STRUCTURE AND REQUIREMENTS FOR A UNIVERSAL TRAINING DEVICE FOR UNMANNED AIRCRAFT COMPLEXES

Authors

  • Volodymyr Druzhynin National Aviation University
  • Mykhailo Matiychyk National Aviation University
  • Nina Rogozhyna National Aviation University
  • Mykhailo Fuzik National Aviation University https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8424-9177
  • Oleksandr Rybalchenko National Aviation University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18372/2306-1472.88.15986

Keywords:

training of personnel for operation of unmanned aerial vehicles, types of aviation simulators, knowledge, skills and abilities of staff, automated control system, functions and structure of the universal simulator for learning

Abstract

The problems of personnel training for the operation of unmanned aerial vehicles have been updated. The differences between the skills and abilities of personnel for manned and unmanned aircraft are highlighted. The widespread types of flight simulators are considered, their features are given. The basic schemes of application of linear and nonlinear mathematical models of formation (formalization) of knowledge, abilities and skills of the personnel taking into account absence / presence of updating of the  information in the course of training are substantiated.
The basic modes of operation of USL, the universal simulator for training are specified. Emphasis is placed on the fact that USL is a partial case of an automated training management system (ACS), and a block diagram of training with it is given. The tasks that can be solved on a universal simulator and the requirements for software and hardware, automated workplace, digital sound, general software, peripherals, data exchange, digital video, user interface and webbased automated instructions are discussed in detail. The functions and structure of the universal simulator for training unmanned aircraft complex are presented.

Author Biographies

Volodymyr Druzhynin, National Aviation University

Doctor of Technical Science, professor, Head of the research unit National Aviation University, Kyiv,
Ukraine. Researcher area: methods and means of radar image recognition; radio monitoring; multi-position radar systems

Mykhailo Matiychyk, National Aviation University

Candidate of Technical Science, docent, Chief designer Scientific and Production Center of Unmanned Aviation ‘Virazh’ National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine. Researcher area: flight-technical and tactical-technical characteristics, aircraft design, construction materials and strength

Nina Rogozhyna, National Aviation University

laboratory assistant of the research part of National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine. Researcher area: aircraft design, construction materials and strength

Mykhailo Fuzik, National Aviation University

Candidate of Technical Science, Senior Researcher, Corresponding Member of the Transport Academy of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine. Researcher area: Onboard aviation radio equipment, electromagnetic compatibility

Oleksandr Rybalchenko, National Aviation University

researcher National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine. Researcher area: aircraft design, construction materials and strength

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Published

2021-10-27

How to Cite

Druzhynin, V., Matiychyk, M., Rogozhyna, N., Fuzik, M., & Rybalchenko, O. (2021). STRUCTURE AND REQUIREMENTS FOR A UNIVERSAL TRAINING DEVICE FOR UNMANNED AIRCRAFT COMPLEXES. Proceedings of the National Aviation University, 88(3), 6–14. https://doi.org/10.18372/2306-1472.88.15986

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AEROSPACE SYSTEMS FOR MONITORING AND CONTROL