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Title Berkeley Aerobot
Summary The goal of this project is to develop an autonomous aerial robot as a testbed of an integrated approach to intelligent systems, intelligent control architectures for unmanned air vehicles, and software-enabled control.
Description The goal of this project is to develop an autonomous aerial robot as a testbed of an integrated approach to intelligent systems, intelligent control architectures for unmanned air vehicles, and software-enabled control. The robot would be capable of flying autonomously, recognizing and locating target objects, and performing navigation. A model helicopter is used as the airframe of the robot, which has various flight modes such as hovering, forward/backward flight, sideways flight, vertical climb/descent, etc. This results in a helicopter with unparallelled maneuverability to achieve the task. To develop a suitable control scheme for autonomous flying, a simulation program of the helicopter will be developed.
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Members Hoam Chung hachung hachung@eecs.berkeley.edu
H. Jin Kim, Ms. jin
T. John Koo, Ph.D. koo
Darren Liccardo darrenl
Judith Liebman judithl
Marci Meingast marci
Bharathwaj Muthuswamy mbharat
Songhwai Oh sho
Shankar Sastry sastry
Omid Shakernia omids
Ron Tal rontal rontal1@gmail.com
Rene Vidal, Ph.D. Student rvidal
Xunlei Wu xunlei
Shannon Zelinski shannonz
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