The AUDROS system, which permits drones to intercept overseas drones in a internet, has been efficiently examined within the Czech Republic. Opposite to competing techniques – based mostly on taking pictures down or electrically paralyzing the enemy – the AUDROS answer ensures full security of individuals and property on the bottom after the annihilation of a flying intruder. The Polish firm Dronehub is a part of the consortium that created the system.
The Eagle One drone designed by Fly4Future was used within the assessments carried out within the Czech Republic. Upon detecting an undesirable intruder within the sky, the autonomous drone takes off from the docking station. After approaching a overseas drone, Eagle One releases a particular internet from the chassis by which it catches the enemy. Due to this answer – versus the options based mostly on taking pictures down or electrical paralysis of a overseas drone – the AUDROS system ensures full security for individuals and property on the bottom after the annihilation of a flying intruder.
Importantly, the mission can proceed with out having to land after the primary seize. If the system detects a second alien UAV, the hunter drone can intervene instantly. The autonomous system is supplied with synthetic intelligence that controls and manages the system. Due to this, the necessity for human intervention is minimal. The duty of synthetic intelligence is to estimate the scale and weight of the intruder drone and the possibilities of catching it.
The premise for the AUDROS system is the hub, ie the docking station of the Polish firm Dronehub, by which the drone is completely positioned. Due to the superior expertise used within the hub, the drone stays able to take flight, and after its completion, the used battery is autonomously related to charging. Due to this, the unmanned aerial automobile can perform flights in a steady mode, with out the necessity to contain the operator to switch the battery.
“The autonomy of operations is the way forward for drone expertise. Due to the usage of our hub, the necessity for the operator’s work is decreased to a minimal, all processes are automated, which interprets into the effectivity of the system, its reliability and ease of mission administration. In safety-related flights, as within the case of the AUDROS mission, reliability and readiness for continuous flights are key” – says Mateusz Siwula, a designer from Dronehub.
The AUDROS mission was carried out by a Czech-Polish consortium: BizGarden (Czech Republic), Cervi Robotics / Dronehub (Poland), Fly4Future (Czech Republic), GINA Software program (Czech Republic), with the participation of the Navy Technical Institute from Brno and the Navy Analysis Institute from Brno. The mission was additionally carried out in shut cooperation with the Czech jail service, as one of many primary purposes of the system is to safe the sky above prisons to forestall smuggling and smuggling from the air.
“Our system can have very large purposes, as threats from the sky are an rising problem for safety and security providers. AUDROS can be utilized to guard strategic objects or vital infrastructure, it may be used to guard the sky in opposition to terrorist assaults throughout mass occasions or to make sure the security of VIPs” – says Jan Orava, a Challenge Supervisor from BizGarden.
The AUDROS (AUtonomous DROne System) mission, carried out in cooperation with the European House Company (ESA), began in 2020. Its objective, along with making a system for intercepting drone-intruders, can also be to develop a system to fight CBRN threats – chemical, organic and radiological.
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