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ED&G 100 Section 13 Group 7 CAII Project 2 Sponsored by BAE
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Customer Needs Assessment Design a surveillance system that can detect and track and intruder for a specified distance Have a system that requires minimum personnel and maintenance Use an Unmanned Aerial vehicle at some point in the surveillance system Keep cost low and use as many off the shelf technologies as possible
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CONOPS 5 predators maintain complete surveillance chain Predators operate at level 1 (7,620m) Level 1 maximizes effectiveness of surveillance equipment Level 1 equipment Five mid range radar Predator detects intruder Predator sends alert to base Base acts on the detection
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COST ANALYSIS 7500 50 150 Window Motor 25 million 50 500k Mid Radar 40 million 10 4million Predator 4000 10 400 Alternator Price $ Qty. Price each $ Part
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PREDATOR RANGE: 643.6 km WING SPAN: 8.2296 m ENDURANCE: 16 HRS ALTITUDE: 7,620 m MAX GTO: 1020.57 kg VELOCITY: 36-62 m/s PAYLOAD: 204.1 kg
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POWER SUPPLY N400 ALTERNATOR RATED VOLTAGE: 24-28 VOLTS
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  • Spring '08
  • ESPARRAGOZAIVAN
  • Unmanned aerial vehicle, predator, Quick detection time, maximum detection range, Medium power consumption, Potential clutter problem

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