Expanding the Current Possibilities of Data Recognition and Retransmission Using Modern Aerostats

PAWEL DOBRZYNSKI, STANISLAW LIPSKI, BOGDAN MACHOWSKI, ROMAN MUSIAL Subsonic Unmanned Anti-Tank SKORPION

Abstract


The article presents the issues of using modern aerostats to increase the capabilities of image recognition and radiolocation systems, as well as data retransmission. A feature that differentiates airships from balloons is their own propulsion and rudders, thanks to which their flight can take place after a preplanned route and long distances. Airships are divided into three classes; pressure (frameless), half-skeletal, and skeletal. The article recalls the concept of the stratospheric aerostat and also presents the aerostat of low altitudes made in this country, which is a continuator of the interwar reconnaissance system using the LECH airship. The aerostats presented in the article belong to the group of airships. Already in pre-war Poland, it was necessary to eliminate the military superiority of the western and eastern neighbours through the possibility of pre-emptive actions resulting from the possibility of recognizing the situation from the air at that time. Currently, the country is working on innovative solutions for modern aerostats. There is the possibility of implementing a stratospheric aerostat by Polish companies that are adapted to the specificity of geographical latitude, which is in the sphere of our interest in recognition and retransmission.

Keywords


aerostat, image recognition, radar recognition, retransmission of dataText


DOI
10.12783/dtcse/fe2019/30686

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