Aerial Robotics and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Flying opens new opportunities to robotically perform services and tasks like search and rescue, observation, mapping or even inspection and maintenance. As such, substantial interest in aerial robots has grown in recent years. Key areas to be addressed include innovative Unmanned Aerial Vehicles design, autonomous missions, guidance, navigation and control, and multi-vehicle coordination.
The technical committee will promote exchanges among researchers from academia, industry and government. The purpose is to identify the technologies and technical approaches to advance and mature the field of aerial robotics. Exchanges include conferences, workshops, special sessions in conferences and publications to promote discussion on technical and applicative problems. Envisioned will be on-line and printed resources to disseminate knowledge including cross-disciplinary information like aerodynamics, propulsion, communications, controls and sensors.
Topics of Interest:
Include but not limited to:
- Airframe design;
- UAS autonomy: perception, planning and control;
- UAS Guidance, Navigation and Control
- Sense and Avoid;
- Human-computer interfaces;
- Propulsion and Engines;
- Aerial vehicle teams;
- Aerial manipulation
- UAS integration in non-segregated airspaces
- Aerial Robotics and UAV applications
If you are interested in becoming a member of this committee, please send to the TC Co-chairs by email - your name, title, affiliation, email address, telephone number, and your area of interest.
February 1, 2013 is the deadline for the IEEE 2013 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS 2013) to be held May 28-31, 2013, Grand Hyatt Atlanta (USA), http://www.uasconferences.com/