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Title:Integracija brezpilotnega sistema AGS v zračni prostor Republike Slovenije : zaključna naloga štabnega šolanja
Authors:Zupančič, Aleš (Author)
Oblak, Tomaž (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Specialist thesis
Organization:PŠŠ - Command and Staff School
Abstract:Zavezništvo NATO uvaja v operativno uporabo Zavezniški sistem za nadzor kopnega iz zraka - AGS (Alliance Ground Surveillance), ki bo poveljnikom zagotovil izčrpno sliko stanja na terenu. NATO bo v imenu vseh 29-ih zaveznic upravljal in vzdrţeval sistem, katerega jedro bo pet brezpilotnih letal RQ-4B Global Hawk blok 40. Brezpilotniki bodo delovali iz matične baze Sigonella, kjer bodo stacionirani tudi podporni elementi potrebni za vodenje. Brezpilotna letala Global Hawk (GH) bodo uporabljala tudi slovenski zračni prostor, ki ga uporabljajo zrakoplovi s posadko in ostali uporabniki zračnega prostora. Čeprav je osnovna ideja, da sistem zadosti vsem zahtevam in postopkom, ki se izvajajo, podobno kot pri zrakoplovih s posadko je vseeno potrebno prilagoditi civilno in vojaško zakonodajo še pred integracijo novega sistema, da se zagotovi varnost v zračnem prostoru.
Keywords:AGS, global hawk, nadzor tal, kontrola, misija
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[A. Zupančič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:358.4:623.746.2-519(043.4)
COBISS_ID:6033870 Link is opened in a new window
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Files:.pdf SPEC_Zupancic_Ales_i2017.pdf (1,33 MB)
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Language:English
Abstract:The NATO Alliance is introducing into operation the Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS), which will provide commanders a comprehensive picture of the situation on the ground. On behalf of all 29 Allies, NATO will operate and maintain a system with the core of which will be five unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) RQ-4B Global Hawk block 40. The UAV's vehicles will operate from the Sigonella Air Base, where the support elements will be stationed. UAV Global Hawk (GH) aircraft will also use Slovenian airspace used by manned aircraft and other airspace users. Although the basic idea is that the system meets all the requirements and procedures that are being carried out, similar to that of a manned aircraft, it is nevertheless necessary to adapt civil and military legislation even before the integration of the new system in order to ensure airspace safety.
Keywords:AGS, global hawk, ground surveillance, control, mission

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