D.R.A.M.S.

Detection and Recording Automatically by Magnetic tuned Systems

   Enables an aggressive policy ability against terrorists 

Giving a unique tactical surprise advantage to Security Forces

 

         Passes in history the static, ‘check point’ tactic 

       Don't expect murderer hidden behind a mound

Don’t wait the killer comes to you. 

GO TO HIM NOW  !!! 

 ARREST the killers INSIDE THEIR NEST  before

been able to use their murderous cargo.

Now there is no place in earth to hide form DRAMS

As Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) deliver a disproportional effect and high collateral damage, have become the signature weapon of international terrorism. For reduce major threat to political stability worldwide we develop KYKLOTRON E3 series that offers remotely finding and localization of any known explosive from minimum range to long distance. Explosive detection based on the Magnetic tuned phenomenon, a tech that detects all common nitrogen based explosives (including ammunition),  potassium chlorine-based explosives and liquid explosives. Designed to do a quick and efficient survey of any material structures in distances from 0 to > 20000 meters, setting aside every similar substance. By the use of DRAMS, a Kyklotron's Ltd registered patent * GR20070100067/2008-09-19 method, targets located and represented on a Geographical Information System environment. DRAMS is a fully C4ISR system, giving to chief of operations the ability to remotely control and monitoring operations in real time and could PROTECT an area (city – railway station – port – airport – bus station – building – camp etc) in minimum time from commercial or non-commercial (hand-made) explosives, IDE’s, Boodytraps, improvised incendiaries, mines, any Trap that embedded explosives, any military ammunition in ground, on a range over 20000 meters, or even underground and deep into the water or sea.

 

what is DRAMS ?    

DRAMS is an operational (strategic or tactical) system  (using two or more users mobile, immobile or combination, shown as yellow and blue humans on the next picture) detecting and electronically recording on a computer the precise specific localisation of distinguishable explosives from long distance (over 20.000 metres). The exact point (shown as a blue circle on the next picture) of located explosives  on the ground or surface of sea, in real time recorded in a digital geographic background (GIS) data base, on KYKLOTRON E3 screen (shown as the cross of the two green lines on the next picture).

DRAMS makes the invisible follow-up and by distance digital recording of various terrorism teams and enemies moves possible !

The use of DRAMS can solve most nowadays serious problems as that of automatic recording of minefields, suspect spaces of scatter extemporary explosive systems, not note down minefields and many others. Also can detect and automatic record (geographical coordinates taking automatically from a GPS) sea mines, radiological-chemical-nuclear-biological explosive structures, dangerous substances, narcotics from long distances, even living humans under ground, up to 25 meters into the ground.  Users of DRAMS do not enter in a minefield to note down the exactly position of land mines,  working regionally in the perimeter, digital recording mines with safety to a limit of 20.000 metres of the frond end of minefield 

One , two, three or more KYKLOTRON E3 systems (1, 2, 3 or more users mobile – immobile (on foot) or combination mobile and immobile users) scanning a territory searching for distinguishable explosives from long distance (over 20.000 meters). As an example see next pictures. x1, x2, x3  are 3 users scanning using KYKLOTRON E3. system the area to be protected (included in the 4 red lines).  x1, x2, x3  users scanning continuously inside the protected area (included in red lines).

The direction each user (X1, x2, x3 ) pointing by the antenna of KYKLOTRON E3. system writing  as a color line on a territory digital map in DRAMS system.  

 x1, x2, x3  users can not see other users antenna direction ( this means that antenna attracted from one target, explosives as an example) , but a super user – C4ISR controller -  can see every antenna direction and KYKLOTRON E3 users on his computer screen, on a digital map.  

 

This because a,b,c,d users KYKLOTRON E3  systems are connected in a 3G VPN  (or other connective tech) communication network.  Every user knows what himself and the other users searching.  In every user computer screen appeared the point that he stands and the line that his system antenna points.   

Next  video  refers to DRAMS method  See Video (avi):drams2.avi  in order to detect explosives or to 'clean' an area from explosives or to protect an area from explosives using two (2) or more KYKLOTRON E3 sensors systems in the same time.  Represents the DRAMS CONTROLLER computer screen . This is what a DRAMS controller watch, when ' ΧΕΙΡ.Α' is the first KYKLOTRON E3 user ,  'ΣΤΟΧΟΣ' is the the target (explosives) and ' ΧΕΙΡ.Β'  is the second KYKLOTRON E3 user.

