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Unmanned Solutions Technology, LLC SOLUTIONS

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS

Unmanned Solutions Technology is evolving as a world leader in the design and manufacture of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) for military and civilian markets. In partnership with several other small businesses and commercial organizations, UxSolutions Technology, Inc. offers sensors, algorithm development, and software and hardware development. UxSolutions Technology, Inc. While the company is new, the managers have over 35 years’ experience in science and technology and research and development of numerous UAS acquisition program development and testing to include large program, multi-ship control and autonomy for the RQ-4 Global Hawk and X-45 J-UCAS programs.

 

FOXBAT

Foxbat is an all-electric, battery powered small unmanned aircraft system

 

PELICAN 2

Pelican 2 is an all-electric, battery powered small unmanned aircraft system that is catapult launched. It can be operated using several types of ground control stations, including cell phones, computer/laptops, Toughbook’s, and their newly designed Mobile-Ground Control Station (M-GCS). The weight varies for 15 to 30 pounds depending on the payload and configuration and it is designed for rapid deployment and both civil and military applications. It is capable of flying up to 8 hours. The lighter weight version of this aircraft could be hand-tossed, but the system is capable of flying up to 30 pounds of gross weight with the intent of adding more battery cells for longer duration or increasing payload as needed to meet other mission needs. Other key attributes include rapid prototyping, environmentally friendly, low cost production, ease of maintenance, multi-user distributed command and control and real time tactical situational awareness.

 

HAND HELD GROUND CONTROL DEVICES

UST has leveraged off the shelf hand held command and control devices to operate multible UAVs. Small, lightweight, and combat proven, the GC displays real-time video from the air vehicle’s payload cameras to personnel on the ground. In addition, the GC allows the operator to capture screen images, store and playback data for target assessment, and facilitates real-time retransmission of video and metadata to an operations network. When embedded at remote locations, a GC can also be operated as a Remote Video Terminal (RVT), enabling Command Centers or Monitoring Stations with the same viewing and analysis capability of the UAV operator. The GC is compact and portable, taking up only a portion of a small backpack. It can be assembled in less than two minutes and its ease of use empowers the operators of Pelican 2 UAV with manual or autonomous capabilities to provide reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition missions day and night.

 

MOBILE GROUND CONTROL STATION

UST LLC recently delivered and is supporting the first low cost, highly versatile Mobile-Ground Control Station (M-GCS) providing an exciting alternative to the existing command and control options available to Sinclair and the State of Ohio today. The M-GCS is designed to operate virtually every type of SUAS owned and operated by UST, Sinclair and Sinclair’s domestic and international partners. The M-GCS resolves a critical, near term gap in civil and academic research because it is able to mobilize, be rapidly set up and be operated anywhere in the country any time of the year in a short notice. It can operate autonomously or can be integrated with other existing ground stations owned and operation by Sinclair and its partners. The M-GCS concept is to modify preowned ambulances hardware and software to control a wide variety of UAVs. The M-GCS is outfitted with two ground control station positions, a PIC position, air traffic radios, HVAC and 4G LTE network monitoring and control. The M-GCS is designed to autonomously operate a variety of UAVs with or without the use of other ground based GCS through a standard interface connection

 

TACTICAL GROUND CONTROL STATION


UST LLC recently delivered and is supporting the first low cost, highly versatile Mobile-Ground Control Station (M-GCS) providing an exciting alternative to the existing command and control options available to Sinclair and the State of Ohio today. The M-GCS is designed to operate virtually every type of SUAS owned and operated by UST, Sinclair and Sinclair’s domestic and international partners. The M-GCS resolves a critical, near term gap in civil and academic research because it is able to mobilize, be rapidly set up and be operated anywhere in the country any time of the year in a short notice. It can operate autonomously or can be integrated with other existing ground stations owned and operation by Sinclair and its partners. The M-GCS concept is to modify preowned ambulances hardware and software to control a wide variety of UAVs. The M-GCS is outfitted with two ground control station positions, a PIC position, air traffic radios, HVAC and 4G LTE network monitoring and control. The M-GCS is designed to autonomously operate a variety of UAVs with or without the use of other ground based GCS through a standard interface connection

 

COMMON MISSION AUTOMATION SERVICES INTERFACE

UST is leveraging the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) development for a cross-platform language used by simulations, ground control stations, and UAV automation software in order to represent UAV missions and subsequently command UAV teams to prosecute those missions. The Common Mission Automation Services Interface (CMASI) allows common exchange of relevant mission data between software components. Similar to other interface description languages, CMASI uses a binary protocol to serialize pre-defined packets of information. The packet can be shared between software components and de-serialized to read and interpret the contained information. The protocol is supported in multiple computer languages and permits seamless data sharing between components on the same computer or over an IP network.

SERVICES

UST Aerial is a link to UST's Video Services Website.

 

Aerial Image Solutions is a link to a UST partner company Website.

Our Location


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1792 South Metro Parkway
Centerville (Dayton), OH 45459
937-813-8665

Email: info@ustuas.com