UAVOS’s Autopilot Solution Gets Massive Boost in Speed and Processing Capacity

UAVOS has introduced the cutting-edge AP.11 autopilot system, featuring advanced sensors, enhanced processing capabilities, and a new Total Energy Control controller (TECS) to manage the speed and altitude of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). This next-generation system represents a significant leap forward in UAV technology:

  • Increased Longevity: The AP.11 system offers longer hardware lifespan and ease of support, ensuring that it remains a reliable solution for the future.
  • Hardware-Independent Software: It provides software that is compatible with open architecture implementations, making it versatile and adaptable.
  • Proven Track Record: Built upon previous generation systems with over 1 million flight hours across multiple customers, the AP.11 system is grounded in a history of successful flight control solutions.

According to UAVOS CEO Aliaksei Stratsilatau, “The new UAVOS AP.11 autopilot system will provide customers with a huge increase in processing power, longer hardware lifespan, easier support, and more integration options to meet both security and commercial UAV needs well into the future.”

The UAVOS-designed flight management system encompasses an air vehicle autopilot, a ground station, a simulation environment, and operator interface software. It supports fully autonomous flight operations for UAVs.

This latest version of the AP11 autopilot technology boasts a more open architecture, allowing it to be deployed in various hardware environments, reducing costs, and facilitating support and implementation across different platforms.

Furthermore, the UAVOS flight control system enhances autopilot performance in scenarios without GNSS, offering precision auto land, moving baseline landing support, VTOL support, and more. The AP.11 autopilot is also more resilient to magnetic disturbances, significantly improving flight control accuracy.

The UAVOS family of systems has accumulated over one million flight hours across a variety of UAV platforms, including stratospheric aircraft, high-altitude meteorological gliders, fixed-wing UAVs, unmanned helicopters, and more, serving both security and commercial customers.

Aliaksei Stratsilatau emphasizes that this advancement showcases UAVOS’s technical maturity in controlling unmanned aircraft systems with adherence to the Autopilot System Architecture.

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