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|Title:||TRAJECTORY GENERATION BASED GUIDANCE AND CONTROL OF ROTORCRAFT UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES||Authors:||LAI SHUPENG||Keywords:||Guidance, Control, Obstacle avoidance, Path planning, Rotorcraft, Unmanned aerial vehicle||Issue Date:||16-Aug-2016||Citation:||LAI SHUPENG (2016-08-16). TRAJECTORY GENERATION BASED GUIDANCE AND CONTROL OF ROTORCRAFT UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||This thesis studies the guidance and control problem of rotorcraft unmanned aerial vehicles in general environments targeting complex missions such as multi-vehicle stage performance and obstacle-strewn navigation. Modern unmanned aerial vehicles are required to perform precise maneuvers utilizing their dynamic capabilities to achieve task elements which are inaccessible by other means. Pre-planned and high-quality flying trajectories are adopted to satisfy people's subjective opinions in applications like the multi-drone light show and camera path design. On the other hand, in a dynamic world, sensor-guided and sensor-guarded actions are necessary, as there is no perfectly predefined path suitable for the whole mission, and motions need to be solved instantly to deal with unforeseen changes.||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/134463|
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