The MAX-2015 presents a disposable UAV "Eye"

In Zhukovsky, the unique design of the Design Office-1 is presented - a one-time monitoring system, the Eye, which is able to instantly transfer video from the sources of natural disasters and combat zones, reports RIA News.


The MAX-2015 presents a disposable UAV "Eye"


CEO of the developer Ruslan Ashurbeyli told the correspondent that "The Eye" allows you to quickly and easily get a video of the area from a height of about 250 meters to any device that supports wi-fi. "

He stressed: “This system is an alternative to short-range drones, which require qualified personnel and bulky equipment to service. The “eye” weighs 300 grams, and is similar in size to a festive cracker. In addition, the economic benefit of this project is obvious: with similar functions, the cost of the “Eye” is much lower than that of classic UAVs. ”

According to the general director, “during the air show, the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the Radiation, Chemical and Biological Defense Forces, as well as military medics showed special interest in the development,”

Help Agency: “Design Bureau-1” is a member of the “Association of Military-Industrial Companies” (established in July 2015), which promotes private and public-private enterprises of the defense-industrial complex and prepares joint legislative initiatives regulating the work of the Russian defense industry ”.
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  1. cerbuk6155 30 August 2015 10: 07 New
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    A very interesting device, you might think where to use it. soldier
    1. Sid.74 30 August 2015 10: 15 New
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      This type? request
      Or more will ... what
      1. ICT
        ICT 30 August 2015 10: 23 New
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        say this looks like


        "Eye" weighs 300 grams, the size is similar to a festive cracker. The cost of the device is much lower than that of classic UAVs, ”said Ruslan Ashurbeyli, head of the Design Bureau-1.
    2. GRAY 30 August 2015 10: 16 New
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      Quote: cerbuk6155
      A very interesting device, you might think where to use it.

      It would be no less interesting to look at him :-)
      Probably some kind of shit on a parachute, like a rocket for a rocket launcher.
      1. pvv113 30 August 2015 10: 31 New
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        Quite similar to the truth, given that the "Eye" is a one-time - like a rocket
        1. yushch 30 August 2015 11: 05 New
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          For the military, such a device in a grenade for a grenade launcher would be ideal, and I would also like a 40 mm grenade, in which instead of an explosive device is an active device for actively illuminating the terrain for NVD.
          1. Manul 30 August 2015 22: 26 New
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            Quote: yushch
            For the military, such a device in a grenade for a grenade launcher would be ideal, and I would also like a 40 mm grenade, in which instead of an explosive device is an active device for actively illuminating the terrain for NVD.

            My question has long been ripe, and why for Krasnopol not to do something like that? As I understand it, the main problem of this guided projectile is with the target designation source? So why not make the first shell - the uterus with a bunch of parachutes with cameras and target indicators? A shot, on the monitor several angles, the operator selects the best, directs the sight and turns on the laser. Then the Krasnopol flies. A curtain.
      2. saturn.mmm 30 August 2015 10: 48 New
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        Quote: GRAY
        It would be no less interesting to look at him :-)

        The man in the hands of green.
        1. serega1512 30 August 2015 10: 57 New
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          thing of course is very interesting and will find a place in the troops, it is very convenient if you need to "look around" and not think about transporting and servicing the UAV!
          1. sedoj 30 August 2015 13: 09 New
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            It is interesting what can be seen in windy weather. Even with a slight wind, the parachute can fly away from the observed object. The idea may not be bad, but this device needs ideal weather conditions. IMHO
        2. sir.jonn 30 August 2015 11: 30 New
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          It is not clear how, when rotated without software processing, it will produce an intuitive picture, at least in the video you need to take still pictures for more than a dozen minutes and determine the location of objects using visual landmarks. For the effectiveness of this device, it is necessary to automatically create a 2D image with topographic location by GPS.
        3. IAlex 30 August 2015 13: 01 New
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          He laughed, then the UAV name was especially pleased for this fucking :)))))))))))) I always thought that a UAV as a classic aircraft must use lift for its flight ...

