Optionally piloted aircraft or Un-crewed aerial systems have become one of the most researched and pursued military technologies from the past decade and the market for drones and UAVs has grown exponentially. Their capabilities have advanced with the shifting of operational requirements, whether it be with ISR assets for long range reconnaissance missions, soldier-born battlefield awareness mini UAS or for remotely piloted combat drones for precision strikes. Demand for these indispensable capabilities has led to further development of their technical abilities.
Unmanned maritime systems (UMSs) have evolved over the years as navies from different countries endeavor to create new ways of completing tasks that would be dangerous to humans. For instance, the U.S. Navy is focused on enhancing the autonomous capabilities of unmanned maritime vehicles to minimize human involvement and the associated risks together with advancing its war-fighting capabilities. The unparalleled increase in computing power that is being witnessed contemporarily will play an important role in the future of ensuring autonomy in unmanned maritime systems.
TSAMA E series as an Advancing Autonomous Systems. ... Specifically, MD's Development project of TSAMA E Series, focus on the future fleet architecture of unmanned maritime vehicles, both unmanned surface vehicles, and unmanned undersea vehicles, and their autonomous capabilities.
In 2017, National Defense Authorization Act, directed the Department of Defense, of certain country, specifically the Navy, the come up with various fleet architectures as a way of identifying key force structure and capabilities for Navy UMVs by 2030 and beyond. The architecture for future UMVs will be driven by the need to meet different operational needs. First, UMVs should be in a position to function in limited-connectivity environments. The current communication platform is a complicated architecture that relies on heavily interconnected systems.
Improving the autonomy of TSAMA E Series, would ensure its safety and better their operational abilities. This development improves the autonomy of such vehicles together with facilitating the ability to accomplish their missions as singular entities without having to rely on other platforms.
Future TSAMA's E Series, will have the capacity to sustain distributed lethality whereby different units in diverse locations would be in a position to provide and collaborate coordinated fires across an expansive area. Consequently, such vehicles will be required to organically overcome local anti-access threats, including mines.
Additionally, the future TSAMA's E series will have the ability to collect intelligence and data in restricted areas. Currently, the available space-based surveillance systems have unlimited capacities to access data from some areas.
The autonomy of TSAMA E Series, will play a critical role in ensuring continued operations, especially in environments with limited communication. The projected future for TSAMA E Series, are in line with the current technological progress. MDs agrees with this that using artificial intelligence (AI), multiple platforms could be used to execute tasks within compressed timelines for optimal performance. Therefore, the future of TSAMA E Series, is bright, and the need to achieve full autonomy will be possible through the incorporation of AI.
Since 2003, Muayad Alsamaraee (Inventor of TSAMA), was concluded, that the fleet TSAMA can makes an amphibian, and submersible naval fleet, a large formation of submersible war-platforms – the largest formation in any navy – controlled by one leader. A fleet at sea is the direct equivalent of an army on land. ... A TSAMA fleet at sea is the direct can shifted to be army on land ... A permanent formation and are generally assigned to a particular ocean, sea or land. … This unconventional innovation, which tip the scales, caused a great scientific challenge to the innovator.
A Modular airframe Aircraft. consisting of independent performance units, which intertwine among themselves during the stages of manufacture or development of the aircraft, to form various types of heavy vertical-lift aircraft, serving within various missions of the civil, commercial, and military sectors.
TSAMA - VTOL Submersible Modular Aircraft, Future Vertical Lift (FVL), Optionally Piloted Aircraft (OPA). … The TSAMA - (T)Tandem Ducted-fans, (S)Submersible, (A)Amphibious, (M)Modular Standalone-Units, (A)Artificial Intelligence Ability, project contains more than 17 innovations as a strategic intellectual property related to TSAMA submersible aircraft, has been innovating, the development stared from 2003 and will be ready for service in 2027. ... It should be noted that these are unexpensive aircraft, it will not take a number of years to accumulate a significant number of TSAMA aircraft.
TSAMA aircraft, designed to be the largest vertical lift Submersible aircraft in the world, a multi-rotor class, which was invented with a great care and precision and continued to be developed during the last 20 years in continuous work. The consists TSAMA aircraft structure includes the engines-powerplants and instrumentation. ... Its main components include rotating-wings of Coaxial-Ducted-fan Standalone-Units, loading (Cargo)fuselage, sensing and trimming units, rear-assembly unit, landing gear, cockpit- As well as being an innovative and interactive experience for passengers & crews, there are several benefits to creating a windowless plane. By removing the windows, the weight of the aircraft is reduced, and increase its performance.
The (removing the windows) simplifies construction and allows for greater flexibility when it comes to the aircraft interior design, also to make it suitable design as amphibious or submersible aircraft made by composite materials, in addition to reach the ballistic level of the aircraft airframe structure. Ballistic protection level ratings are based on the number of rounds and the size of the weapon(s) posing a threat. High caliber, high velocity weapons fire projectiles that deliver a large amount of energy against the airframe of TSAMA. … A Modular airframe Aircraft. consisting of independent performance units, which intertwine among themselves during the stages of manufacture or development of the aircraft, to form various types of heavy vertical-lift aircraft, serving within various missions of the civil, commercial, and military sectors.
The TSAMA Submersible aircraft, it consists of several types of units of different performance and work, and some of these units are repeated within the single-aircraft, according to the type of unit and the mission of its work. The design of these Modular-units is also changing in order to giving the plane a chance to carry out more missions.
TSAMA vehicles will be able to take off and land vertically from the ground or from a warship or oil platform at sea, fly in the air, water ski- hydrofoil, snorkel, travel underwater and maneuver to the coast where they can roam offshore or on the coast. TSAMA will be able to leave the coast and return to its original or new destination the same way it arrived. Muayad Al-Samaraee has invented a new physical principle related to that, which he has announced since 2013.