Unmanned Aerial Vehicle For Surveillance
S. N. Teli, Madan Jagtap, Ritesh Nadekar, Prashant Gudade, Rupesh More, Pranit Bhagat
Abstract: UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) is an air vehicle which is largely used for surveillance, monitoring, reconnaissance, data relay, and data collection or to enter the area which is not safe for human i.e. flood affected or virus affected area. Present paper discusses the systematic design, data analysis, different property calculations and then manufacturing of delta wing type of UAV with low cost which successfully flew in the sky in Mumbai. It measures the altitude, captures the real image as well as videos that used for the surveillance purpose.
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