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Flying robot

  1. 1. Report on
  2. 2. Project members Aditi Dalvi Ashlesha Chavan Omkar Bodas Yashodeep Faye BE-EXTC(A) Lokmanya Tilak College of Engineering,Navi Mumbai
  3. 3. Abstract The goal of this FSR(Flying Surveillance Robot) project is to create a small, robust and highly manoeuvrable autonomous flying robot that can be used both indoors and outdoors under any weather conditions. The main idea behind the FSB is to monitor a certain area as the word ‘surveillance’ suggests. A () camera is installed on the robot to perform aerial surveillance and inspection operation. Due to the naturally unstable behavior of the flying robot, PID control system is implemented with the aid of accelerometer, compass sensor and gyro sensors to stabilize the flying robot and make it easier to be controlled by the operator. The fusion between the accelerometer, compass sensor and also the gyro sensors is done by the complementary filter.
  4. 4. BLOCK DIAGRAM
  5. 5. BLOCK DIAGRAM
  6. 6. ADVANTAGE
  7. 7.  Applications In Hazardous Environments Like Nuclear Power Plants  Defence  Security & Surveillance  Inspection and Surveillance Tasks in Nuclear Power Plants and Waste Storage Facilities  Spy work & Anti terrorism application for police and military  Visual photography  Space Exploration  Remote Sensing Applications  Disaster Rescue  Mapping Applications  Applications in the Domain of Disaster Monitoring, namely Forest Fires APPLICATIONS
  8. 8. ADVANTAGE
  9. 9. DISADVANTAGES UNSTABLE DURING BAD WEATHERS DATA SECURITY IS LOW NO DEFENCE MECHANISM WHEN USED FOR MILITARY

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