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Design, Simulation and New Applications of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Volume II

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May 2024
524 pages
  • ISBN978-3-7258-0979-0 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-7258-0980-6 (PDF)
https://doi.org/10.3390/books978-3-7258-0980-6 (registering)

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Summary

The aim of this reprint is to present the current state of knowledge in the broad unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) discipline. With the rapid development of new applications and simulation methods, UAVs can now operate in a wide range of environmental conditions, thus extending the range of human activities due to their flexibility, autonomous control, size, low cost, and high adaptability. For this reason, the widely carried out multidisciplinary UAV research is of great importance in many fields. The intention of this collection was to bring together the work of leading researchers in the field of UAVs with an interest in their control, design, navigation, and autonomy. The papers included in this reprint present the key challenges of UAVs. The authors propose new solutions, approaches, and methodologies to address today's UAV challenges.

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© 2024 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
UAV; UAV navigation; UAV autonomous control; control systems; power systems; flight simulation; data transmission; VTOL; multirotors; UAV sensors; UAV design; dynamics of UAVs; machine learning for UAV autonomous control; UAV control and simulation; new application for UAVs; MEMS design for UAVs; embedded systems design for UAVs; UAS electronics design; algorithms and software for UAV/UAS; efficiency of UAV platform; CFD analysis of UAV;