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Friday, May 2, 2014

Black Hawk helicopter controlled by Remote Control

The team of researchers from the United States is working on a recent innovation in the world of technology and flight, the helicopter is controlled with a remote control. Unmitigated, remote control helicopter is Black Hawk.
The Optionally Piloted Black Hawk (OPBH) Demonstrator program aims at developing aircraft capable of flying without a pilot. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/Pw4Ao3)
This technology is now highlighted the unmanned aircraft called drones that can be remote controlled. Drone that has a half-size motorcycle that has also been used for warfare missions. However, because of the small, drones are only used to send packages of goods.

While Black Hawk type is troop transport helicopter that is often used in warfare missions. Unfortunately, the Black Hawk that are required to float suspended in the air while lowering the troops so often become the perfect target for the enemy's rocket launcher.

Therefore, the Black Hawk remote control technology, so-called the Optionally Piloted Black Hawk (OPBH), designed to avoid the death of the pilot when hit by an enemy rocket attacks.

The Black Hawk helicopter with the remote control does not have difference with the conventional Black Hawk. Equally able to transport troops, it's just that their movements are controlled by pilots on the ground. OPBH pilots such as are playing with the remote control helicopter toy.

Meanwhile, to avoid the problems of OPBH, such as running out of battery or sending signals to the helicopter remote control is not going well, the team made a special monitoring system OPBH. System called Matrix that will monitor all movements and helicopter engines, and have control of their own to take action in accordance with instructions of human or automated. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GIZMAG]
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