Tactical Drone for Point-to-Point data delivery using Laser-Visible Light Communication (L-VLC)

  title={Tactical Drone for Point-to-Point data delivery using Laser-Visible Light Communication (L-VLC)},
  author={Sachin Motwani},
  journal={2020 3rd International Conference on Advanced Communication Technologies and Networking (CommNet)},
  • Sachin Motwani
  • Published 1 September 2020
  • Computer Science
  • 2020 3rd International Conference on Advanced Communication Technologies and Networking (CommNet)
Delivery of sensitive data between military bases near critical zones is a crucial task. Currently, it is done either through wireless modes such as the internet or radio-frequency; or in-person. But these have problems such as data-breach, unaddressed-access and delay. In order to address this, the paper proposes the use of tactical drones and Laser-based Visible Light Communication (L-VLC). The idea is to control the drone from data source, upload it with encrypted confidential data, fly it… Expand

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