UAV flight testing, unmanned aircraft
This paper describes the MAGICC Lab unmanned air vehicle (UAV) testbed at Brigham Young University. Motivation for pursuing experimental research with UAVs is given as well as a historical perspective of the UAV testbed development. Lessons learned through the development and use of the testbed over the past several years are summarized.
Original Publication Citation
McLain, T. and Beard, R. Unmanned Air Vehicle Testbed for Cooperative Control Experiments, Proceedings of the American Control Conference, pp. 5327-5331, July 2004, Boston, Massachusetts.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
McLain, Timothy W. and Beard, Randal W., "Unmanned Air Vehicle Testbed for Cooperative Control Experiments" (2004). Faculty Publications. 1533.
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
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