A more realistic controller's computer screen is at this video. See Video (avi):controller.avi  .   Three users ,RED, BLUE and GREEN are searching for targets (explosives).  DRAMS EWS Controller watches on his computer screen the position ( RED, BLUE and GREEN rectangular )   of the 3 users and the direction of the KYKLOTRON E3 antennas ( RED, BLUE and GREEN triangular ) moving as they search on horizontal level (digital map).    If there is a point that 2 or more triangular lines  crossed, there would be a target (explosives) defined.

 The exact point of located explosive on the ground or surface of sea in real time recorded in a digital Geographical Information System  (GIS) data base.  

A typical DRAMS module (user ->controller ->coordinator & headquarters)

The same icon transmitted by a common 3G (or any other communication system private or military or common) network to any other computer installed in a command and control center, or at any other computer existing in a vehicle, or a mobile command and control center. 

This real time, tactical picture, can easily represent on a big screen of a  command and control center , making KYKLOTRON E3. system a full C4ISR system.

In figure above. DRAMS system using 3 KYKLOTRON E sensors (k1,- 2,-3) for 360 degrees protection area. At the center of figure, a vision of  the DRAMS

controller computer screen.  Controller is shown and the three lines – antennas of K1-K2-K3 sensors users (black lines) on screen. Controller coordinates

and controls the 3 users of the system.    

The exact point of located explosive on the ground or surface of sea in real time recorded in a digital Geographical Information System  (GIS) data base.

 At the same icon transmitted by a common 3G (or any other communication system private or military or common) network to any other computer installed in a command and control center, or at any other computer existing in a car or a mobile command and control center.

            In figure above. DRAMS command & control using computers and communication, a C4ISR based model

 This real time, tactical picture, can easily represent on a big screen of a  command and control center , making KYKLOTRON E3  system a full  C4ISR system.

When using the KYKLOTRON E3 system to detect explosives it is not clear if a small quantity of explosive is detected near by or if a bigger quantity is detected further away. In order to detect that, different measurements have to be taken from different angles of detection. The points where at least 2 lines are crossing is where explosive is located.

The points where the measurements (Angles of Detection) will be taken, must be carefully chosen. Every Angle of Detection must be further examined from different locations, and from different angles of detection, in order to have at least 2 lines crossing. This way the location of the explosive is specified. 

           

All these are better visualized, organized and planed with KYKLOTRON ltd’s DRAMS software environment while using the KYKLOTRON E3 system. The KYKLOTRON E3 system sends the Position of where the measurements are taken as well as the Angles of Detection to the DRAMS software.

The DRAMS software plots on a map environment the Position of where the measurements are taken and the angles of Detection from that point. After taking measurements from different Positions, the locations where 2 or more lines are crossing are seen on the Map.  

At next picture 3 KYKLOTRON E3 sensor system users (a, b, and c) are detecting for explosives in a 360 degree section.  Their position (a, b, c) is projecting on a DRAMS controller screen server.  The KYKLOTRON E3  sensor system users (a, b, and c) antennas direction is also projecting on screen  (blue for user 'a' , green for user 'b' an red for user 'c').

 

At picture below users 'a' and users 'b'  KYKLOTRON E3 sensor systems antennas directions are crossed at point '5'.  This is a possible target point.

At net picture users 'a' and users 'b'  KYKLOTRON E3 sensor systems antennas directions are crossed again at the point '6'.  This is a second possible target point.

At net picture below users 'a' and users 'c'  KYKLOTRON E3 sensor systems antennas directions are crossed at point '7'.  This is another (3rd)  possible target point.

At picture below users 'a' ,'b' and 'c'  KYKLOTRON E3 sensor systems antennas directions are not crossed.  There is no target.

At picture above users 'b' and users 'c'  KYKLOTRON E3 sensor systems antennas directions are crossed at a point.  This is a possible target point.

At next picture a  KYKLOTRON E3 sensor system user (at the right)  is detecting for targets while a DRAMS controller (at left) is watching at  a DRAMS controller screen server.   This is the simplest DRAMS EWS  module (1 user - 1 controller).

Find targets by a single user

Using two mobile users to find the target

 

Using two immobile users to find the target

 

Using two  users (one mobile and one immobile) to find the target

 

 A KYKLOTRON E3 C4ISR FULL MODULE shown in next figure.

When using the KYKLOTRON E3 system to detect explosives it is not clear if a small quantity of explosive is detected near by or if a bigger quantity is detected further away. In order to detect that, different measurements have to be taken from different angles of detection. The points where at least 2 lines are crossing is where explosive is located.

