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Development of Surveillance Quadcopter

Vignesh Tamilarasan, Antony Stallone Raj Gnanaseka, Bharath Ragavan Dhanapa, Joseph Jebastin John, Muthukrishnan Senthilkumar Kandhampalayam and Naga Harimugesh Arthanarisamy

Abstract

This article presents the design and implementation of a surveillance quadcopter for long-term tracking and surveillance applications. The quadcopter is equipped with a high-definition camera and wireless communication that captures live video and sends it to a remote station in real time. The design includes flight control functions based on custom frames, motors and generators, and open flight controls. The system is capable of flying autonomously and can be controlled using a ground station. Monitoring the quadcopter sends real-time information to the control center in real time, allowing operators to react quickly and efficiently. The performance test results show that the quadcopter has stable flight ability and good video recording ability, which is suitable for monitoring application.

Published on: November 23, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s4-011
Citation: Tamilarasan V, Gnanaseka ASR, Dhanapa BR, John JJ, Kandhampalayam MS, et al. 2023. Development of Surveillance Quadcopter. NanoWorld J 9(S4): S62-S68.

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