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Real-Time Shooting Area Analysis Algorithm of UAV Considering Three-Dimensional Topography
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Real-Time Shooting Area Analysis Algorithm of UAV Considering Three-Dimensional Topography
Park, Woo-Min; Choi, Jeong-Hun; Choi, Seong-Geun; Hwang, Nam-Du; Kim, Hwan-Chul;
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In this paper, based on the information about navigation system of UAV with PTZ camera and 3D topography, algorithm able to show us in real-time UAV's geographical shooting location and automatically calculate superficial measure of the shooting area is proposed. And the method that can automatically estimate whether UAV is allowed to shoot a specific area is shown. In case of an UAV's shooting attempt at the specific area, obtainability of valid image depends on not only UAV's location but also information of 3D topography. As a result of the study, Ground Control Center will have real-time information about whether UAV can shoot the needed topography. Therefore, accurate remote flight control will be possible in real-time. Furthermore, the algorithm and the method of estimating shooting probability can be applied to pre-flight simulation and set of flight route.
UAV(Unmanned Aerial Vehicle);INS(Inertial Navigation System);GPS;PTZ Camera;Shooting Area Analysis Algorithm;
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