UAVOS Inc, a Mountain View-based company specialized in unmanned solutions, is introducing a new solution – a control system for aircrafts with a flexible wing for high-altitude unmanned aerial vehicles HAPS (High Altitude Pseudo Satellite). New flight control principles will allow to shift the geographic area of "solar" aircraft flights to more northern latitudes.
HAPS will provide unique opportunities for using this solution in both civilian and defense areas, and for security tasks. UAVs powered by solar energy can serve for long continuous monitoring of the area of interest on the Earth's surface to get real-time information. To meet the demands of telecommunication companies, HAPS can create a network of autonomous repeaters of radio and high speed data signals over practically any territory, including the Northern regions during the summer, where the use of regular aircrafts is highly problematic due to economic reasons, and weather conditions.
1 May 2018
UAVOS Inc, the Mountain View, Ca.-based company specialised in the design, development and manufacturing of unmanned vehicles and autopilot systems with the world’s largest private leasing company, JetLease, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to provide a range of finance and leasing options for the innovative optionally manned fixed wing aircraft Albatross-2.2. The purpose of modernized aircrafts is to carry out commercial works on multispectral and radar monitoring of ground objects and marine areas, for cargo transportation.
The project aims to conduct an in-depth analysis of the safe integration of heavy Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) into the global airspace. According to Vadim Tarasov, Investor and Board Member of UAVOS Inc: "The rules for the operation of heavy UAS are still under development in most countries, including the US. One of the main limitations is due to the lack of data on the reliability of components and performance characteristics of this class of UAS. We believe that the experience of operating optionally manned aircrafts, as well as the obtained technical data, will contribute to the formation of national legal standards for the certification of heavy UAS."
30 April 2018