη και τα ανάγκασαν να προσγειωθούν.

"Στη συνέχεια, οι δυνάμεις μηχανικού απάλλαξαν τις αυτοσχέδιες εκρηκτικές συσκευές που έφεραν τα UAV και στις συνέχεια δυνάμεις ταχείας ανταπόκρισης προχώρησαν στην σύλληψη των χειριστών τους".

Ενώ ο ρωσικός Στρατός και πιο πριν ο σοβιετικός Στρατός επιχειρούσαν για πολύ καιρό με τέτοια συστήματα jamming, τον Οκτώβριο του 2017, το Κρεμλίνο αποφάσισε στην ανάπτυξη της πρώτης μονάδας Στρατού Ξηράς που θα ήταν εξειδικευμένη με την αντιμετώπιση αυτών των απειλών.

Οι Ρώσοι χρησιμοποίησαν αυτά τα συστήματα στη Συρία για να προστατεύσουν τις ρωσικές δυνάμεις και τις βάσεις στις οποίες ήταν εδραιωμένες. Το νέο σύστημα jamming “Silok” εντάχθηκε στο ρωσικό οπλοστάσιο και ενσωματώθηκε για πρώτη φορά στις ρωσικές δυνάμεις στη Συρία τον Αύγουστο του 2018.

Τα drones είναι μια από τις μεγαλύτερες απειλές στη Συρία. Στις 5 Ιανουαρίου 2018, ένα σμήνος μικρών μη επανδρωμένων εναέριων οχημάτων με εκρηκτικά, προφανώς ελεγχόμενα από αντικαθεστωτικούς , επιτέθηκαν σε δύο ρωσικές βάσεις στη δυτική Συρία.

Δέκα από τα αεροσκάφη, επιτέθηκαν στην αεροπορική βάση Khmeimim, όπου η Ρωσία έχει εγκαταστήσει το μεγαλύτερο μέρος της αεροπορικής της δύναμης στη Συρία, ενώ τρια drones επιτέθηκαν σε ρωσικές εγκαταστάσεις στο κοντινό λιμάνι του Τάρτου.



Ένα σύστημα αεροπορικής άμυνας τύπου Pantsir-S κατέστρεψε επτά από τα αεροσκάφη, ενώ ρωσικές δυνάμεις ηλεκτρονικού πολέμου ανάγκασαν έξι από τα UAV να προσγειωθούν, χρησιμοποιώντας πιθανώς συστήματα jamming μπλοκάροντας την διασύνδεσή με τους χειριστές τους.

Η αναβάθμιση των ρωσικών δυνατοτήτων στον ηλεκτρονικό πόλεμο θα μπορούσε να απειλήσει τον αναπτυσσόμενο στόλο UAV των στρατιωτικών δυνάμεων των ΗΠΑ. Σύμφωνα με πληροφορίες, στην Ουκρανία το 2014 “μπλόκαρε” αμερικανικά UAVs.

Το Πεντάγωνο έχει επίγνωση του κινδύνου, με την DARPA να έχει ξεκινήσει μια σειρά πρωτοβουλιών για την βελτίωση των διασυνδέσεων drones και χειριστών καθώς και άλλα προγράμματα που στοχεύουν στην ανάπτυξη τεχνολογίας ανίχνευσης που θα επιτρέπουν στους Αμερικανούς να εντοπίζουν ενδεχόμενα συστήματα jamming, προφυλάσσοντας έτσι τα drones, προτού αναχαιτισθούν και εξουδετερωθούν από τον εχθρό.

Όσο λιγότερες πληροφορίες αναμεταδίδει ένα drone, τόσο λιγότερο ευάλωτο είναι να γίνει αντιληπτό, να εντοπιστεί από τον εχθρό και να εξουδετερωθεί.

Ωστόσο όσο περισσότερο ένα UAV μπορεί να επιχειρεί αυτόνομα, από την στιγμή δηλαδή που απογειωθεί, εκτελέσει την αποστολή και προσγειωθεί, , τόσο λιγότερο χρειάζεται μια ισχυρή συχνότητα διασύνδεσης με τον χειριστή του. Κάτι τέτοιο συνέβη για πρώτη φορά τον Αύγουστο του 2018 με ένα drone της Πολεμικής Αεροπορίας των ΗΠΑ.

