visual servoing, precision landing, multirotor, autonomous, control, image-based visual servoing, robotic vision, infrared
The problem of performing a precision landing of an autonomous multirotor UAV in various lighting conditions is studied. A vision-based approach is proposed and consists of varying degree-of-freedom image-based visual servoing (VDOF-IBVS), and a specialized landing marker. The proposed approach is validated through extensive flight testing outdoors in both lighted and dark conditions, and is done using a standard off-the-shelf autopilot system.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Wynn, Jesse and McLain, Tim, "Visual Servoing for Multirotor Precision Landing in Varying Light Conditions" (2018). All Faculty Publications. 2178.
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
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