Introduction and Operation Simulation of Jinhae Base Command
Real-time transmission of field surveillance footage to command and control.
KCMVP authentication module blocks hacking source
Plan to expand after coastal missions to trap ships.
<Navy Border Monitoring Operation Drone developed by USIS>
"An unauthorized vessel will be spotted in the eastern military area of Gadeokdo Lighthouse in Busan at 5:35 a.m. before sunrise." Two field-bounding drones from the Navy's drone monitoring team will be dispatched to the coordinates 1.2 kilometers away in automatic mission flight mode of mission flight. The drone, which arrived at the scene in a minute, uses a high-resolution optical thermal imaging camera at an altitude of 100 meters to film the movement and concealment of unauthorized ships and send them to the command control room. The Naval Command and Control Office immediately sends a nearby patrol vessel to arrest the vessel.'
It is a simulation of operation of drone surveillance system.
USIS (CEO Lee Il-woo) announced on the 20th that it has completed a project to establish a "Navy Drone Border Monitoring System" and is currently conducting training on the operation of the Navy drone monitoring team, system operation, and drone flight.
Naval drone surveillance system is a drone system for military operations that performs coastal military area boundary and coastal surveillance missions. By sending on-site surveillance video to the command and control room in real time, the gap can be supplemented due to reduced alert and patrol forces, and the ability to carry out existing surveillance operations can be increased by sharing real-time information between the site and the command.
System is composed of wired and wireless drones and integrated monitoring software (SW) for field boundaries.
Wired drones can operate for long periods of time with continuous power supply, making them suitable for a wide range of boundary surveillance tasks. Wireless drones arrive at the scene earlier than dispatched troops and perform surveillance and reconnaissance missions.
Depending on the characteristics of military drones, KCMVP (Korean encryption module verification system) certification modules will be installed to encrypt surveillance images and control signals and block external hacking.
<Navy Drone Border Monitoring System Introduction Image>
USIS has developed and applied hardware components such as flight control parts and power control parts as well as SW from drone frames.
The frame is solidly designed to enable the operation of the original life even in poor coastal environments such as strong winds and high humidity. The land control system (GCS), which controls drones, was specially designed to meet naval requirements. The autonomous flight control SW, which can control many drones, has been certified by GS.
The Navy plans to apply the system to coastal land and maritime border surveillance missions this year and expand it to maritime naval operations in the future.
CEO Lee Il-woo said, "Drone maritime surveillance system will be a new eye to enhance naval operational capabilities. We will contribute to the development of the Korean drone industry by developing various defense drones by cooperating with Jinhae Base Command, which introduced border reconnaissance drones for the first time."
The government is pushing for various policy support and regulatory reforms with the goal of leaping Korean drone technology to the world's fifth-largest level by 2025, and the Navy continues to need to introduce unmanned surveillance systems such as CCTVs and drones.
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