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The composition, operational tempo and infrastructure of our unit will increase as we prepare to take on this new challenge of housing a high-tech ground control station right here in Horsham.
2-pound, backpackable, hand-launched sensor platform that provides day and night, real-time video imagery wirelessly to a portable ground control station for "over the hill" and "around the corner" reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition in support of tactical units.
An added value is the unique advantage of the common ground control station for both the Hermes[umlaut] 900 and the Hermes[umlaut] 450 array, allowing enhanced operational flexibility and cost effectiveness.
Adnan Mohammed Al Rais, Team Leader -- Ground Systems and Image Processing, who received the delegation, gave a detailed presentation on the launch process of DubaiSat-1 and how the Ground Control Station is connected to the satellite for receiving images.
The operator can enter multiple waypoints and flight plans from the ground control station, the T-20's onboard GPS-driven autopilot can then take the bird through a 16-hour mission plan.
which manufacturers the Shadow and Hunter unmanned systems, modified its ground control station software to comply with a NATO standard agreement for interoperability between drones that is known as STANAG 4586.
The way points, as well as other autopilot functions, can be altered in flight using Mercury's VistaNav ground control station (GCS), which maintains a low-cost, low-bandwidth connection to the UAV using a satellite communications (SATCOM) link.
Once the pilot at the ground control station authorized the attack, the X-45A aircraft simulated dropping weapons on the target.