VERSATILE RESCUE AND TRANSPORT VEHICLE, MONIKA KURPAS, ANDRZEJ SZAFRANIEC
Abstract. The article presents a concept of a tracked floating vehicle intended for, inter alia, the transport of fire fighting containers to places inaccessible to ordinary wheeled vehicles. The vehicle could also be a means of evacuating people, animals and equipment from disaster-stricken areas. It would serve the services supervised by the Crisis Management Centre, including the fire brigades. The vehicle's specific features include the ability to negotiate rubbles and boggy land and to float. The container self-loading system allows for autonomy and independence of the vehicle from lifting equipment. Use of composite construction materials significantly reduces the weight of the vehicle.
VIRTUAL 3D TRAINING KIT AS A TOOL FOR SUPPORTING THE TRAINING PROCESS, TOMASZ STROJECKI
Abstract. The article presents a modern IT tool, a virtual 3D training kit for training in the operation, maintenance and diagnostics of military devices and equipment. The structure of the training device and available training modes are described. A reference is made in the summary to a potential scope of training sessions with the use of the device described.
MODULAR LIGHT UNMANNED GROUND SUPPORT PLATFORMS, MARIAN J. ŁOPATKA, TOMASZ MUSZYŃSKI, WOJCIECH POLIS
Abstract. The article presents the main design requirements for an 800 kg light modular unmanned ground platform. The anticipated range of applications and the resulting requirements for the modular platform as a carrier for differentiated systems are also outlined. Requirements are defined for intervention, patrol, reconnaissance and logistic versions of the platform.
AGOGE - AN INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT FOR OPENCL C, MICHAŁ BUGAŁA
Abstract. The article presents the capabilities and technological solutions of Agoge, an integrated development environment dedicated to OpenCL. The automation of the process of creating an OpenCL context, handling of computational kernel and computational grid are discussed and the potential for using the environment in numerical calculations and image analysis is presented.
OBJECT ORIENTATION RECOGNITION USING THE OPENCV LIBRARY, MICHAŁ BUGAŁA
Abstract. The article presents the basic methods of detecting objects in an image from a digital camera and attempts to apply methods of determining the orientation of an object.