UAV Navigation is pleased to announce our new VECTOR MCC. We will present this new product on DSEI.
The VECTOR Mission Control Computer (VECTOR MCC) is highly suitable for projects that require extensive I/O capabilities and/or custom payload management.
The VECTOR MCC enhances the already impressive I/O capabilities of the VECTOR autopilot, thereby allowing the user to increase even further the number of payloads which can be controlled on an advanced UAV. In this configuration, the mission is managed as usual by the UAV system operator via the GCS, taking advantage of Visionair GCS software for pre-flight configuration, mission execution and post-flight analysis. The VECTOR MCC can automatically manage the mission based on telemetry information received from the VECTOR and from any devices or payloads connected.
The VECTOR MCC provides the user flexibility to develop their own drivers for payloads which are not critical to flight safety and without the risk of interfering with core UAV control.
- Extra I/O capabilities for the most advanced configurations. Even more connectivity options, whilst maintaining the reliability and performance of the UAV Navigation Flight Control System based on VECTOR and Visionair.
- Safety and flexibility to develop payload-related features completely separate from core UAV control, thereby eliminating any risk to flight safety.
- Maximum flight safety thanks to the VECTOR autopilot. Actuators and key sensors necessary for flight control are connected to the VECTOR.
- MIL-STD-810F, MIL-STD 461F and ISO 9001:2015 qualified hardware.
VECTOR SDK and Visionair SDK availability for MCC programming and Visionair customization.
About UAV Navigation
UAV Navigation is a privately-owned company that has specialized in the design of flight control solutions for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) since being founded in 2004. The Company is ISO 9001:2015-certified and has a worldwide distributor network. UAV Navigation’s flight control solutions are used by a variety of Tier 1 aerospace manufacturers in a wide range of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) – also known as Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) or ‘drones’. These include high-performance tactical unmanned planes, aerial targets, mini-UAVs and helicopters. The autopilots are characterized by their reliability and robustness, with over 60,000 flight hours in all kinds of weather and on all kinds of platform.