Many believe that the Cryptocopter, a remote aerial vehicle, is an unmanned aerial vehicle used by the military for surveillance. However, it is more than this. It is a mini remote control drone that can be flown indoors on occasions. All of us have seen them at various places but not many have heard of the Ultimate Ability and how it can be used for surveillance.
The Cryptocopter has the ability to remain invisible to the enemy long enough for the operator to get a clear view of the area to be surveyed. Once the operator has this view then the camera and video equipment of the unit will record the data. The data is sent back to the command posts via secure satellite links. This gives the operator the ultimate ability to survey any area with ease and then make a decision as to how to proceed from there. There are three major types of Cryptocopters; UAV, PCU and ECOS.
First, let’s understand the UAV. It is also known as an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle or UAV. It is just a regular plane as you know it, but it has the ability to move and fly using its wings. It can cruise the earth at speeds in excess of 150 miles per hour. The ultimate ability of this type of drone would be to scan the landscape below it and then locate anything of interest or those that may pose a threat to the pilot or those below. If the need to take immediate action arises, then the operator simply has to point his camera and take action.
Next is the PCU. As its name implies, it is a remote control quadcopter. It is used primarily for surveillance and to fire illumination strikes against enemy combatants, enemy military units, and any other objects that could pose a threat to the security of the operator. When it comes to the UAV and its camera and video equipment, the supreme legends of the Crypto Drone were released during the World War II for the first time. The PCsU is one of the most advanced types of UAVs available today. It has the ability to send out real time images from the camera or cameras to command posts on the ground or through satellite links to combat areas around the globe.
The UAV, or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, has evolved over the years to become more sophisticated. The UAV is now used as a remote control platform, which allows for greater mobility than ever before. One such remote control platform is the Apex guide UAV, which can scan and identify potential threats on the ground to determine whether to engage or disengage the system. This is just one example of a new design that has evolved and made available through the apex guide concept.
The encrypt software embedded into the PCU will allow a UAV operator to determine if there is a threat, determine the type of threat, and then engage the enemy or objects that present the greatest threat. This will enable the operator to gain the ultimate ability to protect their team, while engaging the enemy wherever it is in the scope of the combat. The UAV is also capable of providing 360-degree fire support. It is capable of shooting down multiple aerial vehicles and aircrafts without coming in contact with the target itself. It will remain undetected on the battlefield, and will be able to move in a way that is invisible to the enemy. The encrypted data will allow for superior target prioritization when moving through different phases of the conflict.
With the aerial vehicle identification function of the Apex drone, it becomes easier to locate friendly forces on the ground. As a result, friendly soldiers can quickly react and provide close air support if called upon. The drone is capable of identifying enemy vehicles and identifying friendly forces without directly colliding with them. UAVs operating in combat zones will have the option to disengage from combat when needed, as long as the network link to the combat area is operational. The encrypted information provided by the PCU will allow for this type of disengagement.
A UAV will also be capable of being remotely piloted by friendly forces. A UAV may not engage in dogfights with enemy aircrafts, but it can be piloted from afar via a computer. A UAV can then deliver troops and resources where they are urgently needed. The Reaper UAV is an excellent choice for many military and tactical situations, and it is likely that future versions of UAVs will include a greater level of combativeness.