 

The points where the measurements (Angles of Detection) will be taken, must be carefully chosen. Every Angle of Detection must be further examined from different locations, and from different angles of detection, in order to have at least 2 lines crossing. This way the location of the explosive is specified.  

All these are better visualized, organized and planed with DRAMS software, an environment while using the KYKLOTRON E3 system. The KYKLOTRON E3 system sends the Position of where the measurements are taken as well as the Angles of Detection to the DRAMS Software. The DRAMS software plots on a map environment the Position of where the measurements are taken and the angles of Detection from that point. After taking measurements from different Positions, the locations where 2 or more lines are crossing are seen on the Map.

Every KYKLOTRON E3 system (S or L TYPE) is interfaced with a computer, using embedded GPS (Global Positioning System) and embedded sensors (Magnetometer and magnetic Compass).  There is also a Computer server (laptop or tower, or desktop) for the C4ISR super user that controls the KYKLOTRON E3 users available. KYKLOTRON E3 systems communicates with the C4ISR super user’s Computer (server).   When the KYKLOTRON E3 system detects explosive, then the Angle of Detection is sent from the compass of the System to the Computer through the communications channel. The communications channel can be selected to wireless GSM Connection (CELLULAR NETWORK GSM 850/900/1800/1900 (FREQUENCY/BAND) UMTS 850/1900/2100, Band I, II & V). Also available CONNECTIVITY Wi-Fi (802.11b/g), Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, 3G and assisted GPS.  The computer (PAD) which is located on the system, and has the GPS connected to it, plots the line from the current Position (given by the GPS) towards the angle of Detection sent by the compass of the system.

DRAMS    Modules   Operation   in   action

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Increasing  the  PROTECTION  safety   levels

 

 

 

 

DRAMS modules implementation

MODULAR     DRAMS   CORPORATION

 

DRAMS    Incorporation   among   headquarters 

 

 

 

 

 

    In figure above.  DRAMS planning zones estimation for multiple level protection ( 3 protection levels )   

 

                     

    In figure above.  DRAMS Controllers estimation planning ( 3 controller  levels )   

 

                        

 In figure above.  Defined the meaning of ‘protection’ areas in DRAMS method   

 

 

 In figure above.  DRAMS simple plane for  huge  ( every yellow circle is a 20 km radius) area protection.  Using 6 perimeter  positions

  (KYKLOTRON E3 L sensors) and a central controller station, to control them.   The red circle (the huge protected area) has a  60 km diameter.

 

 Measurements with the KYKLOTRON E3 sensor have to be taken from two points for locating the explosives. From the first point, measurement gives the direction (line) where explosives are located. From the second point, measurement (line) gives the location that explosives are located. The location is where the second measurement line, crosses the first measurement line.  From a third point, measurement (line) confirms the location of the explosives.

The lines of direction from the three (or more) measurement points must be projected on a Map environment (GIS system depending on coordinates and no on map pixels) for better understanding of what is detected. Known location areas of Military bases, or places that explosives installed already shown on the Map can be excluded from the search.  

 

How DRAMS works ? An example is shown here, using land mines as a material to detect.

 

 

Using DRAMS method, a typical plan includes 2 Kyklotron E3 systems (K1 - K2) , controlled by a (computer) controller server (K3). 4 Land mines (1,2,3,4) are buried in depth in the sand (above  figure). The two Kyklotron E3 users detecting at the same time from different positions. When target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (black color for the first effort) direction mapped onto the DRAMS control server. The exact point of land mine 1 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the mine are known. (below  picture) .  

 

 The two Kyklotron E3 users detecting a new target now. When the new target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (red color for the second effort) direction mapped onto the DRAMS controler server.  The exact point of land mine 2 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the 2nd mine are known. (below  figure).   

The two Kyklotron E3 systems users detecting for a new target. When a new target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (blue color for the third effort) direction mapped onto the DRAMS computer server.  The exact point of land mine 3 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the 3rd mine are known (below  picture).

 

The two Kyklotron E3 users detecting for a new target. When a new target detected users pressing a virtual button and the crossing lines (green color for the forth effort)

 direction mapped onto the DRAMS controler server.  

  

 

 

The exact point of land mine 4 is recorded at DRAMS digital database. Precisely  longitude and latitude of the 4th mine are known.

 

                Using this simply method all land mines are recorded in accuracy and the demining phase is only a matter of time.

 

 

 

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