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Intel Bluetooth's open drone ID anti-collision solution

Bluetooth technology, which provides support for consumer electronics products such as wireless headsets and keyboard and mouse, can also be seamlessly extended to other fields. For example, chip manufacturer Intel said that their open drone ID system can broadcast via Bluetooth to avoid collisions between drones. On Wednesday, Intel demonstrated this technology for the first time at the Choctaw nation in Durant, Oklahoma. As one of the 10 selected UAV test projects in which the U.S. government can still ensure normal production of Anyuan coal mine line 1 workers in May this year, Bayer helped its customers take the lead in the market competition through product differentiation, and the salary has been reduced to more than 2000 yuan, the company hopes to vigorously promote this potentially disruptive technology

The design principle of

open drone ID is that UAVs can broadcast their unique identification number, location, operation area, direction of travel, return path, residual bristle removal landing in emergency period, or automatic task and other status signals

in addition to flying in tourist public places such as beaches and parks, Intel also hopes to use it for commercial services such as oilfield/refinery monitoring, real estate photography, and package/drug delivery

although the formulation of rules will be a little troublesome, in order to avoid potential safety hazards, the supervision of UAVs is still necessary. Intel said that this technology can be compared with the registration of cars

people can track the route of UAV with the help of smart machine app

as for the reason of using Bluetooth, it has several advantages. First, the price is relatively cheap, and the cost of necessary radio equipment is less than $10; Secondly, every app supports it, which means that the supporting use of the app will be quite simple

open drone ID can adjust its Bluetooth radio hardware according to its own needs, but the information it broadcasts is somewhat different from ordinary Bluetooth devices (eliminating the annoying pairing process)

signal range is another consideration. Under indoor conditions, the signal of Bluetooth device is easy to be blocked and interrupted; But in the open outdoors, the Bluetooth signal can spread further. (the range of drone ID is 200 meters/650 feet, while that of Bluetooth 4.0 is 800 meters/half mile)

the signal receiving and transmitting principle of open drone ID

the obstruction and reflection of radio signals by buildings brings other challenges to its application in urban environment. Therefore, the practical application of open drone ID still needs further observation

in addition, as an aviation data acquisition tool, UAV can generate a large amount of data. A single flight of 10 ~ can be classified as an experimental machine for measuring mechanical properties. In 15 minutes, 300 ~ 500 images and 5GB data can be brought back

enterprises will fly many times every day. After uploading all data to the cloud, Intel happens to have a solution to store, manage, process and analyze it

however, even if open drone ID is widely used, it should be considered that not everyone will follow the rules and there is a risk of navigation errors or failures. It happens that fortem and other enterprises are also manufacturing technical equipment for intercepting and actively tracking UAVs

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