Adaptation for every field of application – Because software is key!
The new RTSA-Suite Pro is a powerful real-time spectrum analysis software that enables the integration of various hardware components and their use for evaluation. Thus, the AARTOS system can be modularly designed and controlled. A simple configuration via blocks in the software allows optimal settings for drone detection, especially in the area in which the AARTOS system is to be used.
Our easy-to-use tactical display controls and visualizes all integrated components and sensors (RF detector, radar, cameras (PTZ), jammers, etc.). It offers a maximum of flexibility and detailed information that is second to none: Multiple graduated alarm zones, simultaneous display of all drones and remote controls, automatic classification of all targets, optical target verification and tracking, real-time recording of all raw data including IQ and video, as well as a simultaneous 2D and 3D view, topographic terrain structures up to complex 3D models of the objects to be secured (airports, cities, industrial plants) are only some of the highlights.
In addition, the control of the effectors is an integral part of the integration. Thus drones can be forced to land automatically or manually or sent back to the operator at any time (smart jamming). The system is rounded off by an app that allows an overview of the current status and even control of the entire system at any time.
Simultaneous 2D/3D view
For the best possible overview, our software allows a simultaneous 2D and 3D view. The user can change the position and arrangement of the individual views at any time. Using the mouse, the views can be rotated, tilted and zoomed at any time in real time. Here is an example of an airport in England.
AI-based camera tracking
A highlight of our software is the optical target tracking via PTZ camera(s). The integrated AI-based real-time target recognition allows several targets to be tracked simultaneously. A unique feature is our optical triangulation, which can calculate the exact GPS position of a target with the help of several cameras.
Jammer setups including dispersion diagrams
Installed jammers can be perfectly integrated into the system. Each antenna or sector of the jammer can be assigned an individual propagation diagram. This cone can be defined both two-dimensionally and three-dimensionally in length, width, height and color. When the jammer is activated, the corresponding cone/sector is animated. This enables the best possible visualization on the tactical display.
Multi-Frequency 3D Direction Finding
Our optional Direction Finding Block (DF) allows you to find the direction of an unlimited number of sources simultaneously, even if they are at different frequencies. This is a WORLD INNOVATION and is made possible by our new V6 receiver. Additionally the elevation to the target can be displayed. This is made possible by our unique IsoLOG 3D DF antenna.
Deep Learning KI Target Classification
Our optional Direction Finding Block (DF) allows you to find the direction of an unlimited number of sources simultaneously, even if they are at different frequencies. This is a WORLD NEW and is made possible by our new V6 receiver. Additionally the elevation to the target can be displayed. This is made possible by our unique IsoLOG 3D DF antenna.
Simple configuration via blocks
The RTSA Suite can be intuitively configured via drag&drop to connect a wide variety of hardware, however complex it may be, and to customize settings/views according to your needs. With this system there are no limits, because there is the possibility to program your own blocks. So the system can also be used for large installations with hundreds of sensors and effectors (monitoring of entire cities, border installations or even nationwide installations).
Detection accuracy display
This highly specialized function visualizes the position accuracy of the targets even in offline mode. Shifting the individual antennas immediately generates a new heat map. Thus the optimal position of each sensor can be configured together with the customer without having to install a system.
Position accuracy in 3D
The three-dimensional representation enables a better visualization of the simulation or the real coverage. In addition, the range of the individual sensors can also be displayed as transparent spherical network structures. This results in a perfect overall picture of the system performance.
Alarm zones in 3D
The simple configuration of alarm zones in any shape and height or color allows you to automatically protect certain areas from drone activity. If a drone enters such a zone, an alarm is automatically triggered or an effector (jammer) is activated. In addition, each alarm zone can be assigned its own alarm gradation. For example, in some zones only one registration can take place while in other very critical zones a correspondingly higher alarm level is reported.
DDS coverage and alarm zones in 3D
A combination of alarm zones and sensor covers allows an optimal visualization to set up the alarm zones perfectly. These should always be larger than the coverage, as the range of the system is usually greater than the range simulation. Topographical conditions can also be considered in this view.
Radar coverage in 3D
The visualization of the radar coverage is an important part of the system design, because the radar can never reach the performance of the RF detector, because especially the elevation is usually very limited. The graphical view demonstrates this impressively and helps the customer to better understand the advantages and disadvantages of a radar. Here is an example of four overlapping 360° radars.
Jammer Setup in 3D
A highly complex challenge is the optimal installation of the effectors (Jammer). With the help of our 3D representation, the effect areas including height can be optimally simulated and represented. Each sector or antenna can also be visualized and displayed individually in relation to the frequency. The terrain structure (topography) is also taken into account. Here on the basis of a 4-sector jammer at 2.4 GHz.
Integration of 3D models
Our latest software is now able to integrate even the most complex 3D models (e.g. entire cities, airports, etc.). This very realistic view considerably improves the user-friendliness of the AARTOS drone recognition system and is also called the king’s diszplin of visualization and simulation. The first project was the detailed integration of an entire airport including outbuildings and runways in England. The view can be rotated, zoomed and tilted smoothly in all dimensions.
Multiple receivers can be combined into a single device using our software. This results in a much higher real-time bandwidth while maintaining the sensitivity of the individual receivers. This unique feature enables real-time monitoring over wide frequency ranges. For example, only 4 receivers are required for a frequency range of 1 GHz.
Spectrum Analysis in 3D
High-resolution spectrum display with Clear/Write, Min. Hold, Average, reference curves, provider display, limit value curves, adjustable dynamics as well as freely adjustable colors and resolution, here in 3D are only a small excerpt of the almost infinite analysis and display possibilities of our software.
Waterfall in 3D
Our 3D real-time waterfall display with enormous depth of detail, free rotation and three-dimensional cursor allows an unprecedented visualization of your measurement. At the same time, you can zoom into the signal in the time domain as well as in the frequency domain and the data volume of the time domain can be compressed steplessly.
2 THz/s Ultra Wideband Monitoring
Our latest highlight is our V6 receiver. Its unbelievable sweep speed of over 2 THz/s enables an unprecedented speed in radio monitoring. For example, the entire frequency range up to 6 GHz can be analyzed and measured several hundred times per second. Additionally these data can be streamed lossless. This is UNIQUE in the industry and will fundamentally change the measurement technology as we know it.
Super High Frequency Resolution
Our software allows any cascading of the frequency display. Thus the visual resolution of the time domain can be set arbitrarily. The demo shows the frequency range up to 6 GHz in 8 cascades, each with a resolution of about 700 MHz. So single carriers and signals can be visualized in a resolution never known before.