Unmanned Forest Fire Monitoring
• aviation works on forest protection (patrol) from fires and its extinguishment by means of aviation; • aerial photography of forests; • forest pathology research; • phenological observations; • Air patrol of local forest areas aimed at detection of forest fires; • Information support for ground fire fighting crews; • Prevention of illegal business activity.
Aerial survey of wildlife
The use of UAV for monitoring of hunting resources and their habitat Flying over the programmed path at a specified altitude, a UAV conducts photo (video) survey of the area in the automatic mode. All the data is digitally recorded during the flight and later processed by means of special software. The flight results in a number of geo-linked high-quality digital images of the explored area. After processing, the images are ready for further analysis in accordance with the set tasks. Depending on the tasks, the flight programs and recorded parameters can vary.
Unmanned aerial thermal imaging
Unmanned aerial thermal (infrared) imaging serves to provide pipeline security, detect probable leaks and illegal tapping of oil pipelines. It also helps to detect persons and objects in the pipeline exclusion zone regardless of light conditions. As opposed to a standard daylight optical spectrum camera that captures the light reflected from objects, a thermal imager “sees” the temperature of objects (infrared imaging) regardless of the time of the day. A thermal imager captures infrared radiation of the object and shows how warm it is in comparison to other objects in the scene
UAV for agricultural application
detect and track plant diseases;
apply chemicals and fertilizers more precisely;
identify problems earlier than they can be identified by a human eye;
differentiate plant species or recognize other plant, soil or chemical conditions;
identify plant stress factors, soil types, insecticides;
define vegetation indices such as NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index);
detect different degrees of soil heating that can influence crop volumes.
We design and manufacture unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to be used for video surveillance and aerial photography. Besides, we offer unmanned oil and gas pipelines surveillance services to fuel and energy companies and real-time mapping services using our drones. The main production facilities are located in Yerevan.
UAVLAB company make sure to closely monitor the production
process according international standards.
UAV technologies appeared a long time ago. At first, they were complicated and expensive complexes of an exceptionally military application. However, the last ten years saw a real breakthrough in the field. As computing systems grew smaller and satellite navigation developed (GPS/GLONASS), it became possible to design unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) of a smaller size and weight and, more importantly, at a much lower cost. Today UAV technologies are almost as accessible as domestic appliances.
optical region video-recorders;
infaa-red (IR) band camera-recorders (infrared imager);
optical band cameras;
Video data from the UAV is transmitted through the radio channel to the ground control station (GCS). The data in the UAV is recorded to solid-state drive of a video recorder or transmitted to the GCS where it is saved to the computer memory.
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