Special Issue "Multi-Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (Multi-UAV) for Autonomous Transportation"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 February 2023 | Viewed by 9088
Interests: robotic vision; path planning of UAVs; pattern recognition; machine learning; face recognition; wavelets
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Special Issue in Sensors: Swarm Perception and Control of UAVs
Special Issue in Sensors: Intelligent Sensing System and Robotics
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are of particular interest today due to their varied, established and emerging applications, including in systems with multiple UAVs. However, as the application of several UAVs is a relatively new topic, there are several challenges that still need to be tackled, such as modeling, algorithms, coordination, planning, regulations, and simulations.
The objective of this Special Issue is to publish high-quality papers that address the challenging domain of multiple UAVs for autonomous transportation. We solicit original, full-length, unpublished contributions in this domain. Potential topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- UAV configuration and grouping;
- Spatial–temporal association;
- Task separation;
- Mission control;
- Flight control;
- Human–UAV interaction;
- Autonomous planning;
- Computer vision;
- Edge AI.
Prof. Dr. Baochang Zhang
Dr. Ying Huang
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