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000097532 245__ $$aDesign and Control of an Indoor Micro Quadrotor
000097532 269__ $$a2004
000097532 260__ $$c2004
000097532 336__ $$aConference Papers
000097532 520__ $$aRecent progress in sensor technology, data processing and integrated actuators has made the development of miniature flying robots fully possible. Micro VTOL1 systems represent a useful class of flying robots because of their strong capabilities for small-area monitoring and building exploration. In this paper we describe the approach that our lab2 has taken to micro VTOL evolving towards full autonomy, and present the mechanical design, dynamic modelling, sensing, and control of our indoor VTOL autonomous robot OS43.
000097532 6531_ $$aFlying robots control
000097532 700__ $$0240979$$aBouabdallah, S.$$g149618
000097532 700__ $$aMurrieri, P.
000097532 700__ $$0240969$$aSiegwart, R.$$g112562
000097532 7112_ $$aNone$$cNew Orleans, USA$$d2004
000097532 8564_ $$uhttp://www.icra2004.org/$$zConference Web Site
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