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Mr. Amit L Naikwade
Prof. M. S. Biradar.


We will introduce a development of a mini-quad rotor system for indoor application at Keokuk University. The propulsion system consists of X-UFO blade propellers and brushless direct current (DC) motors assembled on a very stiff airframe made of carbon fiber composite material. The attitude control system consists of a stability augmentation system as the inner loop control and a modern control approach as the outer loop. The closed-loop control is a PID controller, which is used for the flight test to validate our aerodynamic modeling. To perform an experimental flight test, basic electronics hardware will develop in a simple configuration. We will use an AVR microcontroller as the embedded controller, a low-cost 100 Hz AHRS for inertial sensing, infrared (IR) sensors for horizontal ranging, and an ultrasonic sensor for ground ranging. A high performance propeller system is built on an X-UFO quad rotor airframe. The developing flying robot is shown to have an automatic hovering ability with aid of a ground control system that uses monitoring and a fail-safe system.

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Mr. Amit L Naikwade, Prof.S.C.Joshi, & Prof. M. S. Biradar. (2021). WARFIELDINTELLIGENTDEFENSEFLAYING?VEHICLE. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 2(4), 1–6. Retrieved from https://repo.ijiert.org/index.php/ijiert/article/view/406