Όμως όσο κι αν εξελιχθεί η αυτονομία στη χρήση των drones, πάντα θα υπάρχει ένας βαθμός διασύνδεσης με τους χειριστές και κατ’ επέκταση ένα “παραθυράκι” για τη δυνατότητα jamming από τον εχθρό. Αυτή είναι μια αδυναμία που θα μπορούσε να συνεχίσει να εκμεταλλεύεται η Ρωσία.

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          Solar powered UAV stays airborne for a year, say developers      Cache   Translate Page      
A solar-powered unmanned aircraft that can remain airborne for up to a year has successfully passed the first stages of testing, according to its developers. Ella Wilks-Harper has more.

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A solar-powered unmanned aircraft that can remain airborne for up to a year has successfully passed the first stages of testing, according to its developers. Ella Wilks-Harper has more.
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Nimbus VTOL DA16 Combo with RTK/PPK System will be released soon! It is a Professional UAV Solution for centimeter accuracy surveying and mapping. In this Combo We equip Nimbus VTOL with DA16 remote controller, RB20 signal relay, PG20 dual battery swapping board and RTK/PPK system. Equip Nimbus with RTK/PPK system, it can achieve the precision of centimeter level in a photogrammetric map. After the flight, you can generate an accurate photogrammetric model using a software like Pix4D, Smart3D or Photoscan. This combo will enable you to generate a topographic survey quickly and cost effectively. And coupled with Map-02 or Map-A7R, the Nimbus VTOL DA16 Combo with RTK/PPK System will be the best choice for companies wishing to offer high-quality survey to clients.

 
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RB20 Signal Relay can help to get a long communicate range, the max communicate range is 15-30km, and it depending on what kind of antenna are you going to use with this signal relay. The RB20 ground unit also could be connected to PC through a TTL-USB cable, to realize data transmission between PC and RB20 air unit, also could realize parameter tuning.

 
 
 
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Fixed wing drone significantly increases productivity and data analysis performance for planning and managing agriculture activities. Offers precise automatic geolocation capabilities, real-time processing and control in a fully-integrated, easy-to-use... Read Full Story
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          Motion Planning for a UAV with a Straight or Kinked Tether. (arXiv:1811.02119v1 [cs.RO])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Xuesu Xiao, Jan Dufek, Mohamed Suhail, Robin Murphy

This paper develops and compares two motion planning algorithms for a tethered UAV with and without the possibility of the tether contacting the confined and cluttered environment. Tethered aerial vehicles have been studied due to their advantages such as power duration, stability, and safety. However, the disadvantages brought in by the extra tether have not been well investigated by the robotic locomotion community, especially when the tethered agent is locomoting in a non-free space occupied with obstacles. In this work, we propose two motion planning frameworks that (1) reduce the reachable configuration space by taking into account the tether and (2) deliberately plan (and relax) the contact point(s) of the tether with the environment and enable an equivalent reachable configuration space as the non-tethered counterpart would have. Both methods are tested on a physical robot, Fotokite Pro. With our approaches, tethered aerial vehicles could find their applications in confined and cluttered environments with obstacles as opposed to ideal free space, while still maintaining the advantages from the usage of a tether. The motion planning strategies are particularly suitable for marsupial heterogeneous robotic teams, such as visual servoing/assisting for another mobile, tele-operated primary robot.


          Giornate di studio dedicate a Bruno Zevi e la didattica dell’architettura      Cache   Translate Page      

