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Títol: Control de múltiples drones en el Drone Engineering Ecosystem

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Departament: DAC

Títol: Control de múltiples drones en el Drone Engineering Ecosystem

Data inici oferta: 13-07-2023     Data finalització oferta: 13-03-2024

Estudis d'assignació del projecte:
Tipus: Individual
Lloc de realització: EETAC
Paraules clau:
Drone, drone swarm
Descripció del contingut i pla d'activitats:
Overview (resum en anglès):
This document details all the information regarding the development of this project, which has been a contribution to the development of the Drone Engineering Ecosystem.

The Drone Engineering Ecosystem is a collaborative project focused on the development of drone technology and in constant evolution. Its progress is based on the contribution that students make with their respective final projects. Sometimes one project can build on another and take advantage of the work already done to optimize time. To facilitate this joint progress a key piece is the documentation in the form of memory as in this case, since future contributors will be able to find in this document information that will be useful for their project.

The main objective of this project is to develop an application that allows to fly up to four drones simultaneously and in a controlled manner within the DroneLab of the university, an authorized and enabled area for the flight of drones with safety guarantees. This is the result of the university's desire to improve the experience of groups of visitors to the campus. Recently we have offered the possibility to test a drone inside this enclosure, but we see that due to lack of time not everyone gets to do it. For this reason we have thought of carrying out this project.

Thanks to the developed application it is possible to visualize in real time the position of up to four drones and take control, being able to pilot them from the application itself and also to force a 'Return to Launch' maneuver on each one of them. All this within a fictitious enclosure, called geofence, also configured from the application itself.

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