          Given the name of the UAV in the article and everything that can be thrown, it turns out that as a child I used super-cheap shock-tactical UAVs of ultra-small radius of action with the possibility of breaking through enemy air defense and low visibility, such as shown in the attached photo ...



          If the horseradish described in the article really descends by parachute, then its value is not high, because it should have a dome several times larger than the load itself, and secondly, the launch of this crap is loud. Those. after the launch, while it reaches 100 meters in height and the dome opens, getting into it from the ground through the dome does not seem to be a problem, as a result of which it will roll onto the ground with a stone ...
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    3. Conductor 30 August 2015 10: 21 New
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      It will be much more interesting to know how much this "disposable drone" costs.
      1. Iline 30 August 2015 10: 43 New
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        “This system is an alternative to short-range drones, which require qualified personnel and bulky equipment to service.

        Considering the situation in which the US Army found itself (a chronic shortage of UAV control operators while increasing their supply to the troops), I think this is a worthy alternative to controlled non-UAVs. Even in small applications.
        1. Sid.74 30 August 2015 11: 05 New
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          I looked at the network with wi-fay.
          A mini-camera with such features and price in 2000p.
          - Record color video in AVI 640x480 30fps format
          - Makes color photo resolution 1600х1200
          - Memory card support up to 32 GB
          - Built-in Li-Pol battery (90 minutes running time)
          - Ability to work in Web-camera mode
          - Weight 11g, size 25x25x25 mm
          This is a finished product for 2 thousand, and you can in fact make it cheaper.
          1. clidon 30 August 2015 11: 12 New
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            Once military, immediately multiply by ten.
            1. Mishut37rf 30 August 2015 12: 17 New
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              Duc, they said - DISPOSABLE!
              There’s no need to multiply anything ...
              1. clidon 30 August 2015 13: 17 New
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                the projectile is also disposable, but if you suddenly decide to multiply its cost by the cost of explosives from the "store", a piece of steel and the cost of turning on the machine of a friend Uncle Vasya, you will be unpleasantly surprised. For the military, whose life depends on this toy is not interested in the price of a handful of Chinese household radio components. They will have their own proven sources of supply, their test certificates, acceptance and TTZ application.
                And if that wonderful penniless Chinese camera suddenly can’t show anything after two weeks of shaking in the heat and at the same time unmasks the location of scouts with its launch, then its cost-effectiveness will immediately fade.
                That is why "ten times" is still divine.
              2. IAlex 30 August 2015 13: 31 New
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                We must multiply by 100, and everything will be from the same children's toy store, which will be spent 0.00001% of the total cost ...
  2. Vladimirets 30 August 2015 10: 12 New
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    one-time monitoring system "Eye", which is capable of instantly transmitting video from natural disasters and war zones

    Something I do not catch up with what is unique. what
    1. Snake AAA 30 August 2015 10: 17 New
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      Maybe it costs three pennies, and in a pack of them like cigarettes, so it’s not a pity, and the result from them is 100%, this is probably unique, in any case it’s better than risking scouts, a person’s life is more expensive !!!!
    2. Vladimirets 30 August 2015 11: 10 New
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      Can any of the minusers really explain what is unique, or does instant video transmission mean know-how and other UAVs cannot do this?
      1. rpek32 30 August 2015 11: 25 New
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        Quote: Vladimirets
        Can any of the minusers really explain what is unique, or does instant video transmission mean know-how and other UAVs cannot do this?

        cheap, training-free, efficient
        1. Vladimirets 30 August 2015 12: 01 New
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          Quote: rpek32
          cheap, training-free, efficient

          Quote: kpd
          1. quickly starts
          2. does not require a “pilot” with management skills

          The toy store is full of radio-controlled models with cameras.
          1. rpek32 30 August 2015 12: 10 New
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            Quote: Vladimirets
            The toy store is full of radio-controlled models with cameras.

