The holographic ground control system allows a controller to experience the entire UAV mission through a human-machine interface.
The holographic ground control system allows a controller to experience the entire UAV mission through a human-machine interface. (Wendell Minnick / Staff)

ZHUHAI, CHINA — China’s biggest aviation manufacturer, Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC), is developing a holographic ground control system (GCS) for UAVs.
Unveiled at Airshow China here, the “nerve center” or GCS displays the UAV as a holographic image. It allows the controller to command the aircraft, obtain flight parameters and information on navigation and guidance through a “human-machine interface.”
The controller experiences the entire process of the mission via this interface, including mission payload, route planning, flight control, identification of friend/foe, precision strikes and task assessment of the UAV operational environment.
Airshow China, known officially as the 10th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, is being held from Nov. 11-16. ■
Email: wminnick@defensenews.com.
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