Real Time Video Server & Climatic Update

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Copyright: Helya Technologies / © 22/05/2094

History

Along with the consolidation of the use of multicopter drones during the last century, both for civil and military tasks, the development of autonomous robot airships allowed the successful implementation of 13G telephony technologies with mapping and real-time video. The general public was able to enjoy their own integration in virtual geopositioning scenarios from the 2050s onwards.

 

HelyCam platforms allow stereoscopic 64k native multi-resolution video image, from any angle and anywhere in the world. Thanks to its compartmentalized balloon with equal volumes of helium and hydrogen, its autonomy is virtually indefinite, except for coordinated attacks from the ground or with other drones that may pierce more than one of its floating capsules simultaneously.

 

Its electric motors are powered exclusively by solar energy thanks to the photovoltaic fabric of its membrane, making this type of device part of the landscape anywhere on the planet.

 

At the beginning of this century, the United Nations decided to unify the different aerial image networks owned by private corporations into a single Global Surface Imaging Network. Since 2102, this network has been supervised by InterPol for its Intelligent Facial Recognition Diagnostics platform. Since then, the images provided by this platform have been called “horizontal images”, as a differentiation from the “vertical images” from the SkyKover satellites.

Characteristics

WEIGHT:                      12.6 kg

PROPULSION:             2 Siemens VarioDraft 1,7 kW motors

BUOYANCY VOLUME:   14.1 m3

MAXIMUM OPERATING WINDS:   65 km/h

RANGE:                       Indefinite

CEILING:                      4.5 km

POWER SOURCE:       Solar photovoltaic

ECOENERGETIC RATIO:  1.00

DIMENSIONS:              4,050 x 4,050 x 5,410 mm