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Mastering System Adaptation: Empower Your Team with the Advanced Gains Adjustment Course and HIL Simulation

One of the cornerstones at UAV Navigation-Grupo Oesía is providing clients with all the information and tools to get all the potential of the flight control system. At the heart of this mission lies an unwavering dedication to serving clients, and providing them with cutting-edge features and capabilities and truly empowering them through knowledge sharing to customise their platform behaviour through a detailed understanding of the UAV Navigation-Grupo Oesía’s flight control system.

The complete process has been designed to strengthen a client’s journey toward autonomy and proficiency.

Adaptation Process to tune the client’s UAS

After the integration service, in which the team assists in integrating all the products into the aircraft, UAV Navigation-Grupo Oesía starts projects with an engineer visit, launching the 'Adaptation' process. There are two tiers: 'Simple Adaptation' for basic setups, ensuring safe flight trials, and 'Complex Adaptation' for high-value projects. This meticulous process involves deep analysis, advanced simulations, and precise gain calibration by experienced engineers. It aligns autopilot calibration with platform intricacies, assuring operational safety and efficiency. The resulting gains file underscores UAV Navigation-Grupo Oesía's commitment to precision.

Advanced Gains Adjustment Course (AGAC) to provide independence for tuning the UAS

Once the Adaptation process is completed, the empowerment journey proceeds to the second step: the 'Advanced Gains Adjustment Course' (AGAC). By providing clients with the expertise to fine-tune flight control loops, AGAC empowers them to tailor their UAVs to exacting requirements, encompassing specific configurations, and unique modifications.

AGAC comprehensively explores gain adjustment, encapsulating theoretical insights and practical application. The intricate interplay between each gain and its influence on UAV behaviour is unveiled, equipping clients with the knowledge and practical skills to wield gains effectively.

Enhancing Autopilot Tuning: Practical HIL Exercises with UAV Navigation-Grupo Oesía Engineers during the AGAC Course

Within the context of the AGAC course, UAV Navigation-Grupo Oesía's engineers engage in practical exercises alongside clients, leveraging the innovative Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) simulator. This approach enhances the effectiveness of AGAC's teachings by facilitating hands-on autopilot tuning experiences. Through these simulations, clients acquire a comprehensive understanding of system gains in a controlled and secure environment, devoid of any risk to the platform or external infrastructure. This method nurtures familiarity with the intricate aspects of the system and bolsters confidence in its operation, ultimately fostering safer and more proficient applications in real-world scenarios.

UAV Navigation-Grupo Oesía remains unwavering in its dedication to impart shared knowledge, ensuring clients' seamless integration into the realm of flying with our advanced flight control system. This commitment serves as the driving force behind the Adaptation process and the Advanced Gains Adaptation Course. Together, these initiatives empower clients to unlock the complete potential of their UAVs.

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UAV Navigation is a privately-owned company that has specialized in the design of flight control solutions for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) since 2004. It is used by a variety of Tier 1 aerospace manufacturers in a wide range of UAV - also known as Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) or 'drones'. These include high-performance tactical unmanned planes, aerial targets, mini-UAVs and helicopters.