They are armored devices against interference and equipped with four to ten conventional, thermal and hyperspectral cameras. They have gas sensors and with up to four powerful on-board computers, which prepare them for any mission. They are operationally autonomous equipment that is to say they land, load and take off completely automatically on platforms designed especially for them.
That way really synchronized operations can be created for all involved, who receive the exact information for their activities at all times.
Aiprox drones are another step, providing new and more efficient levels of operation in each scenario. The drone can act on the cameras, indicating and aiming them towards the location of the detected incident and coordinating with a ground radar. The system also positions the other security elements, such as intrusion, gas, and fire detectors, or by means of Aiprox wristbands worn by security personnel and devices in authorized vehicles. It automatically operates with this information, executing the preset surveillance and information protocols, alarm checks and providing coverage to surveillance patrols.
For Aiprox drone management. With it, missions can be controlled, security elements located, the drone manually operated, and the calendar of automated missions, protocols and risk management created, perfectly integrating perfectly with the alarm centers and control centers to close the entire Security system circle.
The heart of the system
Gyroos is a Drone operating system, integrated into the devices through one or several on-board computers eliminating the conventional ground station to turn the drone into a business application server capable of integrating into the business as an element of the company’s computer-robotics, and therefore within the parameters of a business management system.
Being an on-board system, it can communicate simultaneously and send data or provide applications to multiple participants at the same time, for example, in an automated surveillance mission, it receives ground alarm codes reacting to the type of alarm detected, it can communicate with IP cameras on the ground to direct them or analyze the images. It also processes the video data of its cameras and sensor data by sending the relevant verifications to headquarters. But in case of a positive alarm, the ground watchman can get information directly on his device, explore an area or ask for coverage. And it is also possible to send a link code to security or emergency bodies so that they can directly receive information and images of the event long before arriving, in order to increase the efficiency of any action.
Gyroos also receives data from various sources, such as weather, Business Big Data, ground, obstacles, forbidden areas etc. This data is processed by the drone itself in order to know, for example, if the weather conditions allow a safe flight, or to recognize the ground altitude, know the terrain profile to align with communication antennas and not lose coverage, to calculate the exact geographical points in an image through the calculation of terrain profile, etc.
The ability to perform complex calculations and build specific and customizable algorithms, make it ideal for protocols that depend on many variables, such as the search for people, in disasters, for surveillance systems with multiple objectives.
As a result of data analysis, and the analysis of images, Gyroos is able to "learn" within its protocols and algorithms and is able to detect combinations of alerts or calculations that allow it to make the best decisions, thus providing the best information to personnel in charge of the missions.
The basic operation is focused on reconnaissance missions, designed by the operator or automatically designed by the system based on specific parameters.
These missions can be scheduled on a calendar, which will be carried out at certain times or on a continuous basis, and therefore, creating an operations management framework that is clearly for business, with the purpose of obtaining the final reports, which in turn are the basis for billing customers, as the case may be.
The system allows for the configuration of general and specific parameters for each team and, therefore, can be adapted to any device. In this configuration there are parameters that allow the coordinated flight of several devices in the same mission to perform coordinated coverages, as well as the registration of the drone and its characteristics, and the setting of error system parameters.
In addition to the mission controls, it is possible to control the device safely and manually through direct guidance, height and speed controls. Manual control is possible throughout the mission or at a necessary time in its execution, returning to the automatic system later, if necessary.
You can also combine manual controls during the mission, for example, pointing the cameras at a specific spot without changing any route parameters.
There are two levels of parameters in the configuration and creation of missions, the marking of geographical points, and the particular actions before the route, en route and at the point. These actions are subject to the type of mission and each client’s algorithms, which contain the operation models, for example, and protocols to follow for surveillance, rescue, and gas analysis, for example, among others.
Within the automatic controls, it is possible to design the routes, as well as important elements of circular and polygonal flight, which prevents the drone from leaving a certain area, emergency landing points or Rally Points and POI (points of interest). But it also has special configurations, such as the positioning of alarm elements, ground cameras, connection with radars to make drone interceptions, and delimitation of the air alarm zone. Each of these elements are configurable in order to be able to include them in the algorithms of team, thus ensuring compatibility with external alarm and counting equipment that give the drone a new dimension in mission data management.
The installed algorithms can be embedded in each mission by selecting them from the list of mission types, thus determining the overall behavior of the system, but in any case, it can also perform secondary tasks selected from the intelligence configuration panel.
Gyroos is a system based on IP communications technology; therefore, you can have simultaneous transmission of several video cameras as standard. The quality and quantity depend only on the bandwidth available for transmission.
In turn, and if there are always several video and data clients, there is the possibility of using an intermediate server that manages the “streaming” and thus not collapsing the system line.
Depending on the hardware installed, the operator can set the parameters or configure the different types of communications -- GSM, WIFI, DataLink, SAT, Radio etc. Also the type of data that will be used in the navigation altitude (Relative to the terrain, relative to the base or relative to sea level). In addition, external data providers can be configured, such as BIg Data, links to meteorological sources and finally the activation and monitoring parameters of antennas in order to have a secure link in any circumstance.
Depending on the algorithms inserted in the programming, the operator can make adjustments to better adapt the system to the real needs, such as defining when a person or vehicle is immobile, the minimum gas concentrations that give rise to an alarm or verification when a fire is extinguished, or when fire is detected, among many other adjustable parameters.
The drone traffic control (UTM of unmanned traffic management) is the tool that allows the operator to control all fleet operations in a centralized way. It is possible to directly use the Gyroos UTM or include it in the company’s management software through various integration APIs.
This software allows the total control of any equipment, essential for flights beyond the visual line of sight (BVLOS) where the pilot can intervene and supervise the operations, as well as management of revisions and maintenance and operation costs, and centralized billing and reporting management.
In short, this element closes the integrated management chain, and integrates into the business of companies that wish to operate autonomous drones for any purpose, whether private, in security or environmental missons, or public services, as in public security, defense, emergency missions, or others in which drones will be integrated in the near future.
Securing the position
One of the main dangers for aircraft is their GPS interception and blocking. With this multi-frequency technology both intentional and unintentional interceptions are avoided in signal acquisition and RTK centimeter precision positioning, with or without ground points. The frequency analysis technology allows the detection of interference, jamming and spoofing, and therefore allowing safe and reliable operations.
Energy under control
Our Computer Vision
For each of the cameras in a synchronized manner, which allows the use of different applications and therefore different computer vision systems and simultaneous identification objectives, the cameras synchronize with the GPS schedule to be able to precisely locate between several devices with an error of <5 ms.
The human link
We have developed an electronics that allows multiple applications in personal locators with GPS, vehicles and any other element to position. Based on low consumption and long range networks, sensors and interaction possibilities, transforming each user into an active part in any operation in a simple, personalized and effective way. In addition to the communicative part it has sensors, to obtain health data of the subject and movement data.
Own development, customization and maximum performance
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Aiprox Computer Vision
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