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Bc. Adam Trizuljak
Identification number: 72951
University e-mail: xtrizuljak [at] stuba.sk
 
2647T07  Robotics and Cybernetics I-RK
FEEIT I-RK den [term 6, year 2]
Master type of study, full-time, attendance method form
2nd year of study / 6th semester of study

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Type of thesis: Bachelor thesis
Thesis title:Swarm of flying nano sensorial nodes
Written by (author): Bc. Adam Trizuljak
Department: Institute of Computer Science and Mathematics (FEEIT)
Thesis supervisor: prof. Ing. František Duchoň, PhD.
Opponent:Ing. Jozef Rodina, PhD.
Final thesis progress:Final thesis was successfully defended.


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Language of final thesis:English

Slovak        English

Title of the thesis:Swarm of flying nano sensorial nodes
Summary:Large production volumes of small quadrotors has made them widely available and relatively inexpensive. This has been enabled by miniaturization of sensors and computation hardware, as well as increased market demand. These so-called nanoquads typically have a take-off mass smaller than 50g, going as low as 12g, and a flight time of about 5-10 minutes. Search and rescue scenarios typically contain areas that are inaccessible even to Micro Aerial Vehicles (MAVs) with a take-off mass smaller than 2 kg. In some situations it would be interesting to send a disposable sensor into a hazardous area. Given the relatively high cost of computation and sensor hardware on mentioned MAVs, this might not be feasible. However, the small dimensions and mass make nanoquads a good candidate for disposable sensor nodes. Due to small dimensions they can fly into usually inaccessible, or high risk areas. Their low mass makes it feasible for a big quadrotor (mothership) or rover (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) to carry several nanoquads as payload and deploy them in hazardous areas. Their small cost makes them disposable. Furthermore, nanoquads could be equipped with radio transmitters e.g. in a mine scenario in order to increase radio link reliability or build a mesh network. Due to limited flight endurance, it makes sense to deploy them locally. The goal of this Bachelor Thesis is to develop the basic infrastructure for controlling nanoquads from an external computer and obtaining measurements from an onboard sensor. The nanoquads must be cheap, easily procurable and extendable, have sufficient payload for sensors, and possible to control externally.
Key words:miniature, quadrotor, quadcopter, nanoquad, swarm, control, MAV, UAV

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