Wired Multi-Rotor UAV System Integrated on Nurol Makina’s Armored Vehicles

Issue 76 - July 2017

The Wired Multi-Rotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System, which has been developed together by Aselsan, Nurol Makina, Bites, Altınay and Lapis for monitoring and providing security to fixed facilities, critical terrain on border and coastal lines, mobile units at the terrain and base areas through Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, was successfully integrated on Nurol Makina’s Ejder “ Kunter” Armored Vehicles.  

By taking the power from the Armored Vehicle and communicating with the ground control station via cable, the Wired Multi-Rotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System is able to convey real-time peripheral vision to the user’s goggles according to the head movements of the user wearing augmented reality glasses from a maximum distance of 100 meter from the vehicle. 

The system, which was developed for internal and border security and is also very robust against jammers due to the wired communication, was exhibited for the first time on the armored tactical vehicle at Nurol Makina’s stand at the IDEF 2017 exhibition.