Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton unmanned aircraft system

Thanks for watching Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton unmanned aircraft system Royal Air Force KC2 Voyager (Airbus A330 MRTT) https://youtu.be/UouE7hlWz34 China's Xian Y-20 heavylift military transport aircraft https://youtu.be/vNrZB_SWsAI Russia’s Radar MMS BPV-500 unmanned helicopter https://youtu.be/EIaari8vD2o North American Rockwell OV-10B Bronco (LARA) aircraft https://youtu.be/qo6X-euyzZc AgustaWestland AW139 (AB139) multi mission helicopter https://youtu.be/Ckr3SE_-lKI This video describes the details of Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton unmanned aircraft system MQ-4C Triton is a new broad area maritime surveillance (BAMS) unmanned aircraft system (UAS) unveiled by Northrop Grumman for the US Navy. The UAS will complement the navy’s Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Force family of systems, delivering SIGNET (signals intelligence), C4ISR and maritime strike capabilities. The MQ-4C Triton programme is managed by the Persistent Maritime Unmanned Aircraft Systems Programme Office (PMA-262). Details of the BAMS UAS programme "The MQ-4C Triton is a new broad area maritime surveillance (BAMS) unmanned aircraft system (UAS) unveiled by Northrop Grumman." The BAMS UAS was acquired under a US Department of Defence (DoD) Acquisition Category (ACAT) 1D programme and Northrop Grumman was awarded a $1.16bn contract for the MQ-4C BAMS programme in April 2008. The programme saw the completion of preliminary design review in February 2010 and critical design review in February 2011. The first of the three fuselages of MQ-4C was completed in March 2011 and the ground station testing of multifunction active sensor (MFAS) radar was completed in November 2011. The flight testing of MFAS on the Gulfstream II testbed aircraft began in February 2012. The first MQ-4C Triton was unveiled in June 2012, while the maiden flight for the UAS was conducted in May 2013. The MQ-4C completed its ninth trial flight in January 2014 and operational assessment (OA) in February 2016. The US Navy intends to procure 68 MQ-4C Triton UAS to carry out surveillance missions, along with the manned P-8 Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft. MQ-4C Triton design features The MQ-4C Triton is based on the RQ-4N, a maritime variant of the RQ-4B Global Hawk. The main aluminium fuselage is of semi-monocoque construction, while the V-tail, engine nacelle and aft fuselage are made of composite materials. The forward fuselage is strengthened for housing sensors and the radomes are provided with lightning protection, and hail and bird-strike resistance. The UAS has a length of 14.5m, height of 4.7m and a wingspan of 39.9m. It can hold a maximum internal payload of 1,452kg and external payload of 1,089kg. Mission capabilities of MQ-4C Triton BAMS UAS The MQ-4C is a high-altitude, long-endurance UAS, suitable for conducting continuous sustained operations over an area of interest at long ranges. It relays maritime intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) information directly to the maritime commander. The UAS can be deployed in a range of missions such as maritime surveillance, battle damage assessment, port surveillance and communication relay. It will also support other units of naval aviation to conduct maritime interdiction, anti-surface warfare (ASuW), battle-space management and targeting missions. The MQ-4C is capable of providing persistent maritime surveillance and reconnaissance coverage of wide oceanographic and littoral zones at a mission radius of 2,000 nautical miles. The UAS can fly 24 hours a day, seven days a week with 80% effective time on station (ETOS). Payloads of Northrop’s unmanned system The payload is composed 360° field of regard (FOR) sensors including multifunction active sensor (MFAS) electronically steered array radar, electro-optical / infrared (EO/IR) sensor, automatic identification system (AIS) receiver and electronic support measures (ESM). The payload also includes communications relay equipment and Link-16. The MTS-B multispectral targeting system performs auto-target tracking and produces high-resolution imagery at multiple field-of-views and full motion video. The AN/ZLQ-1 ESM uses specific emitter identification (SEI) to track and detect emitters of interest. Subscribe my channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnja58lm1geOpzclxjSXntg/ Website :http://www.futureuniverse.in/ http://www.tamiludayam.in/ Google+ https://plus.google.com/+FUTUREUNIVERSE Instagram https://www.instagram.com/futureuniverse2017/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Maghizhan Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/Future-Universe-1768439153226746/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/jayanudayan Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/future-universe-75391423/ Tumblr https://futureuniverse2017.tumblr.com Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/FUTUREUNIVERSE/ My Laptop Amazon : http://amzn.to/2gD5MpB
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