Assessment of Invisible Areas and Military Objects in Mountainous Terrain
Keywords: Hidden object, Invisible area, Military armors, Probability, Quantitative analysis, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
AbstractDuring war activities, the evaluation of invisible areas and military armors in mountainous terrain is very important for assessment of operational-tactical situation in battlefield. This information can be used for prevention of an enemy sudden attack. In given paper, the quantitative method of the assessment of invisible areas and military objects in mountainous terrain is developed and offered by using Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. The probabilities of detection of invisible area or enemy object by using 1 and n UAVs are calculated. Previously obtained data by ArcGIS software (GIS technology) have been used for calculations and evaluations the number of invisible areas and military objects. The analysis of the dependence of effectiveness of revealing and localization areas and military objects on UAV number has been carried out. It was established that for quantitative analysis of invisible areas it is more efficiently to use one UAV, but for detection of armored vehicles and military objects it is more efficiently to use several UAV. Our experiments in mountainous conditions had shown that at flight height 300 m and battle-front 2,5 km putting 3-5 UAVs is real. In this case, all of them perform operational mission and return to base.
How to Cite
Bayramov, A., & Hashimov, E. (2018). Assessment of Invisible Areas and Military Objects in Mountainous Terrain. Defence Science Journal, 68(4), 343-346. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.68.11623
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