Unmanned aerial vehicle “Ocelot”

Nowadays our company is engaged by finding a way to integrate the unmanned aerial vehicle “Ocelot” with manned helicopters.

UAV “Ocelot” description

UAV “Ocelot’s” main purpose is a taking digital daytime photos and videos of studying locality. Also it can be used for ground facility’s observation and its coordinate’s determination in real-time.

UAV “Ocelot” is a transporting easy prefabricated structure. It is equipped with two compartments for different payload types.

Equipment

  • Unmanned aerial vehicle “Ocelot” - 2 un.
  • Remote controlled video xY PTZ camera - 1 un.
  • Remote controlled video xY termografic PTZ camera - 1 un.
  • Digital camera – 2 un.
  • Portable ground control station with secured laptop – 1un.
  • Storage case - 2 un.
  • Transportation bag (dimensions 290х630х900 mm) – 2 it.
  • Charging station – 1unit.
  • Replacement parts, tools and equipment

Exploitation characteristics

  • Number of starts  - 100 times
  • Crew – 2 people.
  • Portable complex contains placed in a special box one unit of UAV
  • Complex’s installation/uninstallation time, min:
    • At day- 10/5
    • At night - 15/10
  • Life expectancy – 3 years
  • Launching mode – from flexible launching pad
  • Landing mode – remote parachute automatic landing
  • Restart time  – 5 min.

General characteristics

  • Wing span  – 1,68 m
  • Length – 0,6 m
  • Weight – 6,0 kg
  • Maximum payload capacity – 1 kg
  • Maximum take-off weight  - 6 k
  • Operating temperature – from -20 to +35 °С
  • Maximum altitude - 4000 m
  • Real-time information transfer range - 40 km
  • Speed range - from 65 to120 kmph.
  • Maximum flight time – 2 h.
  • Engine type – electric
  • Navigation system - GLONASS/GPS
  • Flight resource  – 100 flight hours

Payload

Ground control station

The portable ground control station provides:

  • UAV’s flight plan that can be corrected in real-time (general mode)
  • A manually operated flight control with the PGCS (standby mode)
  • A carrying out flight mission with taking ground at a landing point if a connection was aborted or resuming flight with a new mission if it was restored (standby mode)
  • UAV’s returning to the take-off point if a navigation signal was lost (emergency mode)
  • A landing at the landing point with a maximal root-mean-square error no more than 50 m with a wind speed at surface layer is less than 10 mps.
  • RMS lateral deviation from the intended path of 30-50 m
  • RMS lateral deviation from the flight plan in the range from 30 to 50 m
  • Operating with a such satellite navigation systems as GLONASS and GPS