Future Forces Exhibition is a highly recognized international event in defence & security field organized biennially in the Prague Czech Republic. This event is officially supported by the Czech Ministry of Defence, Armed Forces, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Industry and Trade, civil and military parts of the NATO HQ, European Defence Agency (EDA) and many other relevant national as well as international institutions, organizations and agencies. The philosophy behind Future Forces Exhibition continues to remain true to the exhibition’s origins and is in compliance with the principal objectives and actual core tasks of the Alliance and its Partners across the globe, namely the NATO Forces 2020
INNOVATION OF UNMANNED AIRBORNE AIRCRAFT CARRIER
MOTHER HEN AND PARASITE CHICKS
We are the first to innovate the idea of a Flatbed Unmanned Airborne Aircraft Carrier in the sky. Mainly, a large Mother Unmanned Aircraft (Mother Hen) to carry Small Unmanned Aircraft (Chicks), and Small Unmanned Aircraft to carry Mini Unmanned Vehicles (Grand Chicks) capable of launching and recovering in midair. In fact, the most significant novel application is the prospect of developing a family of UAV systems that can integrate into all unmanned and manned systems, space and human systems, that would evolve into a single force structure.
The EQQ Flatbed Unmanned Airborne Aircraft Carrier concept is known as “Mother Hen and Parasite Chicks,” also referred as EQQ Unmanned Aerial System (EQQ UAS). This innovation platform would provide for a Mother Unmanned Aircraft to survive and perform missions in high and mid-altitude, and Small UAVs and Mini UAVs to engage in long-duration missions in most high-threat areas both mid and low altitude where manned and other unmanned systems are unable to access.
Our mission is to develop an Unmanned Airborne Aircraft Carrier and subsystems to integrate manned/unmanned operation systems that would significantly contribute to enhancing the air power capabilities to conduct effective combat operations for future warfare. In addition to military capabilities, we are also focusing on a wide spectrum of potential non-military and civil applications. In particular to combat wildfire and access the Arctic region for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), patrolling and securing borders and collecting scientific data.
NATO Defence Conference Prague, Czech Republic
Washington, DC USA EQQ Unmanned Airborne Aircraft Carrier
HISTORY OF AIRBORNE AIRCRAFT Carrier
The aviation history demonstrated that between 1917 and after World War II, the United States, Soviet Union, Britain, and Germany expressed their keen interest in experimenting with airborne aircraft carriers in the sky. Particularly, capable of carrying parasite fighter aircraft, with the ability to launch and recover in midair. History revealed that these concepts weren't completely successful, especially regarding recovering parasite aircraft back onto the mother aircraft. In fact, these dreams faded almost three-quarter century ago, mainly due to lack of finding an effective solution on recovery capabilities. Nonetheless, the U.S. and other nations continued to remain interested in the airborne aircraft carrier concept. In the early 1970s, the U.S. aerospace industry brought various designs along the line of the original idea, using an existing platform, a Boeing 747 jumbo jet as a flying mother aircraft carrier. This design was considered by basically changing wing layouts and using the early system of belly hatch on a trapeze system. However, this also did not materialize.
Presentations and Participations
The world's largest organization dedicated to the advancement of unmanned systems and robotics. The AUVSI members work in the defense, civil and commercial markets. For 40 years, AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems has been the premier networking event for air, ground and maritime unmanned systems communities.
THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS the largest and well recognize engineering society in the world that promotes the art, science & practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the globe. OMAE is the ideal forum for researchers, engineers, managers, technicians, and students from the scientific and industrial communities from around the world to meet and present advances in technology and its scientific support.
In 2013 AUVSI's Unmanned Systems Conference held in Washington, DC. This convention featured high tech military equipment and new aerospace technologies were displayed by leading industries such as Boeing Co., Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, United Technologies, and many other aerospace companies. The 2013 event was the most successful event to date with over 8,000 attendees, more than 600 exhibitors and nearly 400 members of the press and media. During this conference, we displayed the Flatbed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle model, and it was well received.
IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity
At the AUVSI 2013, Washington D.C. conference the IEEE recognized that the EQQ Flatbed Unmanned Aerial System was one of the most interesting concepts.
International Offshore and Polar Engineering the primary objective is to disseminate scientific knowledge and provide a timely exchange of technical expertise and information. Also, to advance at an international level the arts and sciences and promote and improve technological progress in the interdisciplinary fields of offshore, ocean and polar engineering and related technologies through international cooperation and participation. The Society’s annual conference, the Annual International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE Conference), has held one of the worlds largest of its kind with refereed papers. Presentation and Exhibitor
ArcticNet is supported by the Government of Canada, through the Networks of Centers of Excellence program. The key objective of ArcticNet is to contribute to the development and dissemination of the knowledge needed to formulate adaptation strategies and national policies to help Canadians face the impacts and opportunities of climate change and modernization.
AUVSI 2012 was another successful event that we were able to introduce the EQQ Flatbed Unmanned Airborne Carrier concept to the aerospace industry and the military. We received positive comments and built-up a roadmap for future development of our concept.
Israel is known as one of the leading countries in the world in the development of Unmanned Systems technologies. AUVSI Israel 2012 accepted our technical paper and provided us an opportunity for an oral presentation on the EQQ Flatbed Unmanned Airborne Aircraft Carrier concept. The conference program included sessions on operational concepts and lessons learned, chaired by the Directorate of Defense Research & Development (DDR&D) of the Israeli Ministry of Defense.
For 26 years the International Association of Wildland Fire (IAWF) provides a significant contribution and constant commitment to the global wildland fire community. The IAWF principle objective is to facilitate vital information and promote advance knowledge of wildland fire activities and educate firefighters and the community on wildfire. This activity includes the dynamic force of fire behavior, the safety of firefighters, lessons learned from every fire situation and new techniques to battle wildland fire.
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International Washington D.C. - 2011 AUVSI was established in 1972, during the Vietnam War by a group of U.S. Air Force personnel and few defense contractors. Initially, the association was known as the National Association of Remotely Piloted Vehicles (NARPV), and later known as AUVSI. This association is the world leading organization representing the opinion of the unmanned systems and robotics community.
The Unmanned System Canada represents, promotes and facilitates the Canadian unmanned vehicle community to achieve Canadian and worldwide goals. The association provides a single voice for unmanned systems and robotic community to obtain an education, advocacy, and exchange of ideas and technologies.