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Multirotor UAV in project 14.B Vyacheslav Barbasov, Pavel Orlov Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography, Moscow, Russia
UAV developed in MIIGAiK SCB Impulse SCB Krechet
SCB Krechet is working on several platforms for use in cartographic monitoring FeaturesKrechet Aircraft Krechet Aerostat 1Deployed size, length*width*height, mm1800*1500* *2000* Transport size, length*width*height, mm350*1500* *400*400 3Speed of level flight, km/h40…1000..max wind speed 4Operating altitude, m60…10000…300 5Flight duration, minUp to 50Unlimited 6Maximum take-off weight, kg3,58 7Maximum payload, kg1,25 8Working temperature, °C-25°.. +50°C-20°.. +50°C 9Wind speed at launch, not more than, m/sec812 10Wind speed at an altitude of 300 m, not more than, m/sec 1512 Size of landing area, not less than, m*m2*303*3 13Servicemen2-3 14Engine (electric power), item1-
Feature QuadcopterSchmidt HexacopterJuggernaut Octocopter TopocopterDreadnought Deployed size, length×width×height, mm350х350х270825х825х ×1100×450 Transport size, length×width×height, mm350х350х150825х300х ×1100×250 Speed of level flight, km/h 0÷550÷450÷50 Operating altitude, m 5÷250 10÷35010÷450 Maximum altitude, km222 Flight duration, min Up to 25Up to 20 Maximum take-off weight, kg 2,52,5610 Maximum payload, kg 0,82,54 Take-off weight, kg1,435 Working temperature, °C-25 ÷ ÷ ÷ +50 Wind speed at launch, not more than, m/sec 6810 Wind speed at an altitude, not more than, m/sec Size of landing area, not less than, m*m 1×11×12×22×23×3 Servicemen Engine (electric power), item 468 Additional route camera (resolution) (Control of the axes) No Yes, (752x582), (2 axes) PortableNoYesNo Application Monitoring, security forces Monitoring Cartography, Monitoring
Multirotor UAV, which is developed in SCB MIIGAiK «Krechet», – octocopter «Dreadnought». This drone can be used to receive snapshots, applicable in map (or site plan) creating/updating, forming of digital terrain model, making 3D-models of buildings and objects, thermographic maps, panoramic surveying and also monitoring of natural and manmade emergencies development.
Functions & elements of ground control When we use multirotor UAV in cartographic monitoring, it must be considered as a complex with its equipment (instrumentation) and payload. Its called UAS – Unmanned Aircraft System. UAS consist of payload and ground control. What is it for? - Automatic flight control; - Flight navigation; - Flight task input and processing; - Setting up a wireless link with an operator; -Data receiving, processing and storage (Video and Telemetry); - Input of UAV control signals.
Flowchart of multirotor UAV «Dreadnought» data sending from it to GIS data base & end-user Camera (or other payload) Live View (1) PDA with iOS or Android (2) Laptop Commutation device with GIS Radio modem (3) Video channel 5.8 GHz (4) Video channel 1.3 GHz (5)
What can you find in UAV payload? - Digital camera (including Video camera) - Thermographic camera - IR-camera - Radiolocation equipment (Sonar) - Geiger counter
Examples of UAV Dreadnought survey: Altitude: 100 meters Camera: Canon 550D Camera lens: 18 mm Overlap: 65% Flight duration: 8 minutes Flight speed on a route: 5 meters/sec
Geodesic range 3D terrain model. Perspective view
Survey of fires in Smolensk region, near town Gagarin, with wide-angle camera lens
The ways of multirotor UAV usage in environment monitoring: Cartographic monitoring Topographic survey Multispectral survey Thermographic survey Geology Cadastre (stereo image) Emergency control Tasks of agro-industrial complex Snapshots for 3D modeling Agriculture: control of farms & fields condition Ecological monitoring: - radiation; - chemical pollution; - bacteriological pollution.
Usage of results in studying & education Experience of UAV development, its usage and data processing embeds in educational program of MIIGAiK. One of the main tasks of our project (ГИОК ДЗЧС) is a development of special educational courses.