Bionic OpterJournal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2020-06-30
Authors : Albin Abraham Bibin Babu Johns Davis; Majin Vincent;
Page : 10681-10688
Keywords : Bionic Opter; CCTV; NRF Module; Surveillance; UAV;
The idea of sending high quality camera into the sky to capture footage for movies is something we can all get on board. When trying to make something look at home in the sky, we can think of few things better than to make it look like a bird. This work presents the development of computation simulation and a robotic prototype based on the dynamic modeling of robotic bird. The study analyzes the bird flight with different strategies and algorithms of control. The results are positive for the construction of flying robots and a new generation of air planes developed to the similarity of flying birds. A bird robot prototype was implemented based on material used to construct model planes. A drone hat can fly and dive is the epitome of the sky the limit mentality that we so often see in modern technological innovation. If that wasn't enough, the silent flyer is made of completely recyclable materials, and hopes to able to power-up through solar cell charging in future. If eco-friendly, autonomous, authentic nature drones are soon to be soaring the skies, we're ready to grab our binoculars and go robot bird-watching.
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