Fully automatic and often autonomous for power supply unmanned systems (AUS) – is a new direction in development of unmanned systems. It is the next logical step from remotely controlled and always maintained to fully automatic. Such systems find a different application such as air pollution control, perimeter security, monitoring of production facilities, prevention of aggressive behavior at events, forest fire protection and others. AUS solve these tasks themselves according to a predefine algorithm anytime at almost any weather conditions, without any operators.
Furthermore, the logic of AUS implies the possibility of integration separate systems into one network, that solves one mission. For instance, a number of AUS, mounted along a part of state border, can simultaneously and coordinately control the entire site. Moreover, automatic unmanned systems easily solve tasks of airspace dispatching and ensure flight safety.