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Simulation of the introduction and operation of Jinhae Base Command
Real-time transmission of field surveillance footage to the Command and Control Office.
KCMVP authentication module blocks hacking sources
Plans to expand to ship operations after the coastal mission.
<Navy surveillance drone developed by USIS>
Unauthorized ships will be spotted in the eastern military area of Gadeok Island in Busan at 5:35 a.m. before sunrise. Two drones from the Navy's drone monitoring team will be dispatched to the coordinates 1.2 kilometers away in automatic mission flight mode. The drone, which arrives at the scene in just one minute, uses a high-resolution optical thermal imaging camera to film the movement and concealment of unauthorized ships and send them to the command control room. The Navy Command and Control Office immediately sends a nearby patrol vessel to arrest the vessel.'
It is a simulation of the operation of the Navy's drone boundary monitoring system.
USIS (CEO Lee Il-woo) made an announcement on the 20th that it has completed a project to build a "Navy Drone Boundary Monitoring System" and is currently conducting system operation training and drone flight training with the Navy Drone Monitoring Team.
The Navy's drone surveillance system is a military drone system that carries out maritime surveillance missions and maritime surveillance missions. By sending on-site surveillance footage to the command and control offices in real time, it can compensate for gaps caused by the reduction of vigilance and patrol forces, and increase the ability to perform existing surveillance alert operations by sharing real-time information between sites and command units.
System is composed of wired and wireless drones and integrated monitoring software (SW) for field boundaries.
Wired drones are suitable for a wide range of surveillance missions as they can be operated for long periods of time with continuous power supply. Wireless drones arrive at the site ahead of dispatched troops and perform surveillance and reconnaissance missions with fast maneuvering.
It will encrypt surveillance images and control signals and block external hacking from sources by installing KCMVP (Korea Cryptographic Module Verification System) certification module depending on the characteristics of military drones.
<Image of Navy Drone Boundary Surveillance System>
USIS developed and applied hardware components such as flight control parts and power control parts from drone gas frames to SW.
The gas frame is solidly designed to facilitate operational tasks even in poor coastal environments such as strong winds and high humidity. The GCS, which controls drones, was specially designed to meet Navy requirements. Self-flight control SW, which can control multiple drones, has been certified as GS.
The Navy plans to apply the system to coastal land and maritime border surveillance missions this year, and to expand operations on maritime vessels in the future.
"The drone maritime border monitoring system will be a new eye to enhance naval operational capabilities," said CEO Lee Il-woo. "We will contribute to the development of the Korean drone industry by developing various defense drones in cooperation with the Jinhae Base Command, which introduced border patrol drones for the first time."
The government is pushing for various policy support and regulatory reforms with the goal of advancing Korean drone technology to the world's fifth-largest level by 2025, and the need to introduce unmanned surveillance systems such as CCTV and drones continues to increase due to the reduction of guard forces.
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