Ground Control Station (GCS)

/Ground Control Station (GCS)

Ground Control Station (GCS)

  1. A system of software and hardware receiving telemetry data from an unmanned aircraft to monitor its status, and transmit in-flight commands.
  2. Software running on a computer on the ground that receives telemetry information from an airborne UAV and displays its progress and status, often including video and other sensor data. Can also be used to transmit in-flight commands to the UAV.
By |2015-06-11T06:53:32-07:00June 11th, 2015|Comments Off on Ground Control Station (GCS)

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