Multi-rotor Platform Based UAV Systems
Auteurs : Cazaurang Franck, Cohen Kelly, Kumar Manish
Multi-rotor Platform Based UAV Systems is aimed at providing an excellent opportunity for experiential learning, capability augmentation and confidence building for senior level undergraduates, entry-level graduates as well as engineers working in government agencies and industry involved in UAV R&D. Topics in this book include: introduction to VTOL multi-copter UAV platforms
1. Introduction to UAVs and VTOL Multi-Copter UAV Platforms 2. Integration in the National airspace (Europe and USA) - UAV Classification and Associated Missions, Regulation and Safety, Certification and Air Traffic Management 3. UAV Classification and Mission Planning 4. UAV System Architecture 5. Flight Safety Assessment and Approaches 6. Energy power and thrust management including electrical power, Battery cells, propellers, and electrical motors 7. Diagnostics and fault tolerant path planning 8. Dynamics Modeling, Flight Controller Optimization and Testing of Multi-Rotor UAVs 9. Autonomous Navigation and Target Geolocation in GPS Denied Environment 10. Real-time Video and FLIR Image Processing for Enhanced Situational Awareness 11. Design, Fabrication, Assembly, and Flight Test of Multi-rotor UAVs using a 3D printer 12. Genetic Fuzzy Single and Collaborative Tasking for UAV Operations 13. UAV Navigation in National Air Space
Engineers and managers working in industries/agencies interested in applying UAVs to their operations.
Since 2003, he is the director of the Master of Engineering program dedicated to engineering and maintenance of Aeronautical and transport systems. This university curriculum is proposed for a five-year study period, which includes an undergraduate and graduate degree program. Each year, around 350 students are enrolled in this university educational program. In 2011, he set up a new e-learning continuing education program dedicated to customer support in aeronautical engineering and maintenance. His teaching activity is focused on automatic flight control for aircraft and UAV and the associated maintenance. These courses are offered to graduate students.
Dr. Kelly Cohen is a tenured Professor of Aerospace Engineering in the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Cincinnati and Director of MOST-AERO Labs (Morphing and Optimization Systems Technology for Aerospace Laboratory). Teaching areas include fundamental control, modeling and simulation, fuzzy logic, systems engineering, optimal control and analytical dy
Date de parution : 12-2019
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