Hikari Inata

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In this paper, we propose a system for detection of the missing people employing UAV which is able to move quickly and has a wide view from the air in the disaster area. However, an airplane type UAV does not always have a stable flight due to strong wind, rolling, and pitching. In order to detect and to respond the missing people promptly using the UAV, we(More)
This paper proposes novel multiple access schemes for a swarm of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). In a super dense aerial sensor network, small UAVs communicate and transmit data from one to another, and thus leading to unavoidable packet collisions among actors. In light of that, this work introduces a novel proposal of multiple access scheme based on a(More)
This paper explores a cooperative partnership and data forwarding model in wireless sensor networks using unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) with the goal of enhancing the data collection efforts. A UAV-based data acquisition architecture is presented to suppress the limitations of the traditional wireless sensor network. For this, we introduce a flexible and(More)
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