A SMART EXPLORATORY SURVEILLANCE AND POSITION TRACKING SYSTEM FOR A HELIUM BASED UNMANNED AIR VEHICLE
By growing attention on UAVs (unmanned air vehicle), it has become pervasive to use them in aerial observation and keep track of other aircraft. A 360° high resolution camera placed on helium based UAV captures video streaming in terabytes everyday as well as sensor data. Despite the fact that every aircraft has such kind of vision tracking and database systems today, they all have their own deficiencies. So, the evaluation of such contents are separated from each other in terms of performance. In this work, we point out a new kind of smart system like ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast) technology for aircraft. With big data approach, we classify aircraft according to data they produce (volume), the speed of production and use (velocity) and the scope of data (variety). Then we propose a novel, smart and user-friendly interface that allows human-controllers to semiconsciously select different aircraft’s positions on air step by step. Also we deploy a secondary unit on helium based UAV to collect necessary data compatible with the cloud. This communicates with the human-controller on ground for further processes and help decide to take action in urgent cases or to share data for machine-to-machine interaction using novel interface.
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