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Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Path Following: A Survey and Analysis of Algorithms for Fixed-Wing Unmanned Aerial Vehicless
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are mainly used by military and government organizations, but with low-cost sensors, electronics, and airframes there is significant interest in using low-cost UAVsExpand
Visually guided landing of an unmanned aerial vehicle
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We present the design and implementation of a real-time, vision-based landing algorithm for an autonomous helicopter. Expand
Computer vision based general object following for GPS-denied multirotor unmanned vehicles
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The motivation of this research is to show that visual based object tracking and following is reliable using a cheap GPS-denied multirotor platform such as the AR Drone 2.0. Expand
Rapid mapping of ultrafine fault zone topography with structure from motion
Structure from Motion (SfM) generates high-resolution topography and coregistered texture (color) from an unstructured set of overlapping photographs taken from varying viewpoints, overcoming many ofExpand
Autonomous deployment and repair of a sensor network using an unmanned aerial vehicle
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We describe a sensor network deployment method using autonomous flying robots and provide experimental data we collected from field trials. Expand
Vision-based autonomous landing of an unmanned aerial vehicle
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We present the design and implementation of a real-time, vision-based landing algorithm for an autonomous helicopter in an unstructured 3D environment. Expand
Flying Fast and Low Among Obstacles
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Safe autonomous flight is essential for widespread acceptance of aircraft that must fly close to the ground. Expand
Landing on a Moving Target Using an Autonomous Helicopter
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We present a vision-based algorithm designed to enable an autonomous helicopter to land on a moving target while the target is in motion. Expand
A tale of two helicopters
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This paper discusses similarities and differences in autonomous helicopters developed at USC and CSIRO. Expand
An evaluation of UAV path following algorithms
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We compare five path following algorithms that are easy to implement, take less implementation time and are robust to disturbances. Expand
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