Our experience in software design, development and testing helps ensure Unmanned Aircraft Systems will continue to meet their mission objectives safely and effectively.
Our engineering teams can develop and certify both airborne and ground-based systems through our extensive experience with:
ENSCO vision system solutions and tools are the optimal choice for UAS dynamic ground station display applications, deploying synthetic, enhanced and combined vision systems to solve military and commercial operational challenges where aircraft situational awareness, safety-of-flight, and tactical decision making are critical.
The IData® tools produce customized, efficient and certifiable embedded graphical applications. The true rapid prototyping process offers both a time- and cost-saving advantage for development of avionics display applications.
The ease of use and diversity of the IData tools have applications in areas from safety-critical DO-178B/C certified cockpit displays to Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) controls and ground stations. IData’s tightly integrated digital moving map generator and 3-D scene manager enable applications, such as in-flight entertainment, navigation systems, and synthetic vision displays, which require geo-registered information, to be easily implemented. A single application can be hosted on a variety of target systems from small smartphone type devices to war room displays and typical avionics cockpit displays.
The Tactical Synthetic Vision System (TSVS) can be integrated into a UAS ground control station to display the vehicle’s position relative to terrain, urban features, obstacles, controlled airspace, special use airspace, and threat volume. TSVS offers a real-time image that eliminates atmospheric obscurations and synthesizes information from multiple sources into a single, clear, accurate 3-D display of the external environment.
In simple terms, TSVS allows the UAS ground pilot to see through haze, clouds, fog, rain, snow, dust or smoke, and simulates what is seen during good weather in daylight. The 3-D image can be viewed from the pilot’s perspective (ego-centric view) or from a wingman’s perspective (exo-centric view). TSVS has the capability to process UAS sensor information and tactical data link information into the image to provide the operator an enhanced view of the operational area, including the display of land points, air platforms, and friendly, neutral and hostile land tracks.
TSVS offers critical situational awareness to decision makers in ground control stations. Having complete, accurate and up to the minute awareness of the surroundings is essential to UAS mission success.
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