SIMULATION TECHNIQUE FOR DRONES WITH APPLIED ALGORITHM FOR MILITARY USE

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  • Nguyen Tuan Minh (Corresponding Author) Institute of Electronics, Academy of Military Science and Technology

Keywords:

PX4; UAV; Simulation; Software-in-the-Loop-simulation (SITL).

Abstract

Unlike unmanned ground vehicles (UGV), building and developing unmanned aircraft models is costly and risky, especially during testing. Therefore, this article proposes a UAV simulation model based on the Software-in-the-Loop (SITL) method for testing the quality of flight controllers, especially to reduce defects and initial costs for the system development process. As a result, the flight algorithms inherited from simulation shall be applied in a number of military applications.

References

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Published

12-04-2021

How to Cite

Minh. “SIMULATION TECHNIQUE FOR DRONES WITH APPLIED ALGORITHM FOR MILITARY USE”. Journal of Military Science and Technology, no. 72, Apr. 2021, pp. 158-61, https://online.jmst.info/index.php/jmst/article/view/44.

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