            You, dear tried to play these toys? A quadric of the middle price category with an FPV camera at 500 meters the signal loses both the camera and control, it makes no sense to talk about picture quality.
            and the top G phantoms cost about 100000+ rubles.
            1. Vladimirets 30 August 2015 12: 17 New
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              Quote: rpek32
              A quadric of the middle price category with an FPV camera at 500 meters the signal loses both the camera and control, it makes no sense to talk about picture quality.
              and the top G phantoms cost about 100000+ rubles.

              Do not find that phrase "with similar functions, the cost of the" Eye "is much lower than that of classic UAVs" " somewhat vague? And that "much lower" just can mean
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              about 100000+ rubles are.
    3. kpd
      kpd 30 August 2015 11: 31 New
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      1. quickly starts
      2. does not require a “pilot” with management skills
      1. GRAY 30 August 2015 14: 35 New
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        Quote: kpd
        2. does not require a “pilot” with management skills

        I’ll say more - this thing can be given to any doodle who can direct the tube in the right direction and pull the cord.
        And if you also attach a microphone to it, you’ll get the perfect reconnaissance device against the Okhlov since, by virtue of their mentality, they will never throw away what they got into their hands for free.

        - Mykola, marvel at what we’ve said to zbrosіlі ... wassat
    4. IAlex 30 August 2015 12: 53 New
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      Uniqueness in the classic phrase of treasury divisions: "It has no analogues in the world" ...
    5. dauria 30 August 2015 14: 07 New
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      [quoteWhat I do not catch up with what is unique]


      Similarly. Reconnaissance artillery shells with (Caution!) Vidicon tubes on parachutes have been known for a long time. Sometime in 1978, the Radiotelepunker magazine proposed replacing old cameras with then-on-device CCD devices and, in particular, CCD arrays. (these are the cameras that are now in your mobile phones)
      I remember when I translated these fucking "thousand words", passing German.
  • Voha_krim 30 August 2015 10: 15 New
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    Such, in the event of hostilities, it is not a pity to lose, but the information will be full!
    1. IAlex 30 August 2015 10: 17 New
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      How to lose it is not a pity if it is disposable ???
  • APASUS 30 August 2015 10: 16 New
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    And where is it? Presented at MAKS-2015, and the photo is worth spies with cameras
  • roskot 30 August 2015 10: 21 New
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    And we got our own video eyes. The thing is necessary in the household.
  • Homo 30 August 2015 10: 25 New
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    A photo for the article, as always, "from the lamp" !!!!
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    ICT 30 August 2015 10: 30 New
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    Quote: Homo
    A photo for the article, as always, "from the lamp" !!!!


    Google also didn’t give me anything, so that in KB-1 they mastered viral advertising (well, or something that increases the number of requests) wink
  • sv68 30 August 2015 10: 33 New
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    And if this drone is knocked down, then the operator wakes up shouting "got in the eye"?
  • am808s 30 August 2015 10: 37 New
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    It’s not necessary to advertise your eyes and ears in salons. These are more disposable.
    1. rpek32 30 August 2015 13: 08 New
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      and then they say: nothing is being done at our place and there is no development
  • Gumma 30 August 2015 11: 06 New
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    The name stands out from the traditional. Maybe it would be better "Leaf", "Fluff", "drizzle"?
  • kil 31 30 August 2015 11: 52 New
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    Why disposable? Can't you apply it again? He’s not going to parachute.
  • grigoriy 30 August 2015 12: 11 New
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    I believe such a thing will be effective when the enemy has a good means of fighting drones. With these eyes, at their low cost, it can be cast upon receiving operational information.
  • Abakan 30 August 2015 13: 11 New
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    Quote: Gumma
    The name stands out from the traditional. Maybe it would be better "Leaf", "Fluff", "drizzle"?

    or "Eye of Sauron" laughing laughing