A game-changing unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) has been making the headlines
. The Navy’s X-47B
, one of the vehicles being proposed for the Unmanned Carrier-Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike (UCLASS) program has successfully taken off and landed from an aircraft carrier—a daunting task for man or machine. AGI’s Systems Tool Kit
has many capabilities that can support UAV concepts, engineering and operations. Specifically, for UAVs operating in remote areas near threats, we can consider RF communications, radar analysis, navigation errors, sensor modeling, performance modeling, detection avoidance and flight characteristics for test and evaluation, concept of operations, maritime systems integration, mission analysis, intelligence preparation and battle damage assessment.
We put together a website to show the art of the possible with AGI technology using notional data for UCLASS. You can see these capabilities at atb.agi.com
if you are logged in with your AGI web account. The following video is derived from some of the scenarios developed for analysis on the site.
The Basic STK Air Missions
scenario also shows how to model, analyze, and visualize an aircraft mission in free STK