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Autopilot to Maintain Movement of a Drone in a Vertical Plane at a Constant Height in the Presence of Vision-Based Navigation

@article{Avasker2019AutopilotTM,
  title={Autopilot to Maintain Movement of a Drone in a Vertical Plane at a Constant Height in the Presence of Vision-Based Navigation},
  author={Shiran Avasker and A. Domoshnitsky and M. Kogan and Oleg Kupervaser and Hennadii Kutomanov and Yonatan Rofsov and I. Volinsky and R. Yavich},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2019}
}
  • Shiran Avasker, A. Domoshnitsky, +5 authors R. Yavich
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • viXra
  • The main finding this paper is nontrivial and implicit possibility to use well developed mathematical theory of differential equations with delays for solving actual engineering problem of a drone autonomous flight. In this paper we describe correct operation of autopilot for supply correct drone flight. There exists noticeable delay in getting information about position and orientation of a drone to autopilot in the presence of vision-based navigation. In spite of this fact, we demonstrateโ€ฆย CONTINUE READING
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