Cooperation control of three UAV’s for Aerial Rescue and Aerial Retrieval

2009-12-14
In this paper two new conceptual robotic system designs, called 'aerial-retrieval' and 'aerial-rescue' are presented and demonstrated by simulation results. The Unmanned air vehicles (UAV) used in this design are thrust vector controlled robotic systems. The 'aerial-retrieval' concept aims at entrapping and retrieving a (lost) floating object in the air. The second concept, 'aerial-rescue' aims at rescuing a free falling object (e.g. a person) in the air using a stretched net attached to the UAV's. Position and angular control are applied in both systems. ©2009 IEEE.
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A. M. Erkmen, İ. Yavrucuk, and Z. Cakir, “Cooperation control of three UAV’s for Aerial Rescue and Aerial Retrieval,” Accra; Ghana, 2009, p. 198, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/85741.