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Title: A Design for UAV Irregular Surface Landing Capability
Authors: Huang, Tsung Hsuan
Elibol, Armagan
Chong, Nak Young
Issue Date: 2020-06
Publisher: Korea Robotics Society
Magazine name: Proceedings of the 2020 17th International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots (UR)
Abstract: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) have been taking an important place in our daily lives. They have been used for several different usage purposes, e.g., mapping, surveillance, inspection, and many others. One of the widely-used areas of UAVs is visual inspection since they can gather information from areas beyond human-reach or from environments hostile to humans. Their usage for the inspection purpose is mostly limited to non-contact type sensors such as optical cameras and/or laser sensors. Lately, wall-climbing UAVs have been proposed to gather data using contact-type sensors. However, the major drawback is that they can solely be used for planar surfaces. In this paper, preliminary design studies of a compact robotic mechanism to allow UAVs to land on any shape of surfaces is presented. This mechanism is intended to be light-weight, modular, expandable, self-balanced, attachable to most of the existing UAVs.
Rights: Tsung Hsuan Huang, Armagan Elibol, Nak Young Chong, A Design for UAV Irregular Surface Landing Capability, Proceedings of the 2020 17th International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots (UR), Kyoto, Japan, June 22-26, Work-In-Progress Paper, 2020. This material is posted here with permission of Korea Robotics Society (KROS).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/16712
Material Type: author
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