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In the Russian Federation created a security system for landing helicopters on the deck of the ship

Russia has developed a system for controlling the takeoff and landing of helicopters and UAVs on the deck of ships, as well as on offshore structures, reports Gearmix with reference to the resource www.en.portnews.

The prototype of the system was developed by the Krylov State Scientific Center (KGNTs).

“The system conducts non-contact measurement of air flow near the runway, taking into account the characteristics of the air flow in the deck superstructure of ships and offshore structures and zones of derailed flow. In addition, in real-time it monitors the movement of air in the landing zone of a helicopter or a drone, ”the material says.

Also, the specialists of the center have developed a technology capable of determining “the structure of the air flow, taking into account the increase or decrease in the force of gusts, as well as changes in the course and speed of the ship”. According to the engineers, “the system predicts the kinematic parameters of the movement of a ship or platform for an accident-free take-off or landing.”

In KGNTs noted that the system will significantly reduce the likelihood of accidents, as well as expand the scope of use of helicopters and UAVs. Thanks to her, Russian aircraft and the ships on which they are based will have a competitive advantage over their foreign counterparts.
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  1. san4es
    san4es 6 September 2017 11: 42
    Security system for landing helicopters on the deck of the ship

    A platform with gyroscopic stabilization is necessary (so that it is horizontal)
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 6 September 2017 12: 24
      Yes, the pilot is experienced and cold-blooded ... impressive. good
    2. 34 region
      34 region 6 September 2017 13: 40
      11.42. I don’t understand either. A cannon in a tank can be stabilized at a certain angle. Why is the landing pad impossible?
      1. san4es
        san4es 6 September 2017 14: 51
        Quote: 34 region
        Why is the landing pad impossible?

        ... You can invent something ... But it will make heavier / more complicated the design of the ship ... Yes, and the pilots are still managing soldier
      2. aiw
        aiw 7 September 2017 20: 04
        There are problems not only in the slope of the site - the helicopter should come at it at an acceptable speed, not catch the screw for anything, and it is advisable to come somewhere near the center of the site - but it is winded by sharp gusts of wind, including horizontal ones.

        There is, for a long time, forced landing systems, when a helicopter lowers the cable (or shoots the cable down with a latch which clings to a special grill),
        and then the winch turns on. The plus is that you can keep a lot of traction, it stabilizes the entire structure.

        Well, another story - how to make sure that the helicopter does not blow off / does not wash off the site.
    3. Simple
      Simple 6 September 2017 23: 59
      Quote: san4es
      A platform with gyroscopic stabilization

      Why fence a garden?

      The “Krylovskaya” take-off and landing control system will probably be coupled with the autopilot of the aircraft.
      I don’t envy only pilots in the cockpit when turning on this function - the system can literally turn the pilots neck.
  2. NIKNN
    NIKNN 6 September 2017 11: 55
    So then a serious system, if it is tied to autopilot, there will be a class in general, only now .... somehow we rarely go beyond theory ...
  3. Sextant
    Sextant 6 September 2017 18: 00
    He served in the 80-90s on the BOD. They invited the helicopter of the deck aviation of mattresses to board our helicopter, they did not dare. Our Kashki sits "at a time."
    1. aiw
      aiw 7 September 2017 20: 06
      The porridge still has a coaxial screw - a smaller diameter + greater maneuverability.