TZMP - Drone Division completed test maneuvers of Drone Division land and air based assets utilizing asymmetrical reflective transmissions to operate multiple drones simultaneously through an interdependent use of a single handheld radio device and Full Motion Video live downlink situated in seperate drone platforms.
TZMP Drone Division personnel successfully utilized 'signal reflection' techniques to control both air and land assets via one controller. Reflective transmission involves tasking the 'Kazi' UAV via electro-optical object recognition to the TZ.ROV.V.5 ground drone allowing the drone pilot to utilize the ROV's PWM wave 2.4 GHZ radio signal to control both drone assets simultaneously.
Ride it, Rove it, fly it! Use the UAV to drive the Rover & use the Rover to fly the drone... and don't stop pedaling either!
By tasking the Kazi UAV to the ground ROV the Drone operator was able to pilot both the aerial and ground drones and utilize the 1080p FMV live downlink to also pilot the ROV without direct line of sight. This technique allows the drone operator to maintain cover and concealment while utilizing the ROV in a force protection role. Utilizing asymmetrical deployment control and observation procedures allows operators to use interdependent signal exploitation to maximize asset capabilities.