UAS missions

Carmenta Engine - use case

UAS missions

Carmenta Engine is frequently used as the foundational technology for aerial drone routing applications. The Carmenta Engine routing algorithm calculates a path to the zone of interest – alternating altitudes to avoid buildings, masts, electrical wires, and other obstructions. Coned line of sight analysis ensures no areas are shadowed by rolling terrain. A video stream is sent in real time to the ground station where the video feed is displayed on Carmenta Engine’s 3D map. Should the IR-camera detect heat spots along the route, a georeferenced alert is instantly shown to the operator. The operator can also specify no-go zones to avoid being discovered during a mission, and an alternative route will be calculated automatically. Carmenta’s geospatial technology is designed to be fully integrated with your existing applications, or it can provide the core of any geospatial web service environment. We are committed to openness, providing easy connection to map servers using standardised interfaces. Because the geospatial data can be directly accessed from a large number of original formats, time- consuming and expensive offline data preparation work is greatly reduced or eliminated.