Aviones sin piloto (UAS, RPAS, UCAS, UAV, UCAV, drones)

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Notapor Vorlon el Lun Mar 22, 2021 3:40 pm

Lo que le pasa al país es que la solución esta en manos del problema.
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Notapor champi el Lun Mar 22, 2021 9:21 pm

Pdf con alguna información interesante del MQ-25A: https://media.defense.gov/2021/Mar/17/2 ... 20210222(1).PDF/MQ-25A-FEA-PUBLIC-220210222(1).PDF
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De la policía de Madrid: https://twitter.com/AlphaSecDef/status/ ... 6518372357
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Re: Aviones sin piloto (UAS, RPAS, UCAS, UAV, UCAV, drones)

Notapor Pardiez el Mar Mar 23, 2021 8:41 am

Creo que esto no lo he visto por aquí antes. Aunque no está concebido directamente como RPAS de uso militar sus aplicaciones en ese ámbito son innegables: Observación, comunicaciones tácticas, SIGINT, etc. La capacidad de permanecer sobre la zona de interés durante semanas de forma ininterrumpida son unas capacidades únicas que ahora no pueden ser cubiertas por ninguna aeronave (se entiende que actuando de forma individual sin relevos). Eso sí, de utilidad esencialmente en espacios aéreos no contestados.

Un concepto interesante el de los HAPS y además en este caso desarrollado en España. A ver si tienen suerte y llegan a buen puerto.

https://www.altran.com/es/es/case_study/ecosat/
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Notapor Kique el Mar Mar 23, 2021 10:26 am

Defense News confirma que Arabia Saudita estaría iniciando la co-producción de drones de ataque de diseño turco "Karayel-SU". Se espera la entrega de 40 unidades en el periodo 2021-2025.
https://twitter.com/Political_Room/stat ... 1255816197
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Notapor Orel el Mar Mar 23, 2021 3:13 pm

Ya están modificando los L-39 para el experimento ACE de la USAF en que enfrentarán esos aviones no tripulados con IA a cazas tripulados en dogfight:
https://twitter.com/alert5/status/1374237062065319937

Y además relacionado:
DARPA tests artificial intelligent dogfighting in two-versus-one simulations

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)’s Air Combat Evolution (ACE) programme tested team dogfighting between artificial intelligence-controlled fighters in a software simulation in February.

“Scrimmage 1”, run by Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, tested artificial intelligence algorithms in simulated two-versus-one engagements: two friendly “blue” F-16s fighting as a team against an enemy “red” aircraft, says DARPA on 18 March.

The simulations follow the AlphaDogfight Trials conducted in August, a virtual demonstration of one-versus-one dogfighting with a short-range gun. The new scrimmages included long-range virtual missile engagements.

“These new engagements represent an important step in building trust in the algorithms since they allow us to assess how the [artificial intelligent] agents handle clear avenue of fire restrictions set up to prevent fratricide,” says Colonel Dan Javorsek, programme manager in DARPA’s Strategic Technology Office. “This is exceedingly important when operating with offensive weapons in a dynamic and confusing environment that includes a manned fighter, and also affords the opportunity to increase the complexity and teaming associated with manoeuvring two aircraft in relation to an adversary.”

Ultimately, DARPA envisions loyal wingman unmanned air vehicles (UAV) handling dogfighting autonomously while a human pilot would focus on “higher-cognitive battle manager decisions”. The agency is working to demonstrate that artificial intelligence-controlled UAVs can be trusted in battle.

To begin capturing this trust data, test pilots have flown several flights in an L-29 jet trainer at the University of Iowa Technology Institute’s Operator Performance Laboratory,” says DARPA. “The two-seat jet is outfitted with sensors in the cockpit to measure pilot physiological responses, giving researchers clues as to whether the pilot is trusting the [artificial intelligence] or not.”

For safety reasons, the L-39 Albatros jet is actually flown from the front cockpit seat by a “human servo actuator”, a human pilot that is reading flight instructions generated by an artificially intelligent program and then executing those manoeuvres. “To the evaluator pilot in the backseat, it appears as if the [artificial intelligence program] is performing the aircraft manoeuvres,” says DARPA.

“We’ve started looking at measurement techniques to see where the evaluation pilot’s head is pointing, as well as where their eyes are looking around the cockpit,” Javorsek says. “This enables us to see how much the pilot is checking on the autonomy by looking outside the window, and comparing that to how much time they spend on their battle management task.”

DARPA plans to transition its dogfighting artificial intelligence algorithms from its simulations to subscale aircraft demonstration in late 2021.

The ACE programme will culminate in a full-scale, artificial intelligence-controlled L-39 jet flying in team dogfight trials in late 2023 and 2024. DARPA is developing aero performance models of the L-39 and contractor Calspan has begun modifying an initial aircraft.

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Re: Aviones sin piloto (UAS, RPAS, UCAS, UAV, UCAV, drones)

Notapor poliorcetes el Mié Mar 24, 2021 12:53 pm

https://breakingdefense.com/2021/03/uk- ... ense-plan/

The Ministry of Defence appears to be looking at the future of conflict in much the same way as the Pentagon, as a standoff fight with long-range precision weapons in which ground armor is less important.

