unmanned aircraft, UAV, research
This paper summarizes research efforts at Brigham Young University related to the control of miniature aerial vehicles (MAVs). Recent results in the areas of vector field path following, precision landing and target prosecution, target localization, obstacle detection and avoidance, tailsitter aircraft control, and cooperative control are presented.
Original Publication Citation
McLain, T., Beard, R., Barber, B., and Knoebel, N. An Overview of MAV Research at Brigham Young University, Proceedings of the NATO Research and Technology Organisation Symposium on Platform Innovations and System Integration for Air, Land, and Sea Vehicles, AVT-146, paper no. 27, May 2007, Florence, Italy.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
McLain, Timothy W.; Beard, Randal W.; Barber, D. Blake; and Knoebel, Nathan B., "An Overview of MAV Research at Brigham Young University" (2007). All Faculty Publications. 1519.
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
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