Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Visual Navigation
|Title:||A critical review on the state of the art in visual navigation for unmanned aerial vehicles|| |
|Description:||Visual navigation is becoming more and more important in the development of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). The goal of this thesis/tesina is to review in a structured way the current state of art in the field from different perspective: research teams, projects, platforms, tasks, algorithms. The latter is the most important aspect obviously and the project should provide a clear view on what is done today, and obtaining which results. Two kind of operations are of most interest: tracking of fixed and mobile targets (and how this impact on the UAV path), navigation on a geo-referenced map. Implementing one of the standard approaches on a mini unmanned aerial vehicle would be the ideal ending of the work to turn it into a thesis.
Required skills or skills to be acquired:
|Students:||1 - 2|
|CFU:||10 - 20|