—In this article self-ruling autonomous quad-rotor, (AQR) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)" system is developed. It has four rotors or engines and can fly without a pilot. The controlling and the velocity calculations of the UAV is control of diverse systems. The self - ruling UAV is accurately made to keep up harmony between velocity, weight, sound and force. It abides in four adjustable disperse arms with engines. Changes in engine velocities are utilized to adjust the position in the desired manner. All the association has been carried out in the middle of the UAV. Module is set inside the Ardupilot which is utilized to send signals to the engine with respect to the estimation of the sensors like GPS (U-Box GPS v2. 0), Gyro, Accelerometer and Barometer maintain a particular height. The venture is the implicit request to make a suitable and programmed flight starting in one direction, then in the next direction with defined height and pace. It must be remembered that the procurement of computations and investigation of the inertial measurement system must be performed precisely. Basically, this UAV full fill the needs of any clever gear, which is utilized to screen the ranges which are not in human reach.
—Unmanned aerial vehicle, gyroscope, Ardu-Pilot.
Rana Javed Masood, Wang Dao Bo, and Zain Anwar Ali are with Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Suhaib Masroor is with Shanghai University, China.
Muhammad Shafiq Loya is with the Department of Electronic Engineering, Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan.
Cite:Rana Javed Masood, Wang Dao Bo, Zain Anwar Ali, Suhaib Masroor, and Muhammad Shafiq Loya, "Implementation and Testing of Autonomous Quad-Rotor Aerial Vehicle by Using Ardu-Pilot," International Journal of Information and Electronics Engineering vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 123-129, 2016.