Graduate Research in Engineering and Technology (GRET)
A drone that is not manned Automated vehicles are rational admirers of the latest planes, and they're always looking for ways to improve. Wartime and re-exploration capabilities are the primary emphases of the current generation of UAVs, leaving the existing market impacted by UAV technology unaffected. UAV technology has a wide range of current uses, ranging from emergency response to media to agriculture to communications experts. However, the adaptable unmanned aerial vehicle is not yet available to the general public. As a result, a UAV that can carry a wide range of flexible tools should be light and lightweight. In commercial applications, UAV technological ideas and adaptable components may be a strong instrument, and they can help define the future of aviation. It is possible to categorize "drones" depending on their "applications," such as photography, aerial mapping, surveillance, and so on. However, the easiest way to classify 'Drones' is to use aerial platforms. Drones may be classified into four broad categories based on the sort of airborne platform they employ.
Pande, Ashish Rahuldeo UG - student; Nerkar, Pranav Sanjay UG-student; Borse, Bhushan UG-Student; and V, Kirubakaran Engineer
"Unmanned Aerial Vehicles an Overview and Applications,"
Graduate Research in Engineering and Technology (GRET): Vol. 1:
7, Article 6.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/gret/vol1/iss7/6
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