THE UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEM TO MONITOR THE TERRITORY
The UAS30 is an aerial unmanned system designed to monitor activities with high economic or strategic value.
The information gathered by air is integrated with a configurable, flexible and easy to operate online platform that supports decision-making, generating a faster and more efficient response.
Irrigated areas monitoring
Identification of areas with problems/pests/...
Circuit and irrigation channels inspection
Forest Areas control and fire prevention
Water lines, reservoirs and tanks monitoring
Wildlife surveillance (eg. stork nests)
Monitoring of marine and terrestrial environmental conditions
Ground surveillance photogrammetry
Shoreline and cliff surveillance
Maritime search and rescue
Marine pollution control
Maritime traffic separation schemes monitoring
Surveillance and inspection of electric of medium and high voltage lines
Surveillance and inspection of dams
Pipeline and chimneys inspection
Data and communication re-transmission
HOW DOES IT WORK
SOME DISTINCTIVE FEATURES
OF THE UAS30
Information gathering capacity in greater areas than those achieved by rotary-wing drones and even by light drones
Better accuracy than satellites (related to flight time, high clouds, greater independence on the information frequency collection)
Information collection frequency adjusted to specific needs
WHY THE UAS30
Complies with safety and airworthiness conditions which offer guarantee of successful flights and minimize the operators’ exposure to tasks in altitude and near critical infrastructures.
Effective inspection and low operation cost
Maintenance as needed rather than planned or preventive maintenance
Reduction of site visits
Increased preparedness, inspection control and efficiency based on:
Easy handling and operation;
Reduced inspection times.
Operating an ideal system for environmentally sensitive locations, with reduced emissions and lower noise compared to conventional alternatives.
MAIN FEATURES OF THE UAS 30
Minimum operating speed
(at 15-20 degrees)
(at 30 degrees)
Launch by Catapult & Collection by Net or taking-off and landing with the landing gear on the track