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Intellektnye systems for unmanned aerial vehicles. First steps
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Intellektnye systems for unmanned aerial vehicles. First steps

Intellektnye systems for unmanned aerial vehicles. First steps.

 

Mexican professor and innovator Jose Martinez Carranza is currently engaged in the development of a special system which allows a person to completely abandon control unmanned aerial vehicles, as well as to protect the people, abandoning the global positioning system (GPS). The new development has already passed the first test, and it became known to the wider public, unmanned aerial vehicles will drive a specially designed program, information on which will be made through special sensors, which are essentially auditory and visual organs of the aircraft.

 

 

Initially, due to lack of information, it was assumed that the UAV will be controlled by a person located on the body of camera drones, however, this idea has disappeared by itself, as required of human presence. Now, thanks to a specially developed program, the aircraft can independently control its position in space, changing the height, speed, direction, etc. The important point is that developed unmanned aerial vehicle does not need the support of GPS, and can orient yourself with the help of sensors placed on it.

 

 

The current invention is to allow to minimize the human factor when using UAVs, while providing high security for others, including another air transport. According to reports released by the first prototype of the future UAV could fly in a complex near the closed space 250 meters, while not confronted with distant objects obstacles.

 

 

What is the innovation of this decision? Compared with the current state of affairs, drones of the future will be able to:

  1. Independently carry out tasks of patrolling the area;
  2. To ensure the delivery of small loads over long distances;
  3. Perform a survey of large areas of terrain without human intervention.

 

In addition, it is important to note also that moment, in the long term, such a system can start to apply in civil aviation, however, according to the inventor, in nearby 10 years to talk about something like that is unlikely to have, but certainly, the system will modernized and optimized to obtain better results.

 

Kostyuchenko Yuriy specifically for Avia.pro

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