Biomimetic-Based Output Feedback for Attitude Stabilization of a Flapping-wing Micro Aerial Vehicle

Abstract : The paper deals with the development of a bounded control law for apping micro aerial vehicles (FMAVs) that mimics the strategy adopted by insects to stabilize their orientation. The control law allows a wings' angles modulation by means of a body control torque. It is computed using the direct measurements of on-board sensors with functions analog to the halteres, legs sensilla and magnetic sense of insects. The stability of the control law is proved based on Lyapunov analysis and averaging theory. It is shown in simulations on a diptera model. The robustness with respect to external disturbances is also shown emphasizing the importance of the bounded control.
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Hala Rifai, Fermi Guerrero-Castellanos, Nicolas Marchand, Guylaine Poulin. Biomimetic-Based Output Feedback for Attitude Stabilization of a Flapping-wing Micro Aerial Vehicle. Robotica, Cambridge University Press, 2013, 31 (6), pp.955-968. ⟨10.1017/S0263574713000209⟩. ⟨hal-00728410⟩

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