“We’ve looked at what happened when the Turkish army went into northeast Syria with armed drones, and we’ve looked at what happened in Nagorno-Karabakh,” Heappey said. “And what we can see there is that the nature of the close battle in the land domain has changed, and it’s really deprioritized [armor] in favor of precision deep fires.”

On a distributed battlefield, “having lots of mass doesn’t feel entirely relevant to the way that the world’s going,” he added.


Los British parece que lo tienen claro
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Notapor Orel el Mié Mar 24, 2021 1:17 pm

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The Ministry of Defence appears to be looking at the future of conflict in much the same way as the Pentagon, as a standoff fight with long-range precision weapons in which ground armor is less important.

“We’ve looked at what happened when the Turkish army went into northeast Syria with armed drones, and we’ve looked at what happened in Nagorno-Karabakh,” Heappey said. “And what we can see there is that the nature of the close battle in the land domain has changed, and it’s really deprioritized [armor] in favor of precision deep fires.”

On a distributed battlefield, “having lots of mass doesn’t feel entirely relevant to the way that the world’s going,” he added.


Los British parece que lo tienen claro

Desde luego. De ahí su gran recorte en carros y blindados pesados, aparte de ahorrar.

Cinco empresas optan al gran contrato para VTUAS de la armada australiana:
https://www.flightglobal.com/military-u ... 09.article

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Re: Aviones sin piloto (UAS, RPAS, UCAS, UAV, UCAV, drones)

Notapor Kique el Mié Mar 24, 2021 7:34 pm

India planea firmar un acuerdo de defensa con EE.UUpara adquirir 30 drones armados por valor 3.000 M$ para mejorar las capacidades militares. Según los planes, India adquirirá 30 @GeneralAtomics MQ-9 Reaper, 10 cada uno para los tres servicios.
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Notapor Kique el Mié Mar 24, 2021 10:32 pm

Rusia ha logrado integrar los drones Orlan-10 y Takhion con el obús remolcado 2A65 Msta-B de 152 mm. Las pruebas del conjunto se han llevado a cabo recientemente en Zabaykalsly.
https://twitter.com/REjercitos/status/1 ... 64868?s=20


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Notapor poliorcetes el Jue Mar 25, 2021 3:39 pm

Con tal de lograr enlace radio, la bajada de costo y aumento de capacidades es la que es: revolucionaria. Y eso es a piñón, sólo con pajaritos.

Imaginad ahora lo que logra el fireweaver o sus sucesores
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Notapor champi el Jue Mar 25, 2021 10:42 pm

El Gray Eagle supera el millón de horas de vuelo: https://airrecognition.com/index.php/ne ... hours.html
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Re: Aviones sin piloto (UAS, RPAS, UCAS, UAV, UCAV, drones)

Notapor Orel el Vie Mar 26, 2021 9:45 am

Con tal de lograr enlace radio, la bajada de costo y aumento de capacidades es la que es: revolucionaria. Y eso es a piñón, sólo con pajaritos.
Imaginad ahora lo que logra el fireweaver o sus sucesores

Exacto.
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Re: Aviones sin piloto (UAS, RPAS, UCAS, UAV, UCAV, drones)

Notapor Orel el Vie Mar 26, 2021 10:18 am

Australia con su concurso para drones embarcados... y Canadá también para su Guardia Costera:
https://www.janes.com/defence-news/news ... uard-ships
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Notapor poliorcetes el Vie Mar 26, 2021 10:37 am

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/si ... e-14368346

Singapore-based aviation contractor aims to build supersonic combat drone in Seletar hangar
supersonic combat drone Arrow Kelley Aerospace
Kelley Aerospace says the Arrow, seen in this artist's impression, can fly at speeds of up to Mach 2.1, or 2,572km/h. (Photo: Kelley Aerospace)
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25 Mar 2021 06:05AM
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SINGAPORE: A dozen drones carrying bombs are flying so fast, faster than the speed of sound, that they are leading a fighter jet into battle.

Some of them fall away to take out high-value targets, hitting at such speed that the enemy has no time to react. Others become bait for hostile missiles, sacrificing themselves to protect the jet bursting in from behind to destroy the remaining threats.

This is how a supersonic unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) could be used during aerial warfare, and one of these machines could be built in Singapore.

Avraham Kelley supersonic combat drone Arrow
Kelley Aerospace chairman Avraham Kelley posing with a full-sized model of the Arrow at his hangar in Seletar. (Photo: Marcus Mark Ramos)

On Feb 25, Singapore-based Kelley Aerospace unveiled the Arrow, a combat drone concept made of carbon fibre that it said will fly at speeds of up to Mach 2.1, or 2,572km/h.





No se ve la entrada/s de aire... y fibra de carbono para mach 2?
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Notapor poliorcetes el Sab Mar 27, 2021 2:14 am

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Robots at war: The future for autonomous systems at sea in the Indo-Pacific
24 March 2021
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It is not inconceivable that by the 2040s, much of the fighting will be done by the robots, with their human masters kept well behind harm’s way.

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Future naval forces will exploit a mix of traditional crewed vessels and unmanned autonomous systems that operate over, on and under the waves. These autonomous systems will be able to generate a lethal effect on the future battlespace and, as a recent report by the Congressional Research Service suggested, be “…capable of both independently identifying a target and employing an onboard weapon to engage and destroy the target without manual human control.” [1] The introduction of lethal autonomous weapon systems has some significant implications for future warfare. [...]
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