Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) Systems




Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) or Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are air vehicles that are new to air traffic management and that have become a part of today's day to day life. The wide variety of possible areas of use creates a new industry with a wide range of economic potential. Developments in unmanned aeronautics are developing faster than human aviation. The difficulty in this situation lies in the safe and efficient operation of the world of human and unmanned aerial vehicles using the same airspace. The most important factor in this regard is the increase of safety awareness through the establishment of training factors in unmanned aeronautics. On the other hand, the absence of any models that fit all the models for RPA/UAV systems presents a major challenge.


Numerous research and development studies around the world and in our country of RPA/UAV systems; detection and avoidance, avionics systems and sensors. Incorporation of these vehicles into existing air traffic management may lead to significant changes in navigation, air vehicle detection and decision-making parameters compared to human aviation. In this case, it will be important to evaluate and investigate the effects of the technical capabilities of the RPA/UAV systems on the users (such as the RPA/UAV pilot, the pilot, etc.). This research and development will be of great benefit in terms of cost, time and safety to be done with simulation based systems from real flights.

Given the developments in our country and in the world, it is estimated that the RPA/UAV systems will be part of our future in the future. In this respect, as in the world, significant efforts are being made in our country and significant investments are made. When these developments are taken into consideration, it is important to establish the infrastructure for testing, training and qualification specific to R & D systems and to produce simulation-based systems as a national vision. In this context, we make modeling of human and especially RPA/UAV systems in three dimensions for use in flight training simulators.