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Structure Design of Surveillance Location-Based UAV Motor Primitives
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Structure Design of Surveillance Location-Based UAV Motor Primitives
Kwak, Jeonghoon; Sung, Yunsick;
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Recently, the surveillance system research has focused because Unmanned Aerial Vehicle(UAV) has the ability to monitor wide area. When the wide area are monitored, controlling UAVs repeatedly by pilots invokes the cost problem to operate UAVs. If monitoring path can be defined in advance, the cost problem can be solved by controlling UAVs autonomously based on the monitoring path. The traditional approach generates multiple motor primitives based on flied GPS locations. However, the monitoring points by UAVs are not considered by the generated motor primitives, the surveillance by UAVs is not performed properly. This paper proposes a motor primitive structure for surveillance UAVs to be flied autonomously. Motor primitives are generated automatically by setting surveillance points to denote surveillance targets accurately.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle;Ground Control System;Motor Primitive;Global Positioning System;Demonstration-Based Learning;
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