We attempted a touch and go landing on our Blitz Mobile, which is a 74-foot-long NASCAR style truck and trailer, after visiting the Denver RC Modeler Club one day as they prepared for the national finals in PHX that year. Perhaps just the son of a Cold War fighter pilot looking to re-invent the aircraft carrier design on a near-nano scale? Without too much trouble, we were able to do a touch and bounce on the top of the trailer.Do you want to learn more? look at this site
A tractor trailer rig with panels on top that fold outward to stretch the length of the flat surface on top appears to be sufficient for launching and recovering hundreds of small UAVs. These unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) could be launched in swarms for surveillance or to overpower the enemy. On this day of testing and demonstrating the idea, we did not have any autonomous UAVs with us, but we did use a model aircraft that was big enough to show it would work. The unit we used is as follows:
That would suffice. The aircraft or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) will now be vertically stacked in the rear. When it was time to launch, the first ten or twelve would be pre-assembled and placed in the spring-activated dispenser, which would lift them to the roof and then launch them, similar to a pez dispenser. They will fly to a height of 300 feet, be pinged by a satellite for GPS verification, and then be released to autonomous flight. The rest of the initial sequence would be disabled, and there would be no frequency emitting or receiving other than a blip every now and then from satellite to pin-point spot. If the satellite went off course, it would send re-positioning data for 1-2 seconds before turning off again; terrain following would be sound waves from the UAV or from the satellite, or an abort sequence that would send the aircraft straight down to self-destruct.