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  • 1. 2010/2011
  • 2.  Mission ◦ Bring to bear complex technological solutions, promoting development and operation of intelligent autonomous systems for environmental, agricultural and space applications. Vision ◦ To be market leader and reference in aerial imaging, distribution and operation of unmanned systems and high value computational intelligence.
  • 3.  UAV: Unmanned Aerial Vehicle ◦ “It is an aerial vehicle, with no operator on board, with fixed or rotational wings, self propelled, that can be remotely controlled or have autonomous navigation.” Brazilian army glossary Advantages • Preservation of Lives • Operating Costs Reduction • Missions Repeatability • Environmentally friendly
  • 4. Environment Image Production Processing OperationDevelopment Distribution
  • 5. Development
  • 6.  Aircrafts ◦ Aircraft Projects ◦ Sensors Projects Embedded Systems ◦ Autopilots ◦ Controlling Systems ◦ Inertial Systems Software ◦ Image Analysis ◦ Information Management ◦ Computational Intelligence
  • 7. Production
  • 8.  Aircrafts ◦ Production in Franca/São Paulo ◦ Composite Materials Specialists  Carbon Fiber  Fiberglass  Special Foams High Complexity Electronics ◦ High Reliability Electronic Circuits Manufacturing ◦ Multi-layer Systems Development ◦ 100% national technology
  • 9. Operations
  • 10.  Running Aero photography Missions ◦ Manned Aircraft ◦ Unmanned AGPlane Post-sale training ◦ Training for UAVs operation ◦ Training for Sensor operation Aircraft maintenance ◦ Integrations and repairs ◦ Parts supply
  • 11. Image Processing
  • 12.  Real Time ◦ Monitoring from Theater of Operations ◦ Search and Identification ◦ Critical Analysis ◦ High Definition Images Post processing ◦ Photographic mosaics ◦ Thematic Maps ◦ Quantification and Measurement ◦ Vegetative stress ◦ NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) (with NIR)
  • 13. ◦ Tactical support◦ Detection and identification ofpotential targets◦ Manned aircraft or UAVs◦ Data link in real time with average reach of 20 km◦ Tracking targets on land or water
  • 14.  Computational analysis of aerial images: ◦ Culture Stress ◦ Culture Quantification, Biomass ◦ Parallelism, usage of soil ◦ Plants Counting, Development of culture ◦ Quantification of failures on planting and Planted Area ◦ Exposed soil, erosion, deforestation and desertification ◦ Pests, Changes, Nutritional Deficiencies ◦ Water Footprint  Main Cultures: ◦ Sugar-cane ◦ Soybean ◦ Corn ◦ Wood & forest ◦ Citrus ◦ Cotton
  • 15. Environment
  • 16.  Use of aero-photographs for Identification and Registration: ◦ Determination of APP area (Permanent Protection Area) ◦ Analysis and management of Erosive processes ◦ Land cover and usage ◦ Quantification of vegetation and Deforestation ◦ Classification of species and Evolutionary Analysis of Reforestation ◦ Identification of risk areas (Civil Defense)
  • 17. Distribution
  • 18. Tiriba AerialFamily Targets VS-XARARAFamily
  • 19.  Real-time video Real-time telemetry In flight Control and Intervention Directional antenna with autotracking
  • 20. ◦ Engine 40cc, 2T, 5HP, AVGAS◦ Wingspan: 3m◦ Maximum Takeoff Weight: 20kg◦ Engine 40cc, 2T, 5HP, AVGAS◦ Payload: 4kg◦ Flight autonomy: 4h◦ Cruising speed: 100km/h◦ Data link in real time with average reach of 10 km◦ Remotely piloted or autonomous system◦ Emergency parachute system◦ Power generator◦ Mobile Control Station◦ Automatic Takeoff (on vehicle)
  • 21. ◦ Engine 40cc, 2T, 5HP, AVGAS◦ Maximum Takeoff Weight: 20kg◦ Payload: 4kg◦ Flight autonomy: 4h◦ Cruising speed: 100km/h◦ Maximum speed: 180km/h◦ System remotely piloted (or autonomousin version HX)◦ Ballistic emergency parachutesystem in version HX◦ Power generator in version HX◦ Mobile Control Station◦ Automatic Takeoff (vehicle, rocket orcatapult)
  • 22. ◦ Electric aircraft for autonomous reconnaissance and surveillance◦ Super lightweight: 3kg◦ NiCd 12V, 1.8 AH battery◦ Wide range of payloads◦ Flight Autonomy: 20m to 45m◦ Cruising speed: 60 to 100km/h◦ Autonomous or operated system◦ Compact Mobile Control Station◦ Takeoff by manual release
  • 23. ◦ Empty Weight: 35 Kg◦ Payload: 45 Kg◦ Engine: DLE-222, 2 21.5Hp s each◦ Stall Speed: 72 mph◦ Cruise speed (8,000 feet): 200 km/h◦ Autonomy: 30.5 Hours◦ Flight Range: 6,100 km◦ Rate of Climb: 2,000 feet/min◦ Synthetic aperture radar (SAR)  Digital terrain models (P and X band)
  • 24.  100% Brazilian autopilot Mission Control Flight Control ◦ 4 processors (high reliability) ◦ Inertial unit (roll & pitch) ◦ Barometric unit (airspeed, altitude and climb) ◦ GPS (geographic position and velocity relative to ground) ◦ Optical Stabilizer (skyline) (optional)
  • 25.  Georeferenced images gathering ◦ High Resolution Images  Position (latitude/longitude) ◦ Easy to use  Auto/manual shooting
  • 26. Decision Onboard Computer Making ◦ Mission Control ◦ Optical sensor trigger Synchronization Optical sensor AF/AE SLR up-to 12 Mega Pixels GPS datalogger Software for mosaicking and Images Downloadgeoreferencing Mission Running Planning
  • 27.  Multispectral cameras applied on: ◦ Water Stress ◦ Analysis of irrigation problems ◦ Analysis of pests:  Viniculture  Citrus  Olive  Fruit culture
  • 28. contato@agx.com.br+55 (16) 3372-8185São Carlos/SP/Brasil

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