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Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2012
Total Production: ?
Origin: United Arab Emirates
Corporations: ADCOM Systems
Parent System: ADNAV GCS
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2012
Total Production: ?
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Description: The ADCOM Systems ADNAV GCS is a ground control station (GCS) designed to operate one or multiple (up to seven) unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) simultaneously. The GCS is provided inside a single air-transportable, all-in, luxury vehicle providing for comfort, power and efficiency instead of small trailer. The control station has room for up to four operators and dinning and sleeping area for up to five persons with all the support facilities and equipment necessary to provide a comfortable stay such as air conditioning, etc. The minimum crew two persons in charge of tracking, commanding, control and communicate with the air vehicles. The system's mission planner features four modes of auto navigation in support of the air vehicles.

The built-in power system includes a 10 KVA generator that runs if the 220V external power fails and batteries that can supply electricity to allow operations for up to five hours. The communications system includes four omni antennas (2 UHF + 2 VHF), two video directional antennas, one satellite antenna and one satellite TV receiver antenna. The system can manage air vehicles at ranges of up to 150 kilometers. The ADNAV ground control station has been built with multiple system's redundancy and automated monitoring to provide full situational awareness while avoiding critical failures and collision with the ground.

ADNAV GCS Specifications

Crew: 2
Number of Aircraft: 7
Max Tracking Range: 150 kilometer
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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