CTech Informatics has developed a “Beyond Line of Sight National Communication” system, focusing particularly on the communication capabilities it brings to VTOL UAVs and drone concepts for Gyrocopters and the flying car concept.
With its new SCOFUS products, CTech Informatics continues to provide technological contributions to manned flying vehicles and Gyrocopters. The company aims to expand the scenarios of implementing beyond line of sight communication capabilities in air, land, and sea platforms in various projects.
The Gyrocopter, which will be used for the first time in law enforcement tasks under the Gendarmerie General Command, is expected to have a broad impact in large areas with CTech’s national communication system SCOFUS. The success of this unique project will be a determining factor in its potential for international export in Gyrocopter applications.
In a written statement from the company on the subject, the following expressions were used:
“With our Gyrocopter projects and the tests we conducted with the Gendarmerie, we continue to push the limits of low latency and maximum distance in communication in recent times. The most significant feature of the new SCOFUS technology is to convert different communication channels into a single uninterrupted link, combining RF, GSM, and satellite connections to go beyond the limits of flight distance. This technology provides technological benefits to institutions such as the gendarmerie using Gyrocopters to support their activities and projects. Additionally, we meet the communication technology needs of flying manned vehicles, which we see as the concept of the future, by collaborating with successful companies in Turkey such as Aircar. We aim to bring export opportunities to our country as a result of these projects. We have been developing products and solutions in the field of public safety for a long time. In the future vision of manned flying vehicle concepts, we contribute to the work of significant companies like Aircar. In this field, we attract the attention of international projects with special communication studies. We hope to be a significant part of civilian flying vehicle concepts operated successfully in the sky in the future.”