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Ground Control Station



  1. The Ground Control Station has been developed as a part of the UAVOS and King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), Saudi Arabia, R&D collaboration.

    The Mobile Command Module is designed to provide:
    • Housing for the communication and control equipment​
    • Two workplaces for the pilot and the payload operator​
    • Omnidirectional antenna for telemetry and communication​
    • Omnidirectional antenna for video and data links​
    • Support Equipment for the unmanned aerial system (transport module)​

 

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Every country that manufactures fighter planes, warships, submarines and any other weapon systems.. and the missiles, torpedoes...etc... that goes with them..has also the source codes to integrate them on those platforms.. it is usually a secret, very complicated computer military grade code or software specific to that nation..and it is very rarely shared with anyone.. apart from very close and trusted allies..
So it's mean we can launch many things from f15 even Scarlett Johansson
Interesting
 

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1st March 2018 news

Today, at a historic date for the Saudi industry and the Saudi armed forces represented by the Royal Saudi Naval Forces, a huge industrial agreement was announced to manufacture and supply several ships and maritime platforms for the benefit of the Saudi navy and with a 100% national industry. The agreement represented an industrial union composed of:

1- Zamil Advanced Marine Industries Company.
2- AEC Advanced Electronics Company.
3- Saudi Defense Industries Corporation, SADEC.
4- Saudi Technical Development and Investment Company ... TAQNIA technology.



The agreement is a building block of the development of the Saudi defense industry and transferring its responsibility to the private sector to create local sustainability, regional and international competition, and the emptying of the government sector to oversee the quality of projects and set specifications in line with the latest developments and developments of the era.

The products that Al-Zamil will manufacture in cooperation with Technology & Advanced Electronics and SADEC :

HSI 32 boats.
Number: 18
The delivery period for the entire project is 39 months.




COMBATTANTE FS56 class boats
Number to be manufactured: 1 out of 3
Duration: 38 months





GOWIND 2500 Corvette
Number to be locally manufactured: 3 out of 5
Duration: First Corvette 40 months, Second 39 months, Third 38 months.




Floating docks to be locally manufactured FLOATING DOCK with a capacity of 700 tons
Number: 2
Duration: 39 months.




FLOATING PONTOON
Number: 35
Duration: 36 months for the entire project in 3 installments.






All chips will be completed (2020-2024)

BTW..Zamil has localised the Rolls-Royce engine industry and cooperated extensively with CMN.







 

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Airborne Surveillance System




Ground Control Station



  1. The Ground Control Station has been developed as a part of the UAVOS and King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), Saudi Arabia, R&D collaboration.

    The Mobile Command Module is designed to provide:
    • Housing for the communication and control equipment​
    • Two workplaces for the pilot and the payload operator​
    • Omnidirectional antenna for telemetry and communication​
    • Omnidirectional antenna for video and data links​
    • Support Equipment for the unmanned aerial system (transport module)​

This is really really really incredible!!! Wow, mabrouk ya Saudiya what an achievement. That entire system looks amazing and it took 10 years including R&D to develop the entire system which is no small feat for a complete UAV/UCAV system. Now they need to get them out there on film and advertise them and sell the living heck out of them.

Seeing the shift from oil to other fields including weapons has begun in earnest.
 

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This is really really really incredible!!! Wow, mabrouk ya Saudiya what an achievement. That entire system looks amazing and it took 10 years including R&D to develop the entire system which is no small feat for a complete UAV/UCAV system. Now they need to get them out there on film and advertise them and sell the living heck out of them.

Seeing the shift from oil to other fields including weapons has begun in earnest.
I guess self sufficiency is the aim before exports..
We'll start seeing new products being manufactured real soon in 2021.. since 2020-2022 is the 2nd phase in the Saudi vision 2030 after acquiring the technologies.. and it is about production..

Very exciting things to come soon!
 

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I guess self sufficiency is the aim before exports..
We'll start seeing new products being manufactured real soon in 2021.. since 2020-2022 is the 2nd phase in the Saudi vision 2030 after acquiring the technologies.. and it is about production..

Very exciting things to come soon!
My guess is that a 5th gen fighter is in the works.
 

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My guess is that a 5th gen fighter is in the works.
Apart from the F-35..there is nothing in the works or on the pipeline.. but there was talk and most likely acts about KSA participating in the UK 6th generation fighter "Tempest" and the "Taranis" fighter drone _during the visit by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to the UK..2 years ago.._ as it has participated in the Typhoon AESA radar and other parts before..!!!



 

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Apart from the F-35..there is nothing in the works or on the pipeline.. but there was talk and most likely acts about KSA participating in the UK 6th generation fighter "Tempest" and the "Taranis" fighter drone _during the visit by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to the UK..2 years ago.._ as it has participated in the Typhoon AESA radar and other parts before..!!!



Taranis is experimental project not?
After Brexit we can get more than before
 

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Airborne AESA radar for SAR/GMTI



- The system was produced by the National Center for the Technology of Sensors and Defense Systems, one of the centers affiliated with the King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, KACST, through the programs of localization and transfer of technologies.

- The system technologies has been transferred through the Italian-British company Selex, and the system algorithms have been developed through KACST to suit the desert environment of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.


PicoSAR


SAR: Synthetic-aperture radar
GMTI: Ground Moving Target Indicator


The Basar system uses AESA technology in a small, compact configuration. It uses a number of low power, solid state TRMs.

The system can be installed on a stand within the Gimbal, with a larger field of view.

Such as:



System features

- The system is airborne
- It works in all environmental conditions with high accuracy
- It can work on all air platforms due to its light weight, fighters, helicopters, and drones
- Excellent performance
- High resolution ground maps
- Wide coverage
- High performance GMTI tracking of ground moving targets
- Lower cost
- A reconfigurable radar system
- very lite
- compressed
- Very high reliability
- Easy to install and use



Basar as a system is available to be installed on any of the air platforms, fighters, drones, and helicopters.



The King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) has signed two contracts with Selex Galileo. These contracts include delivery of Selex Galileo’s PicoSAR and cutting edge ESCAN radar technologies for joint research, development and demonstration purposes, and a series of training and industrial participation modules centred around Selex Galileo’s world renowned radar expertise..
 

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A project to produce stealth helicopter systems in Saudi Arabia

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A project is a research collaboration between the King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology and Arizona State University in the United States

To develop the use of high resistance panels that redirect electromagnetic radiation for purposes of concealment from military radars, as these panels are distinguished by their small size and the possibility of being manufactured in various shapes (cylindrical, axial, spherical, others). This flexible technology, which is able to direct electromagnetic radiation, is one of the pioneering and modern technologies that will constitute a quantum leap in the civilian and military applications that depend on electromagnetic signals.

One of the most important applications that will allow the development of this technology to be used is to reduce the radar footprint of aircraft, helicopters and military equipment by installing them on their model structures, which makes it difficult for radars to capture. This technology also makes it possible to design surface antennas for military use.





Among the goals are to build a plant to produce high-resistance surfaces, surface and flexible wearable antennas, and to train a specialized work team on high-resistance surface technologies, flexible and surface antennas, which will contribute to building national capabilities in this field.

http://tangentlink.com/wp-content/u...na-Pattern-RBM-Communications-Channel-BER.pdf

These systems might be be produced for the 150 Saudi Black Hawk helicopters to be manufactured in Saudi Arabia..






 
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KSA is a huge importer of arms and it makes sense for it to fully develop its local arms industry. It may take some years but KSA will get to a point where it will be coming up with its own advanced solutions/systems.
 

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