UAVs and diode illumination: what was brought to the exhibition at the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Belarus
Representatives of research organizations, institutes and other institutions that drive the development of technology and science in general have gathered in the exhibition hall. Developments and projects turned out to be very different.
So, not far from the stand of the Scientific and Practical Center of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Belarus for Bioresources, there is a stand with Belarusian drones of the Busel family. The manufacturing company feels confident: there are many orders, there are both from civil organizations and from law enforcement agencies. UAVs fly at an altitude of about 200 meters and can be removed 70 kilometers from a person with remote control. They take off in different ways: directly from the hand, from a catapult, or like ordinary planes - through an acceleration in a runway. But they can land almost anywhere: not only is there a parachute, so the pillow also opens from the bottom so as not to damage expensive equipment (it can easily cost $ 20-30 thousand) and the drone itself.
The Ministry of Emergency Situations brought fresh samples of rescue equipment. The whole form of employees is entirely Belarusian production. Now, for example, they are testing new shoes from Marco. They do not use ordinary shoelaces, but an addictive ring: this way you can more accurately fit the shoes to the size of your legs and not worry that the shoelaces will suddenly untie.
Work suits are hanging next to them - they say, compared to what rescuers wore twenty years ago, clothing became relatively lightweight. This means that the rescuer is not so constrained in his movements, he is more comfortable moving, and speed often affects safety and efficiency. A modern suit withstands temperatures of 300 degrees for ten minutes. For work in small rooms such as a burning apartment or house, this is enough - there the temperature is just within three hundred Celsius.
When the refinery is lit, conditionally, the clothes are used differently - with a cloth-covered with metalized material, which can withstand more than 600 degrees. The fiberglass helmet is also Belarusian. It weighs a little more than one and a half kilograms and passes a lot of tests - both on the effect of temperatures and on the fall of various objects: blunt, sharp.
The Center for LED and Optoelectronic Technologies of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Belarus brought a tricky thing - a raster LED system for precision exposure of photographic materials.
It can be used in cameras for taking photos and videos, as well as in adaptive lighting - the light source changes from accent to diffused. Another development is diode backlighting for LCD indicators. This solution is more durable compared to conventional bulbs, and most importantly - the light is uniform, no differences in brightness are visible.