THE ALERT devices…

THROUGH vibrations

The connected wristband vibrates when a collision course with an obstacle is detected. The wristband is connected in Bluetooth with the pilot’s smartphone or tablet, where the navigation and collision alerting functions are performed by the R Systems application.


The connected LEDAR helps the pilot localizing the position of the danger: A set of LEDs, spanning 360°, assists the pilot by showing the direction and the relative height of the obstacle. It works concurrently with the connected wristband.


Innovative and patented solution
R Systems anticipates a collision path using an proprietary obstacles database, using a patented technology of dedicated connected objects

Detection in the 3 dimensions
Going beyond a traditional moving map, R Systems calculates the collision route according to the latitude, longitude and altitude of the obstacles.

Zero installation
Turn key solution: Download the App, connect the objects: Ready to fly !

The obstacles database takes into account cables like power lines, catex.. but also mats, wind turbines.

Non intrusive
the objects are independent from the avionics and do not require any installation nor retrofitting in the cockpit

Background mode
The R Systems App keeps sending you alerts even if you are using your other Apps in the foreground.

THE mobile application

Système d’alerte innovant
L’app anticipe les collisions et envoie des alertes.

Détection dans les 3 dimensions
R Systems tient compte des latitude et longitude mais aussi de l’altitude de la ligne.


Aucune installation
Système clé en main: Téléchargez l’app, connectez votre tablette aux objets : Prêt à décoller !

Les obstacles pris en compte sont variés: Lignes électriques, CATEX, éoliennes, etc…

Différents profils de vol sont paramétrés par le pilote pour définir ses zones de sécurité.

Mode tâche de fond
L’app R Systems continue de gérer les alertes en tâche de fond pendant que vous utilisez d’autres apps.


The technology goes beyond existing moving map products: The proprietary R Systems obstacles database is the first of its kind to have computerized  obstacles altitudes. Therefore,  the aircraft course analysis (cap, speed, position X Y Z) can predict with accuracy if it is heading towards a collision.

For instance, if a power line height was at 100ft above the ground, and an helicopter was flying at 5000ft above it, the system would not trigger an alert.

On the other hand, with  the same helicopter flying at 75ft above the ground in direction of the same power line, R System would warn the pilot.

Pilots can parameter several safety profiles in the mobile application.

A safety profile is a virtual volume defined in the 3 dimensions X Y and Z.  When an obstacle from the database intersects such safety profile, the system switches into alert mode.

The picture below illustrates a safety profile around an helicopter, with the section of a power line inside of it (the segment in red).

Thanks to its proprietary technology and database, R Systems can determine with accuracy that this power line represents a danger: Had it been above the safety profile, no alerting would have occur.