Smartnoble sensors in military application
Today, sensors are widely used in the military, it can be said that no time, nowhere, large to stars, two bombs, aircraft, ships, tanks, artillery and other equipment systems, small to single-man combat weapons; Airspace and frequency domains are expanded to influence and change the way and efficiency of operations, and to greatly improve the power of weapons and operational command and battlefield management capabilities.
1. Application of microsensors
Intelligent dust system can also be deployed on the battlefield, remote sensor chip can track the enemy's military operations, intelligent dust can be loaded in large quantities of propaganda, bullets or shell casings, scattered in the target location, forming a close surveillance network, the enemy's military forces and personnel, material movement is naturally clear.
The Pentagon wants to place the tiny wireless sensors on the battlefield to keep a secret eye on the enemy's movements. The U.S. Department of Defense listed it as a priority research and development program four years ago. If, as the U.S. had expected, smart dust were used on the battlefield, America's military might would once again distance itself from other countries. Smart dust can also be used to prevent biochemical attacks - they can be used to predict biochemical attacks by analyzing the chemical composition of the air.
2. Application of infrared sensors
For the detection of stealth aircraft: Although the stealth aircraft uses infrared stealth technology, the bile temperature is always higher than the background temperature, it is still possible to be detected by infrared sensors, especially infrared imaging equipment, can accurately provide the target's angular position information, detection distance of up to hundreds of kilometers.
For artillery warning: Gaze-type infrared sensors are mounted on aircraft, ships and other platforms, can be used to alert incoming missiles and other infrared threats, or automatically issue counter-commands, or automatically activate infrared interference equipment for self-defense.
3. Application of fiber optic sensors
The application of fiber optic sensors in military information technology mainly focuses on the following aspects: optical water receiver sensor array network for marine defense and anti-submarine warfare, and intelligent structure based on temperature, pressure and vibration sensors, widely used in underwater weapons and aerospace and other fields.
Intelligent structure: is to closely integrate the sensing and drive elements in the material or structure, but also control, logic, signal amplification and processing circuits integrated into the structure, through external incentives and control, so that in addition to the ability to withstand loads, but also has the ability to identify, analyze, process and control a variety of functions, so that the structure itself can be intelligent way to self-diagnosis, adaptive, self-learning, and in the event of damage with self-healing, self-value-added, self-decaying capabilities and the arbitrary nature of the structure.
Military robots: A robot system used for military purposes. With the development of optical fiber sensing technology, some practical optical fiber robot haptic sensors have been developed at home and abroad or combined with other types of sensing methods used in combination with robot haptic sensors. Fiber sensors are functional and non-functional: functional fiber robot haptic sensors.
Such as the use of optical fiber micro-bending loss mechanism developed by the robot tentacles-type fiber haptic sensor. Non-functional fiber tactile sensors, such as available for sensitive robot hand grip, are mainly of two types: one is a displacement (reflective) light-stressed robot haptic sensor, and the other is a suppressed full-internal reflective photo modulation fiber optic robot haptic sensor. In use, robots almost always require the hand claw open ring to run mechanical system can be high-precision positioning, which requires the claws to close to the captured object to sense the distance, that is, the so-called proximity.
Especially for explosion-proof robots, the objects caught are generally flammable and fragile. The impact of grip needs to be minimized in order to position slowly and symmetrically, so a proximity sensor that senses the distance from the captured object needs to be configured on the claws.
The principle of photoelectric sensor Photoelectric sensor is the general name of the sensor that uses light to detect an object, and it is a device that transmits the optical signal from the transmitted part of the sensor and is reflected, blocked and absorbed by the detected object, and then partially detected and converted into the corresponding electrical signal to achieve control. Photoelectric effect refers to the phenomenon of electron effect when light is irradiated on some substances, the electrons of matter absorb the energy of photons and the corresponding electrical effect occurs. In recent years, with the development of photoelectric technology, photoelectric sensors have produced a series of products. The application of photoelectric sensors in military applications In military applications, photoelectric sensors can be seen in laser weapons, armored combat vehicles, trucks and unmanned vehicles on the ground. Photoelectric sensors are used in laser weapons.