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Velocity control of mini-UAV using a helmet system

Abstract : The usage of a helmet to command a mini-unmanned aerial vehicle (mini-UAV), is a telepresence system that connects the operator to the vehicle. This paper proposes a system which remotely allows the connection of a pilot's head motion and the 3D movements of a mini-UAVs. Two velocity control algorithms have been tested in order to manipulate the system. Results demonstrate that these movements can be used as reference inputs of the controller of the mini-UAV.
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J. J. Téllez-Guzmán, Jose-Ernesto Gomez-Balderas, Nicolas Marchand, Pedro Castillo, J Colmenares Vazquez, et al.. Velocity control of mini-UAV using a helmet system. Workshop on Research, Education and Development of Unmanned Aerial Systems (RED-UAS 2015), Nov 2015, Cancun, Mexico. pp.329-335. ⟨hal-01235756⟩



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