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NSIT Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Orientation

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NSIT UAV is the official aeronautical team of Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology.
Mission
The team will represent India at the following international and national events.

The Seafarer Chapter of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) continues the Student Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Competition aimed at stimulating and fostering interest in unmanned systems, technologies and careers. The focus is on engaging students in systems engineering a total solution to a challenging mission, requiring the design, fabrication and demonstration of a system capable of completing a specific autonomous aerial operation.

National Programme on Micro Air Vehicle (NPMICAV) is a joint initiative of Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and Department of Science and Technology (DST). Objective of NPMICAV is to indigenously develop Micro Air Vehicle (MICAV) technologies at sub-system as well as system level.
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A newly born society paving its way towards creating aerial drones with various space age technologies such as autonomous flight and environment detection.

The team aims to participate in various worldwide and Indian aerospace and aeronautical programmes and competitions, toward the betterment of defense systems.
Every year, the team will design, process and release a new drone design and will try to have tie-ups with the various government agencies for the betterment and recognition of the project. This way, the team members will have a hands on experience in various fields of engineering namely Mechanical,Aeronautics, Electronics, Communication,& Graphics Analysis.

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  • 1. ORIENTATION
  • 2.  Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)- NSIT is a newly born society that aims to create aerial drones with various space age technologies such as autonomous flight and environment detection.  The team aims to participate in various worldwide and Indian aerospace and aeronautical programmes and competitions, toward the betterment of defense systems.
  • 3.  The Seafarer Chapter of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) continues the Student Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Competition aimed at stimulating and fostering interest in unmanned systems, technologies and careers. The focus is on engaging students in systems engineering a total solution to a challenging mission, requiring the design, fabrication and demonstration of a system capable of completing a specific autonomous aerial operation.
  • 4.     An earthquake has impacted a small island nation in the Caribbean. Several boatloads of pirates who have been operating in the area have landed and are attempting to take advantage of the ensuing chaos. The overwhelmed local government has put out a call for help and the US Marines have responded. Their tasking includes humanitarian relief and security. Your unmanned aerial system (UAS) is supporting their mission with intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR). In order to support them, your UAS must comply with Special Instructions (SPINS) for departure and arrival procedures, and then remain within assigned airspace. It will be tasked to search an area for items of interest, and may be tasked to conduct point reconnaissance if requested. Additionally, the UAS may be tasked to relay data from a third party Simulated Remote Information Center (SRIC). Immediate ISR tasking may be requested outside currently assigned airspace, causing the UAS operators to request deviations.
  • 5.       To serve as a regional focal point and clearinghouse for UAV and unmanned systems matters of interest. To provide functional support in matters of community interest by promoting government, contractor and academia working relationships. To develop a series of professionally enhancing events including working luncheons and dinners as well as regional symposia on topical matters of scientific, engineering and programmatic importance affecting unmanned systems. To provide a regional technical forum for communication of scientific, engineering and other information of interest to the unmanned systems community. To do such other lawful acts as may contribute to the furtherance of scientific and engineering knowledge in support of unmanned systems. To have the normal functions, operations, programs and pursuits incidental to a fully recognized and operational nonprofit center for the advancement of unmanned systems.
  • 6. MINISTERY OF DEFENSE : DEFENCE RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION (D.R.D.O.)
  • 7. Dr. M. P. SHARMA SCIENTIST ‘E’ Aerial Delivery Research and Development Establishment D.R.D.O. Agra
  • 8.  International exposure.  Cohesive team bonding and thus, you learn to work as a team.  The Team Members will have a hands on experience in various fields of engineering namely Mechanical, Aeronautics, Electronics, Commu nication & Graphics Analysis.  Closely related to curriculum.
  • 9.  How can UAVs be integrated in established commercial and military Air Traffic Control Systems? How can the Control Tower give flight instructions to the non-existent pilot in a UAV?  Can the operation of the UAV be de-skilled, since the pilot is no longer required? In fact, could the UAV take off, flight and landing be managed entirely by computer (ie. automated flight), leaving the only human intervention the servicing of the UAV?
  • 10.  Aerodynamics and Design  Materials  Aircraft Structures  Fabrication
  • 11.  The basic parts of an airplane must include:
  • 12.  An airfoil is a shape designed to produce lift.
  • 13. A wind tunnel is a tool used in aerodynamic research to study the effects of air moving past solid objects.
  • 14.  Computational fluid dynamics is a branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical methods and algorithms to solve and analyze problems that involve fluid flows.
  • 15.  The following materials might be used for the fabrication of the aiplane. BALSA WOOD FIBRE REINFORCED PLASTIC CARBON FIBRE
  • 16.  Electronics and embedded  Wireless systems  Autopilot  Sensor Management System
  • 17.  Radio frequency (wi-fi @2.4GHz) communication  Two Channel RF communication for manual control and imagery section  Adequate range and Bandwidth(atleast 500m)  Communication over Secured channels  Software interface and setup(requires programming)
  • 18.  To be completely framed by the team in software form(C or C++ or Python) w.r.t UAV Design  Predefined path navigation along with Dynamic control of the UAV using data processed by Sensor Management System
  • 19.  Data collection by all the sensors deployed on the UAV (Temperature, pressure, gyroscope, Accelerometer, GPS etc)  Communication between sensors and computer and autopilot system  Calibration and testing of sensors  Optimum and efficient sensor deployment on the UAV  Data Collection and handling requires programming knowledge
  • 20.  Custom circuit designing in accordance with sensors, Motor drivers and servo control  Microcontroller and Computer deployment in the UAV for processing the information and controlling the hardware  Use of embedded coding for efficient and fast signal processing
  • 21. •Graphical multidomain simulation •Dynamic systems
  • 22.  Engineering real time actionable intelligence (alphanumeric colour, orientation, and location) and SRIC Information Acquisition.  GPS Tagging and Flight test Evaluation with setting up of Ground-Air Communication.  Data link, payload simulation & mission planning.  Image capture, recognition and processing for target types supported by autonomous cueing/recognition.
  • 23. •C++, C, Python and Java interfaces •strong focus on real-time applications •advantage of multi-core processing opencv.org
  • 24. • • 11th in Design in SAE Aero Design East 2011 26th Overall in SAE Aero Design East 2011
  • 25. • 23rd Overall in SAE Aero Design East 2011. • 20th in Design in SAE Aero Design East 2011.