Optimizing Energy Usage for an Electric Drone

TytułOptimizing Energy Usage for an Electric Drone
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Rok publikacji2022
AutorzyCzachórski T, Gelenbe E, Kuaban GSuila, Marek D
Book TitleEuroCybersec 2021: Security in Computer and Information Sciences
Series VolumeCCIS
CityNice, France
ISBN Number978-3-031-09357-9

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are rapidly gaining popularity in a wide variety of applications, e.g., agriculture, health care, environmental management, supply chains, law enforcement, surveillance, and photography. Dones are often powered by batteries, making energy
a critical resource that must be optimised during the mission of the drone. The duration of a done’s mission depends on the amount of energy required to perform some manoeuvering actions (takeoff, level flight, hovering, and landing), the energy required to power the ICT modules in the drone, the drone’s speed, payload, and the wind. In this paper, we present a model that minimizes the energy consumption of a low-power drone and maximizes the time required to completely drain the drone’s battery and ensure the safe landing of the drone.


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