Nuclear deterrence is not new to global security. This issue has been known for over 70 years, and it will remain as long as nuclear weapons exist and competitors and potential adversary threats continue to play on the world stage.
NATO and military experts recognize that when it comes to deterrence, the development of air superiority and information superiority are two critical elements to deter and respond to nuclear threats. (a) The U.S. Deterrence Strategy, (b) NATO Deterrence and Defence, (c) European Union Deterrence Strategy, (d) Canada Deterrence Strategy.
Military and NATO Assessments: The various military studies and NATO assessments concluded that continuing to advance the effectiveness of deterrence and defence capabilities, air superiority and information superiority must be addressed. Specifically for the future challenges regards to military readiness and combat strategies. The military studies revealed that for military readiness Air Force must build new technologies and unique combat operations systems rather than a single individual characteristic or variant of existing systems that can only contribute to existing operational and missions capabilities.
Family of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Platforms: The military studies concluded, to achieve deterrence, air superiority and future military readiness, Air Force must focus on building new and complete family of UAVs platforms, and integrated manned/unmanned system of systems architecture. Particularly, the UAVs are capable of engaging in a wide range of operational missions, platforms, weapon mission systems, and interconnect communications and navigation support, including Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) mission capabilities in all domains air, sea, ground, subsurface, and space.
System of System Integrated Architecture: Establish the System-of-Systems integration architecture requires a full spectrum of intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, and communications capabilities and data collection capabilities from all altitudes, high, mid, low, surface, subsurface, and space, including the areas where manned aircraft and other vehicles cannot go.
The U.S. Air Superiority 2030 Flight Plan Report: Air Superiority 2030 Flight Plan - Enterprise Capability Collaboration Team (ECCT) Report: "The Air Force’s projected force structure in 2030 is not capable of fighting and winning against this array of potential adversary capabilities. Developing and delivering air superiority for the highly contested environment in 2030 requires a multi-domain focus on capabilities and capacity".
Since 2008, we have been researching and developing CBRNE deterrence (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive) strategy and concepts that would contribute to military readiness in 2030 and beyond. We specifically focus on air superiority and information superiority by innovating a family of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and air combat operations and missions systems capable of working together in all domains air, sea, ground, subsurface, and space.
To achieve these objectives, we innovated a family of UAVs concept capable of multi-purpose, multi-function, and multi-mission tasks and interconnected communications and operating platforms that can integrate into the system-of-systems architecture, and combine all systems into a single force structure.
These innovative platforms and applications would assist in obtaining the necessary capabilities to support and enhance future airpower superiority and information superiority, which aim of deterrence, to decrease the global military conflicts while preparing readiness for future military confrontations.
The most significant element of our innovation concept is the flatbed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and the extensive family of UAVs and multiple missions and operational systems integrated into the fully operational force system-of-systems architecture. The unique feature is the large mother UAV (Mother Hen) carries several Sub UAVs (Chicks), and Sub UAVs carry several mini UAVs (Grand Chicks), deploy and recover in mid-air.
The innovation further involves the entire family of UAVs system integrated into the communications connectivity architecture that the Mother Hen, Chicks, and Grand Chicks all are interconnect with other unmanned and manned systems. In particular, receiving and transmitting data not only from high-mid and low altitudes but also can communicate with each other with or without satellite communications capabilities. This potential technology would allow UAVs to collect, process, and store data when satellites are unable to communicate (due to weather, location of satellites, or other reasons) and transmit such stored data when satellites are ready to receive.
These capabilities would support intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, and communications sought to increase the autonomy of unmanned systems to reach their full potential capabilities that can contribute to a wide range of missions systems and operational tasks needed in the multi-domain battlespace architecture.
In 2013 AUVSI's Unmanned Systems Conference was held in Washington, D.C. U.S.A. This convention featured high-tech military equipment and new aerospace technologies by leading industries, such as Boeing Co., Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, United Technologies, and many other aerospace companies.
At the conference, we displayed the Flatbed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle model. the IEEE (The world's largest technical professional organization for the advancement of technology) recognized that the EQQ Flatbed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle was one of the most interesting concepts at the event.
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EXHIBITOR: 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 .
EXHIBITOR: 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.
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