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Title: Design of an unmanned aerial system for the detection of dangerous areas during fires
Alternative Titles: Diseño de un sistema aéreo no tripulado para la detección de áreas peligrosas durante incendios
Authors: Daviran, R.
Quispe, G.
Chavez-Arias, H.
Raymundo-Ibanez, C.
Dominguez, F.
Keywords: Aramida
Red neuronal
Publisher: Universidad Continental
Issue Date: 20-Nov-2019
Date available: 17-Jul-2020
Creation date: 2020
Bibliographic citation: Daviran, R., Quispe, G., Chavez, H., Raymundo, C., Dominguez, F., (2019). Design of an unmanned aerial system for the detection of dangerous areas during fires. IEEE 39th Central America and Panama Convention, CONCAPAN 2019, 1(1). https://doi. 10.1109/CONCAPANXXXIX47272.2019.8977051
DOI: 10.1109/CONCAPANXXXIX47272.2019.8977051
Abstract: This article presents the design of an unmanned aerial vehicle manufactured in aramid, through the use of sensors and actuators for flight stabilization, capturing the images through a thermal imager and its wireless transmission for ground processing for application in the social security area used in fire accidents. The work shows that it is feasible to use the aramid material for the construction of the prototype, since it is a high temperature resistant material, also the integration of neural networks for semi-automatic flight control. The results of this research will serve to develop more advanced control devices, with simple components and controls so that people with technological limitations can use it, so that they can save lives in danger, that of their colleagues or themselves.
Notes: El texto completo de este trabajo no está disponible en el Repositorio Institucional - Continental por restricciones de la casa editorial donde ha sido publicado.
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Source: Universidad Continental
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