Call For Project
Relayed ADS-B Target Injection
Publishing a Cloud-connected Aerial Vehicleâ€™s position through a ground based ADS-B transmitter
The Swedish Sea Rescue Society is exploring how to launch a fleet of small, remotely operated drones toÂ improve situational awareness for Search & Rescue (SAR) missions. Please see Providence â€“ UAV system to support Search and RescueÂ for more on that!
To minimize collision risk and to enhance cooperation and coordination with Air Traffic Control and other SAR aircrafts, we would like to publish the droneâ€™s position onÂ the ADS-BÂ network, but we would like to avoid having to carry a physical ADS-BÂ transponder onboard.
Luckily, the drones will be controlled by a Cloud service via cell networks. This means that all necessary information (id, call sign, position, altitude, course and speed) will be available in the cloud. If this information can be reformatted into the proper ADS-BÂ format, it can then â€“ with permission from relevant regulatory bodies, beÂ broadcasted from a local, ground based ADS-B Transmitter.
To Air Traffic Control and aircraft equipped with ADS-B receivers orÂ transponders the drone will appear as if it was carrying a transponder, but we will save precious weight and power consumption which translates into greater endurance.
This project is a call for help with building the service that that pulls position data from the Cloud Service, converts it to the properÂ format and pushes the messages through a ground based ADS-B transmitter.
We can supply contact with experts who can answer questions about the detailed workings of the Cloud Service.
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- Ghost in the Air(Traffic): On insecurity of ADS-B protocol and practical attacks on ADS-B devices
- Non-Transponder- Based Automatic Dependent Services -Broadcast (ADS-B) Downlink Format 18 (DF=18) Virtual Target InjectionÂ
- Spoofing ADS-b
Who is behind the project?
This is a project from the Innovation office at Swedish Sea Rescue Society, SSRS. The SSRS is a non-profit organization that performs the majorityÂ of sea rescues in Sweden thanks to some 2000 volunteers. Our constitution says that we are to:
- Further the interest in sea rescue matters
- Propose ways to improve sea rescue
- Perform sea rescue operations
The person proposing this project is me, Fredrik Falkman. Iâ€™m an industrial designer by training working for the SSRS with development projects and general innovation.
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