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MIT ICAT MIT ICAT Human and Automation Integration Considerations for UAV Systems Prof. R. John Hansman Roland Weibel MIT International Center for Air Transportation Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics
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MIT ICAT MIT ICAT Possible Commercial UAV Applications - Motivation y Remote Sensing ¡ Meteorology ¡ Scientific Research ¡ Aerial Photography/ Mapping ¡ Pipeline Spotting ¡ Disaster Monitoring ¡ Agriculture y Surveillance ¡ Border Patrol ¡ Homeland Security/ Law Enforcement ¡ Traffic Monitoring ¡ Search and Rescue y Data Delivery ¡ Communications Relay ¡ Multimedia Broadcast y Cargo Transport
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MIT ICAT MIT ICAT Possible Military UAV Missions - Motivation y Intelligence ¡ Reconnaissance ¡ Target Monitoring ¡ Forward Air Control ¡ Electronic Warfare ¡ Search and Rescue ¡ Battle Damage Assessment (BDA) y Offensive Operation ¡ Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (SEAD) ¡ Close Air Support ¡ Deep Strike y Cargo Transport
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MIT ICAT MIT ICAT Current Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Aerovironment Black Widow – 2.12 oz. BAE Systems Microstar – 3.0 oz. Sig Kadet II RC Trainer – 5 lb Aerovironment Pointer – 9.6 lb Boeing/ Insitu Scaneagle – 33 lb IAI Scout – 351 lb Boeing X-45A UCAV – 12,195 lb (est) Micro Mini Tactical High Alt / UCAV Short Range Bell Eagle Eye – 2,250 lb Allied Aero. LADF – 3.8 lb NOAA Weather Balloon 2-6 lb Gen. Atomics – Predator B – 7,000 lb Northrop-Grumman Global Hawk 25,600 lb UAV Weight (lb) 0 1 10 100 1,000 10,000 100,000 **Mass Range** Large range of UAV types as users of NAS -propulsion, configuration, capabilities, etc
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MIT ICAT MIT ICAT Ceiling Shed Mk3 Fox Gnat Gnat 2 Predator B ProwlerII Heron Seascan Robocopter Hunter Dragon Eye Camcopter Hermes 1500 Mini-V Survey-Copter 1 Shadow 200 Helios Pointer Azimut Biodrone Perseus Phoenix Eagle Eye Sheddon Eagle 2 Luna Altus II Predator Searcher Scout Spectre Solar Bird Raptor Global Hawk Fire Scout Sender RMAX 0 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 70000 1 10 100 1000 10000 100000 Max TO Weight (lb) Ceiling (ft) Electric Piston Turbocharged Turboprop Turboshaft Turbofan + * Micro Mini Tactical MALE HALE Rotary Legend FL 600 18,000 ft Class A Class G Classes B-E, G
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MIT ICAT MIT ICAT Takeoff Method Hand-launched: Aerovironment Pointer Rocket-Assisted: Hunter UAV Rail-Launched: Sperwar Tilt-Rotor: Eagle Eye Runway Takeoff: X-45 UCAV
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ICAT MIT ICAT Basic Supervisory Control Architecture Human Operator Displays Controls Human Int. Computer
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course AERO 16.410 taught by Professor Brianwilliams during the Fall '05 term at MIT.

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