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Flight Data Recorder - FDR01

The Flight Data Recorder (FDR) is designed to be installed onboard a UAV in order to record all data from the aircraft's sensors, control commands (servos, ECU etc.), as well as control packets received from the Ground Control Station (GCS).

Capture High Rate of Sensor Data

Record all data from the aircraft's sensors and control commands (servos, ECU, etc.) sent through the autopilot´s flight data recorder telemetry at 115,200 bps.

Save All Data without GCS Comms

Complete onboard data recording in case of a communications loss with the GCS.

Rugged and Compact Design

Designed to conform with IP66. 

High Memory Space
High Memory Space

More than 4000 hours of data recording for standard UAV Navigation telemetry.

Small Footprint

Designed in a compact 21.5 x 43.0 x 102.0 format with a 1.3 W energy consumption. It includes fixing points for easy integration into the vehicle.

Intuitive Web Interface

Download logs easily from the web interface through its ethernet port, assuring high data transfer speeds.

The Flight Data Recorder (FDR) is a small and robust device that interfaces with the UAV Navigation system, collecting critical information of the flight. The FDR is designed to be installed onboard a UAV in order to record all data from the aircraft's sensors and control commands (servos, ECU, etc.).
 
During test flights of new aircraft or just by following a philosophy of continuous improvement, the data from previous flights is important for the future development of the aircraft. 
 
Furthermore, during BVLOS flights where the data link is lost, having a digital flight data recorder is the key to understand the behavior of the aircraft better. The FDR ensures that any mission can be analyzed completely once it is completed. This includes complete onboard data recording in case of a loss of communications with the GCS, and even recording vital data to assist with reconstructing the circumstances surrounding an accident - before, during, and after the event.
 
Additionally, UAV Navigation’s FDR may also be used in marine or ground applications inside USV or UGV platforms. 
 
All of the experience acquired by UAV Navigation during its years of developing flight control solutions has made us understand all the required requirements that should be fulfilled in a data logger. 
UAV Navigation FDR is a compact RS-232 and serial bus logger, stored in a rugged aluminum black box enclosure and designed to conform to IP66 rating so it is waterproof and dirt proof.
Ethernet accessible web interface for easy data download and file management.
  • 64 GB memory for data circular buffer (4000+ hours of data recording for standard UAV Navigation telemetry).
  • Intelligent file management differentiating data from separate sessions.
  • Web interface for easy access management and download of the data logs.
  • Mounting holes and cabling kit for easy integration.
  • Robust and compact design. 
  • Asynchronous RS-232 recording at 115,200 bps.
ELECTRICAL
Voltage Supply 9 - 36VDC
Power Consumption 1.3W
MECHANICAL / ENVIRONMENTAL
Dimensions (mm, H x W x L) 21.5 x 43.0 x 102.0
Weight 70g
Industrial Temperature Range -40ºC to +85ºC
Data Logging Connector

BINDER 6P 09-3423-82-06

Service Connector

BINDER 6P 09-3422-82-06

Storage

Internal Memory: 64GB SD memory

IP Rating Designed to conform with IP66
Humidity Up to 90% RH, non-condensing
LED Indication blue/orange/purple for easy status report
I/O
Serial Comm

RS-232 (Recording at a baud rate of 115,200 bps)

Ethernet Port

For recorded data download (via web interface)

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About

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.