Progetto di Droni e UAV at-aerospaceservice

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UAVs(Unmanned aircraft or Uninhabited aircraft) were part of Aviation before 1903 at the time of the first flight of Wright brothers; In fact, in the past, there were already many flights operated by unmanned aircraft and nowadays, with the increasing use of computational computing, they have been greatly increased in their use. Now the latest unmanned UAV aircraft are no longer flying in real time remote-controlled by a remote operator who manipulates a control stick as a real pilot on board, but through a sophisticated computerized flight control system, uses GPS and Satellite flying Alone after the ground operator provided him with the directional parameters of the mission.  
Around the world, there are many types of operating UAVs and many are "Target Drones" such as Mach 4 AQM-37; A number of them still have surveillance or other tasks. Most UAV projects cover both size and technology, the equivalent of a large (non-pilot) aircraft belonging to the General Aviation category although some of them are highly sophisticated. The General Atomic Predator (pictured at the bottom right) is a typical UAV with a propeller with a low propeller speed and is used to monitor all those critical locations around the world; It is mainly made of composite materials very similar to a self-built aircraft; Weighs about 864 Kg, flies at a speed of 204 Km / h and can operate for a total of about 40 hours; The Predator under the constant operator control, carries cameras in both visible and infrared light and can also carry a radar for ground floor control.
 The much larger UAV, Jet Global Jet Hawk (pictured above) is built by Northrop Grumman (Ryan),and is very similar in design and mission to the unmanned U2 aircraft, it flies at an altitude of 19812 m, for a total range of approximately 30680 Km with a maximum take-off weightOf about 11612 Kg, carries a load of electronic sensors that include electro-optical sensors, infrared, and radar with target motion indications. The design of a UAV is very similar to that of another aircraft, apart from some special arrangements for landing and take-off and for avionics as well as for unmanned flight systems. Take-off options range from the use of the landing and take-off conventional wheeled, the use of launch ramps, air launch, vehicles and more. For landing the possible options are the wheels, parachutes, airbags, skids etc. The fact that the UAV does not have a crew, although studies carried out involve a reduction in the gross weight of about 10-30% compared to a normal aircraft that has
crew members, it will require much more avionics and even if you can reduce system redundancy, the reliability and the structural strength margins from an aircraft that has no crew members, it is also important to consider the safety of people on the ground also because a UAV that can not operate over inhabited areas is of little utility. However, a combat UAV is also conceivable by having a g-limit double or even higher than that tolerated by a human. Other types of Drone, smaller in size, are the VTOL (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) UAV: Multicopters/Multirotors , Quadcopters, Hexacopters, and Octocopters. Our Technical Engineering Office is available for all the technical assistance needed for the design and modification of Drone also self-built (homebuilders), including technical advice on the use of composite materials (Carbon Fiber, Glass Fiber, Kevlar Fiber etc.).
 
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