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AED-016
Missiles, launchers, drones - 2019

Architecture of drone systems

OBJECTIVE :

This training course is for engineers and technicians interested in the principles involved in the design of aerial drone systems. Learners will discover the operating principles and the main dimensioning elements of the major subsystems involved in drone systems and learn the fundamental issues that arise when these systems have to be implemented in an operational context.

COURSE DURATION AND TIMETABLE :

The course lasts 5 days (30 hours).

It is based on lectures by (state and industry) designers of drone and operational systems.

GENERAL APPROACH :

The course aims to provide fairly precise and up-to-date knowledge on key elements that are essential to the majority of aerial drone systems. As such, although more specific to engineers or technicians within the industrial sector or official services, it is also useful for civil or military end-users who are required to implement drone systems.

PREREQUISITE :

Course level: Basic

Basic scientific knowledge and an initial familiarity with drone systems are desirable. This internship is in addition to training course AED 018 "Drone Systems", more focused on system and operational concepts.

COURSE DIRECTOR(S) :

Jean CARON:

Programmer - Tactical Drones to AIRBUS DEFENCE & SPACE.

Robin JAULMES:

Responsible for engineering segments in information systems.

CONTENT :

After an introduction to the segmentation of drone systems (this having a major impact on the continuation of the course), the following areas will be addressed:

  • On-ground segments
    • Functions
    • Software Architecture
    • Hardware Architecture
    • Interoperability
  • Data links
    • Choice of frequencies
    • Compression techniques
    • Standardization
    • Different types
  • Payloads
    • Types
    • Segmentation
    • Latest developments
    • Principal specifications
    • Utilization
  • Air vehicles
    • Segmentation
    • Technical choices
    • Dimensioning factors for each type
  • System aspects
    • Suitability with requirements
    • Definition
    • Integration
    • Validation
  • Certification and integration with air traffic
    • Latest developments in terms of problematic standardization
    • Existing solutions and future developments

WHEN AND WHERE :

Scheduled in French:

PARIS:  25 to 29 November  2019

 

For the English realization, please, consult us.

COURSE FEES :

€1,810 excluding tax (20% VAT)

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