Dec.2023 11
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Drone detection and the need for integrated intelligence
In September 2018, the 62nd meeting of the HSC of the World Customs Organization decided to classify drones as "flying cameras". Compared to manned aircraft, drones are often more suitable for tasks that are too "dull, dirty, or dangerous". And the gimbal camera is a must-have for drones; The application of drones in fields such as aerial photography, agriculture, express transportation, disaster relief, surveying and mapping has greatly expanded the use of drones themselves.
Drones operate in the world of tactical intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, or ISR, typically providing immediate support for military operations, and their mission targets are constantly evolving. Traditionally, airborne ISR imaging systems are designed around one of two targets, either observing large areas without providing detailed resolution of specific objects, or providing high-resolution views of specific targets, greatly weakening the ability to observe larger backgrounds.
The first digital imaging system used for reconnaissance was the optical components of the Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar System (ASARS). The anti satellite system was installed on U-2 reconnaissance aircraft in the late 1970s, using a large phased array antenna and radar to generate high-resolution images of the ground. Complementary to radar is an imaging system that uses charge coupled devices or CCD cameras to capture visible light images of the measured terrain. This CCD camera works synchronously with the radar system, with a resolution of approximately 1 meter or 3.3 feet per pixel.

The CCD sensor consists of an array of tiny photosensitive units arranged in an array. When combined with the limitations of computing hardware at the time, their designs are usually limited to less than 1 million pixels, with resolutions as low as 100000 pixels in some systems.

The unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) electro-optical pod is a type of UAV pod, generally composed of a visible light camera, infrared movement, signal processing unit, image compression unit, stable platform unit, etc. It is mounted on unmanned aerial vehicles for reconnaissance, photography, and camera equipment, which can achieve all-weather tracking, filming, and monitoring of long-range targets.

Common types of technologies: infrared thermal imaging technology, digital image processing technology, and dynamic target tracking technology.

Technical features: high resolution, long detection distance, high temperature accuracy, etc.

Mode: visible light mode, white heat mode, visible light embedded thermal imaging mode (rainbow), visible light embedded thermal imaging mode (white heat), thermal imaging embedded visible light mode (rainbow), thermal imaging embedded visible light mode (white heat).

Function: Simultaneously detecting multiple targets (stationary or dynamic); Implement AI detection and tracking in thermal imaging mode; Barrier recognition maintains the continuity of target locking; Real time analysis of infrared images; Realize autonomous optical zoom, etc.

Features: Able to locate, track, measure temperature, measure distance, high-definition, lightweight, replaceable lens, waterproof, shockproof, and shockproof, with high precision and stability.

Applicable equipment: Vertical takeoff and landing fixed wing, multi rotor real aircraft.

Pan tilt: Supports angle and angular velocity control.

Network port: Obtain image data.

Serial port: Control the pan tilt for angle and angular velocity control.

Camera lens module: Color image sensor.

AI recognition target customization empowers drone applications.

Insulator: Empowering electronic inspection.

License plate recognition: for traffic inspection

Engineering vehicle identification: for resource protection

Ship identification: for maritime safety

Bird's Nest Identification: Statistics for Migratory Birds

Animal identification: for the protection of rare animals

Applications: emergency rescue, police dispatch, river patrol, atmospheric monitoring, land surveying and mapping, and other fields
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