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Guidance Law for Vision-Based Automatic Landing of UAV
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 Title & Authors
Guidance Law for Vision-Based Automatic Landing of UAV
Min, Byoung-Mun; Tahk, Min-Jea; Shim, Hyun-Chul David; Bang, Hyo-Choong;
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 Abstract
영어 초록 In this paper, a guidance law for vision-based automatic landing of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is proposed. Automatic landing is a challenging but crucial capability for UAVs to achieve a fully autonomous flight. In an autonomous landing maneuver of UAVs, the decision of where to landing and the generation of guidance command to achieve a successful landing are very significant problem. This paper is focused on the design of guidance law applicable to automatic landing problem of fixed-wing UAV and rotary-wing UAV, simultaneously. The proposed guidance law generates acceleration command as a control input which derived from a specified time-to-go (tgo) polynomial function. The coefficient of tgo-polynomial function are determined to satisfy some terminal constraints. Nonlinear simulation results using a fixed-wing and rotary-wing UAV models are presented.
 Keywords
Guidance law;Vision-based;Automatic landing;Fixed-wing;Rotary-wing;t - polynomial;Terminal constraints;Nonlinear simulation;
 Language
English
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