FEINDEF 2019: SDLE to show its virtual reality system for UAS
On May 29, 30 and 31, Star Defence Logistics & Engineering (SDLE) will present in Madrid, at the International Fair of Defence and Security (FEINDEF), its latest developments in unmanned aerial systems (UAS) for military and civilian security use. Aeronautica SDLE will show at FEINDEF its immersive learning system supported in augmented reality to train UAS pilots specialized in intelligence and recognition operations.
Aeronautica SDLE will show at FEINDEF its immersive learning system supported in augmented reality to train UAS pilots specialized in intelligence and recognition operations (Picture source: SDLE)
Thanks to its commitment to innovation and integration of the latest technologies, by 2018 SDLE was acknowledged by the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities as Innovative SME. The Madrid-based company is expanding its facilities and has recently launched two new departments, Optronics and Electronics and Communications Security, which join the company's Engineering Department for the development of logistics support software for military operations.
Virtual reality for UAS management
The SDLE Drones Division, Aeronáutica SDLE, is specialized in UAS development, manufacturing and integration. The company will show at FEINDEF its immersive learning system to train UAS pilots specialized in intelligence and recognition operations. It is a system supported in virtual and augmented reality, with which users can learn the aircraft performance and also experience a first-person flight simulation at indoor spaces and critical scenarios.
Another outstanding equipment manufactured by Aeronautica SDLE is the Portable Antidron Security System. It is an antidron system capable of neutralize an unlimited number of drones, a more and more necessary capability given the increasing criminal use of drones and the danger that these will be used as swarms.
Aeronautica SDLE designs software for different missions on customer request and investigates to adapt the potential of drones to social needs in civilian use. In addition to its UAS range -available for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations (ISR), emergencies and inspection of critical infrastructures- the SDLE drone division offers customized autonomous solutions which increase or improve the reach of human capabilities and eliminate risks for people at difficult to access environments or with high exposure to harmful agents.
In the pavilion number 8, at IFEMA (Madrid), FEINDEF first edition will have more than 150 national and international exhibitors. The attendance of more than 50 delegations from international organizations and ministries of defence from all over the world is also planned.