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Nell’ambito delle celebrazioni per il centenario della nascita di Bruno Zevi due Giornate di studio dedicate a Bruno Zevi e la didattica dell’architettura.
Il Comitato scientifico del convegno è costituito da Orazio Carpenzano - Sapienza, Direttore del Dipartimento Architettura e Progetto (DiAP), Carlo Bianchini - Sapienza, Direttore del Dipartimento di Storia, Disegno e Restauro dell'architettura (DSDRA), Giovanni Carbonara - Sapienza, DSDRA, Claudia Conforti - Roma Tor Vergata, Roberto Dulio - Politecnico di Milano, Antonella Greco - Sapienza, DSDRA, Margherita Guccione - Direttore del MAXXI Architettura, Alessandra Muntoni - Sapienza, DSDRA, Piero Ostilio Rossi - Sapienza, DiAP e Antonino Saggio - Sapienza, DiAP).
Le Giornate di Studio saranno introdotte dalla tavola rotonda L’insegnamento di Zevi: riflessi contemporanei, con l’obiettivo di analizzare criticamente i contenuti e l’originalità del suo insegnamento in relazione alle trasformazioni e all’evoluzione che la didattica dell’architettura ha subito nei quarant’anni trascorsi dalle sue dimissioni dall’Università.
Sono previste cinque sessioni coordinate da una chairperson e introdotte dalla relazione di un keynote: esse accoglieranno una serie di interventi o su invito o selezionati dal Comitato scientifico sulla base di una call for papers internazionale.
Nel complesso, si tratta di 22 contributi che indagheranno i contenuti e le tecniche di comunicazione utilizzate da Zevi durante i suoi trent’anni di insegnamento universitario. 
Le giornate di studio ripercorreranno i significati, l’origine e la struttura del programma di studi perseguito da Bruno Zevi, analizzando i momenti chiave del suo insegnamento nello IUAV (l’Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia) e nella Facoltà di Architettura della Sapienza, analizzandone le attività di storico, critico, architetto, urbanista e uomo politico.

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In occasione del convegno, negli spazi antistanti l’Aula Magna, sarà allestita la mostra Saper vedere lo spazio, a cura di Federica Morgia e Gianpaola Spirito, che propone una sintetica riflessione sui materiali iconografici composti da Zevi per le sue pubblicazioni, saranno proiettati due video: il primo, Le tesi di laurea di Bruno Zevi, a cura di Luca Porqueddu, raccoglie alcune delle tesi di laurea seguite da Zevi negli anni di insegnamento a Roma; il secondo, Zevi e la narrazione dell’architettura, a cura di Francesca Romana Castelli, è un video di repertorio, concesso da RAI TECHE, che evidenzia come la voce e la presenza fisica di Bruno Zevi facessero di lui un abile comunicatore che aveva intuito come la divulgazione dell’architettura dovesse passare attraverso i media.
A conclusione del convegno, venerdì 9 novembre alle 19.00, si terrà il concerto, a cura di Maria Clara Ghia e con la direzione artistica di Emanuele de Raymondi, La musica guida, sempre!, per il pianoforte di Maria Elisabetta Benvenuti e la voce soprano di Gaia Mattiuzzi.
In programma una serie di brani tratti dai riferimenti musicali che Zevi ha utilizzato nei suoi libri, con pezzi di Béla Bartok, Luciano Berio, John Cage, Maurice Ravel, Arnold Schoenberg, Karlheinz Stockhausen, ed Edgard Varèse.
Comitato organizzativo: Francesca Romana Castelli (Sapienza, DiAP), Maria Clara Ghia (Sapienza, DSDRA), Federica Morgia (Sapienza, DiAP), Antonella Romano (Sapienza, DSDRA), Luca Porqueddu (Sapienza, DiAP), Fabio Quici (Sapienza, DSDRA) e Gianpaola Spirito (Sapienza, DiAP).


          China Displays New WJ-700 Long-Range Strike UAV      Cache   Translate Page      
The China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC) has displayed a model of the WJ-700, a new long-range UAV designed for reconnaissance and attack missions. The jet powered WJ-700 has an endurance of 20hr and has two hard points under each wing. The example on display was shown with models of the CM-102 anti-radiation missile, […]
          Advice from One of the World’s Top Drone Pilots: An Interview with 2018 DRL Allianz World Champion Paul “Nurk” Nurkkala      Cache   Translate Page      

Last Thursday the Drone Racing League (DRL) announced Paul “Nurk” Nurkkala as the 2018 DRL Allianz World Champion. The final race of the season...

The post Advice from One of the World’s Top Drone Pilots: An Interview with 2018 DRL Allianz World Champion Paul “Nurk” Nurkkala appeared first on UAV Coach.


          China unveils stealth UAV drone (video)      Cache   Translate Page      

The CH-7’s chief designer Shi Wen says the aircraft can “fly long hours, scout and strike the target when necessary.”




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