Ground Control Stations (GCS)

We supply several types of Ground Control Stations. From our portable, all-in-one UAV operational command to highly complex and customisable, Control Center GCS. All of the Ground Control Stations will operate any of our UAV’s.

UXC-800

The UXC-800 is a compact and robust control system, which includes mission computer, remote control and video link receiver.

Lightweight and easily portable
Access to the aircraft telemetry parameters
Flight modes: Manual / FAS (Flight Assist System) Return Home/Browse
Access the operational site map with UAV location and route
Possibility to create/modify/analyse missions
Possibility of integration of vision systems
Access the operational site map with UAV location and route
Possibility of integration of vision systems in control of the aircraft (for follow-up operations)

UXC-500

UXC-500 is the advanced version of portable control ground station.

Two sets of joysticks for simultaneous UAV and gimbal control
Access to the UAV telemetry parameters
Telemetry link compatible with MAVlink (433 MHz, 868 MHz or 915 MHz)
Control Link: 2,4GHz, 12 Channels PPM or TTL Serie
Video link: 5.8Ghz
Access the operational site map with UAV location and route
Possibility of integration of vision systems in control of the UAV (for follow-up operations)

Stabilize This mode allows operator to fly the UAV manually, but self levels the roll and pitch axis.
Alt Hold The UAV maintains a consistent altitude while allowing roll, pitch, and yaw to be controlled normally.
Loiter Automatically attempts to maintain the current location, heading and altitude. The operator may fly the UAV in Loiter mode as if it were in manual. Releasing the sticks will continue to hold position.
RTL (Return to Launch) The UAV navigates from its current position and land at home position.
Auto The UAV will follow a GCS pre-planned mission with definitions of;
• Waypoints
• Route (the system defines automatically the sequence of way points)
• Area (the system defines automatically the optimal route to cover the defined area)
Guided This capability allows operator to interactively command the UAV to travel to a target location by clicking on a point on the Flight Data map. Once the location is reached, the UAV will hover at that location, waiting for the next target.
Circle Circle will orbit a point of interest with the front of the UAV.

Size: 520 mm x 420 mm x 200 mm
Weight: 8500 g
Ruggedised Computer: i5 Processor; 4Gb RAM; 128 Gb SSD
Battery: 1 unit Rechargeable LiPO 22.2 V/16 Ah
Power: 12 hours
Operative System: Linux or Windows
Resistance: IP 64

G-201 Ground Control Station (GCS)

G-201 is a customised Ground Control Station (GCS) ready to integrate on any kind of shelter/container or building facilities. It is 48 cm rack compatible for 3rd party products.

This GCS, in addition to all the features of the Portable GCS (UXC-500/UXC-850), can be customised to different workplaces, for operating, image analysis among other functions associated to a real time UAV or UAV system control.

4 Available Working Seats Meteorological Station
Jamming Detection System AIS/VTS – Automatic Identification System/Vessel Traffic Service
Long Range Thermal and Visible Cameras ACARS– Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System allowing to have a real time monitoring of Airlines
VHF Communication VHF Range Finder
Universal Radio Receiver 0-3 Ghz Multiple UAV management simultaneously
Access to the UAVs telemetry parameters Telemetry links compatible with MAVlink (433 MHz, 868 MHz or 915 MHz)
Control Links: 2,4GHz, 12 Channels PPM or TTL Serie Video links: 5.8Ghz
Access the operational site map with UAVs locations and routes Possibility of integration of vision systems in control of UAVs (for follow-up operations)

FPV (First Person View) When flying FPV, the pilot’s view is that of a would be real pilot on board the aircraft and as such does not need to maintain visual line of sight (LOS). this mode does not exist by itself but only in conjunction with the Stabilise, Alt. Hold and Loiter.
Stabilize Allows operator to fly the UAV manually, but self levels the roll and pitch axis.
Alt Hold The UAV maintains a consistent altitude while allowing roll, pitch, and yaw to be controlled normally.
Loiter Automatically attempts to maintain the current location, heading and altitude. The operator may fly the UAV in Loiter mode as if it were in manual. Releasing the sticks will continue to hold position.
RTL (Return to Launch) The UAV navigates from its current position and land at home position.
Auto The UAV will follow a GCS pre-planned mission with definitions of;
• Waypoints
• Route (the system defines automatically the sequence of way points)
• Area (the system defines automatically the optimal route to cover the defined area)
Guided This capability allows operator to interactively command the UAV to travel to a target location by clicking on a point on the Flight Data map. Once the location is reached, the UAV will hover at that location, waiting for the next target.
Circle Circle will orbit a point of interest with the front of the UAV.

Automatic Target Recognition This system is able to learn the shape of a target, search it, lock it and interfaces with an alarming System in order to call the attention of the operator to the target found.
Geolock System This system is able to automatically control the gimbal of a UAV in order to point to a specific geographic waypoint regardless of the position and orientation of the UAV.

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