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Títol: Design of the training framework of FPV systems as a business product

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Departament: MAT

Títol: Design of the training framework of FPV systems as a business product

Data inici oferta: 14-03-2023     Data finalització oferta: 14-11-2023

Estudis d'assignació del projecte:
Tipus: Individual
Lloc de realització: Fora UPC    
        Supervisor/a extern: Vicenç Guillen
        Institució/Empresa: Mars Intelligence S.L.
        Titulació del Director/a: Mosso d¿esquadra
Paraules clau:
Drone, UAS, FPV, goggles, remote control, training course, simulator, flying modes, flight control.
Descripció del contingut i pla d'activitats:
Overview (resum en anglès):
In recent years, first person view (FPV) drones have experienced a significant increase in popularity, with new specific applications and use cases emerging. These UAS have become essential tools for activities such as aerial photography and videography, drone racing, search and rescue operations, and even industrial inspections.

However, in the case of specialized drone applications, there is no officially recognized training program. This means that there is no established framework for training pilots interested in these applications unless they have independently acquired the necessary flight skills. In addition, as one might imagine, acquiring these skills to operate FPV drones in different flight modes and configuring them is not a simple task, especially at the beginning.

For this reason, this project includes the design of a training framework for FPV systems, providing a robust foundation for professional training in these applications. Throughout this work, key decisions have been made regarding the training course design, including the preparation of theoretical content and the selection of the optimal simulator and drone model to achieve the course's objectives. As for the practical aspect, the choice has been made to initially use specialized simulation software before moving on to real-world practice in indoor and outdoor circuits. In this context, circuit and practical exercise designs have been created in various scenarios, along with the development of necessary training materials to facilitate the acquisition of required skills and techniques.

Finally, these decisions establish an essential organizational and methodological starting point for any company looking to implement a cost-effective training course on FPV systems as part of its operations. Therefore, an economic analysis is provided to ensure its viability as a business product, conducted in two scenarios: externally as an independent activity or internally as part of existing operations.

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