Document Type

Peer-Reviewed Article

Publication Date

2021

Abstract

The use of autonomous landing of aerial vehicles is increasing in demand. Applications of this ability can range from simple drone delivery to unmanned military missions. To be able to land at a spot identified by local information, such as a visual marker, creates an efficient and versatile solution. This allows for a more user/consumer friendly device overall. To achieve this goal the use of computer vision and an array of ranging sensors will be explored. In our approach we utilized an April Tag as our location identifier and point of reference. MATLAB/Simulink interface was used to develop the platform environment.

Comments

This research was a collaboration between SHU Engineering and Quanser on a drone system. First international conference paper by undergraduate students Bitencourt and Brown.

This project was also presented at the 2021 Academic Festival, where it received Honorable mention, Dean's Prize: Welch College of Business and Technology.

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