This project represents an idea to provide a quick, easy plug and play drone and robot for the military as assistance in the war zone area. Most of the time army has to wait for the drone to collect information from the battlefield or terrorist site, it requires a lot of time and money as the drones fly from an Air Base. These are usually known as UAVs, and they are huge, often detected by the RADAR. The idea is to make a smaller drone which a soldier can carry in his backpack, can fly and use it for quick surveillance before entering a danger zone. As it is difficult to get into the buildings with large drones, this project can help to make surveillances even inside of the building as we will be using smaller drones. Most of the military drones are very expensive and therefore cannot be used every time, and if the drone crashes, the loss is beyond recovery. Hence such drones are operated only in rare cases. To make a drone that can be used for the military purpose, the control system must be more precise, and the drone must sustain windy conditions and cold weather. The challenge is when the drone has to slip through the wind and also to maintain the speed judged by the pilot. Therefore powerful motors which achieve high velocity to function against the wind are used. Also, expertise is required in piloting the drone.




Drone, Surveillance, Object Recognition, Sensor fusion

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