Monografia_UAS y Su Integracion en El Espacio Aereo No Segregado

viernes, 9 de abril de 2010



Palabras clave
UAS, UAV, integración, espacio aéreo

Esta monografía muestra los conceptos que intervienen en la declaración genérica de “Integración de UAS en el Espacio Aéreo no Segregado”, describe el entorno tecnológico, resaltando los aspectos relativos a las certificaciones aeronáuticas de aeronavegabilidad y a los sistemas “Sense and Avoid” y da una visión amplia de los trabajos o iniciativas que, con relación a estos temas, se están llevando a cabo hasta la fecha de esta publicación.
Tabla de contenidos
Parte I: Breve introducción al “Unmanned Aircraft System” (UAS)
Parte II: Bases para la integración del UAS en el espacio aéreo
Parte III: La capacidad “Sense and Avoid”
Parte IV: Iniciativas para la integración de UAS enel  espacio aéreo

Documentación de referencia
Originador Observatorio de UAVs, Robótica y Sistemas Aéreos
Autor/s Jesús López Pino
Editor/s Observatorio de UAVs, Robótica y Sistemas Aéreos
Referencia Fecha Abril 2008 Versión 1.0
Clasificación Difusión Libre
Nº Paginas 83

Monografia_UAS y Su Integracion en El Espacio Aereo No Segregado


Rusia ofrece compartir el Glonass a empresas brasileñas

Con 21 de sus 24 satélites en órbita y a punto de completarse su red,  Roscosmos, la agencia espacial rusa, ofertó en Sao Paulo el uso amplio del sistema a diversas empresas brasileñas, en aplicaciones más allá de  las náuticas o aeronáuticas, como emergencias diversas, monitoreo de  carreteras, tráfico urbano, uso en vehículos particulares, rastreo  satelital de vehículos, buques o aeronaves, etc.


Video: A400M MSN2

Second A400M Flies
Airbus Military has released this video of the first flight of the second A400M. MSN2 flew for 4-hr, 50-min. departing and returning to Seville where A400M final assembly takes place


CV-22 Crash in Afghanistan

CV-22 Crash in Afghanistan 
It is the first operational loss of a Bell-Boeing V-22, although the program was plagued by accidents during its development.

Four killed as USAF CV-22 crashes in Afghanistan
Three US service personnel and one civilian were killed when a US Air Force Bell Boeing CV-22 Osprey tiltrotor crashed in southern Afghanistan's Zabul Province on 8 April


The second Airbus Military A400M military airlifter has made its maiden flight yesterday 8th April.

Known as MSN2, the aircraft took off from Seville, Spain with a take-off weight off 128t at 15.15 local time (GMT +2) and landed back at Seville four hours and 50 minutes later.

Experimental Test Pilot Michel Gagneux captained the flight, supported by Experimental Test Pilot Karl-Heinz Mai. The crew also included Flight Test Engineers Jean-Jacques Bernard and Emiliano Requeña; and Test Flight Engineer Gérard Maisonneuve. The crew confirmed that the aircraft and its four Europrop International TP400D turboprop engines performed in line with expectations.

MSN2 joins its sister-ship MSN1 which has already completed 66h30 flight hours in 15 flights, and is now based at Toulouse.

Airbus head of flight operations Fernando Alonso said: "Having MSN2 join the flying programme is excellent news and will help us accelerate the rate of progress in building flight-hours. This flight confirmed what we have seen with MSN1 already – that this is a highly capable aircraft with the potential to transform military and civic transport operations."

MSN2 is the second of an eventual five aircraft which will conduct the 3,700 hour flight-test programme leading to first delivery. Like MSN1, it carries heavy flight-test instrumentation. It will be primarily dedicated to aircraft and powerplant performance testing while MSN1 continues to be used for clearance of the aircraft and powerplant flight envelope, loads, flutter, and handling qualities development. The third A400M aircraft is expected to fly by the beginning of the summer and the fourth around the end of the year.

A total of 184 aircraft have so far been ordered by Belgium France, Germany, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Spain, Turkey and the United Kingdom.


Hawker Beechcraft Delivers 600th T-6 Military Trainer

WICHITA, Kan. (April 7, 2010) – In a special ceremony today, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation (HBC) celebrated the delivery of the 600th Beechcraft T-6 – the world's most proven military training aircraft. The U.S. Navy took delivery of the milestone aircraft, a T-6B, which will be based at Naval Air Station Whiting Field in Milton, Fla. The T-6 is versatile, safe and effective for basic and advanced flight training tasks.

"We all take pride in this milestone and this aircraft program," said Jim Maslowski, president, U.S. and International Government Business. "For more than 70 years, Hawker Beechcraft and its predecessor companies have been meeting and exceeding mission needs for militaries around the world. We look forward to continuing this proud tradition."

Deliveries of the T-6 began in 2000 after the aircraft was initially selected to fill the Joint Primary Aircraft Training System role for the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Navy. Since then, additional military programs worldwide, including NATO Flying Training in Canada, the Hellenic Air Force of Greece, the Israeli Air Force, the Iraqi Air Force and the Royal Moroccan Air Force, have chosen the T-6 and its derivatives as their primary trainers.

With a top speed of 316 knots, a +7.0G to -3.5G airframe and an advanced digital cockpit, it is equally adept at teaching the most advanced aerobatic maneuvers and simulated combat training tasks. To date, the T-6 has been used to train pilots and navigators from approximately 20 different countries.

In addition to the T-6, Hawker Beechcraft is rolling out a light attack version of the aircraft, the AT-6, in order to meet rapidly emerging needs for irregular warfare capabilities around the world.

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