Aerial multifunctional system with high autonomy for environment surveillance
Prof. Univ. Dr. Eng. Romulus LUNGU
Phone: 0251435724/132, Fax: 0251436447, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SAMASCAM is a project that aims at creating a functional competitive system with a high degree of reliability. Subsequent to the research activity it will result a model of the system accompanied by the technical documentation.
General objectives and estimated results
The scientific objectives of the project are in accordance with the mission and the requirements proposed by the potential users, under the circumstances determined by increased performances and reducing costs in comparison with similar products. These are:
- Applying new researches results and technologies in the field, based on a partnership between researchers and constructors/beneficiaries, given the conditions of a superior capitalization of each partner’s experience;
- Applying integrated design and versatility and sustainable development principles;
- New software design, specific to the application;
- A new competitive product development, with a high degree of reliability.
In each progress phase of the project there are included measurable objectives that must be attained, specific to the type of performed activity:
- For the fundamental research activities there will be formulated and verified hypothesis, conceptual models and theories regarding technologies and products that represent the object of the planned task, will be elaborated
- For the industrial research studies and analysis with regard to new suggested solutions, will be elaborated, documentations and experimental models will be developed, and the validity and feasibility of the suggested solutions will be tested,
- For the experimental development, there will be prepared the technical documentation of the product(s) and of the systems of which model resulted from the fundamental and/or industrial research.
P1 – INCAS – National Institute for Aerospace Research “Elie Carafoli” Bucharest, with the headquarters in Bucharest, B-dul Iuliu Maniu, 220, Postal code 061126. Responsible for the project: Eng. Andrei NEAMTU, telephone no.: 0214340083, fax: 0214340082, email address: email@example.com
P2 – COMFRAC – S.C. COMFRAC R&D PROJECT EXPERT S.R.L., with the headquarters in Bucharest, str. DECEBAL, nr. 1, Postal code 30961. Responsible for the project: Prof. Dr. Eng. Marin BICA, telephone no.: 0213260642, fax: 0213260642, email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
P3 – SEEK – SC SEEKTRON SRL, headquarters in Ploiesti, Soseaua Vestului nr. 33, Postal code 30961. Responsible for the project: CS I Eng. Toader MELINTE, telephone no.: 0244567750, fax: 0244567750, email address: email@example.com
P4 – CCIZ – Centrul de Cercetari si Incercari in Zbor (In Flight Research & Test Center), headquarters in Craiova, Str. G-ral Stefan Ispas nr. 1, Postal code 200786. Responsible for the project: CS III Eng. Dorin STOIAN, telephone no.: 0251435292, fax: 0251435292, email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
P5 – ACV – SC Avioane Craiova SA, with the headquarters in Ghercesti, str. Aviatorilor Nr. 10, judetul Dolj, Postal code 207280. Responsible for the project: Eng. Ioan SAVA, telephone no.: 0251402054, fax: 0251402040, email address: email@example.com
The National Center for Program Management (CNMP)
Financing contract no. 82-072/2008 with CNMP, in the PNIIC2 – Program 4 – Partnerships in foreground domains
Project time frame
Project length is 36 months, from the date when the contract was signed and the contract number was assigned by the National Center for Program Management – 01.10.2008. The complete execution date for the activities of the project, as object of the present partnership, is 30.09.2011.
Parties' activities & responsibilities
CO – UCV has as responsibilities both coordinating the overall activity as well as solving a number of scientific issues specific to the project: elaborating conceptual models and computation theories regarding the aeronautical structure; studies, analysis concerning the existing worldwide technical solutions in the field. Interpretation of the solutions; multi-criteria analysis; design of the propulsion system project; testing the experimental model; information dissemination by publicizing papers and by taking part to scientific events.
P1 – INCAS is mainly responsible for ensuring planning; prototyping and testing of the commands drive system; aerodynamic computation of the configuration; preliminary studies on stability and flight dynamics. Also, it takes part to information dissemination activity.
P2- COMFRAC has the role of outlining the critic study of the constructive solution of the radio command system (board equipment and ground equipment); development of the energy board system; creating the tele-transmission system.
P3 – SEEK is responsible for making the sensors system for measuring the concentration of the polluting gaseous compounds, the video system and the positioning system; the study of stability and dynamics of the fully equipped experimental model.
P4 – CCIZ ensures the processing activity of the received data by studying the present situation, creating the model and testing it; the critic study of the received data processing and drawing up the pollution maps system; elaborates the project of the energy board system.
P5 – ACV ensures the technical assistance for creating the aerial structure; the study of the stability and dynamics of the fully equipped model.
Source of financing: State budget (through PNIIC2) + partners’ co-financing.
B – Amount requested from the state budget;
C – The amount representing co-financing;
All the amounts are in RON
Conferences, seminars, partners meetings.