The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

Unamanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), Alberto Chestaro, Carlos Granados, Krystine Pimentel, and Luz Comparan , Spring 2013.


The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle market is expected to grow dramatically by 2020, as military, civil and commercial applications continue to develop. These developments, along with growing scientific interest in UAVs, are fueling commercial interest in the unmanned market. The vehicles offer a unique range of features, most notably ultra-long endurance and high-risk mission acceptance, which cannot be reasonably performed by manned aircraft. Coupled with advances in automation and sensor technologies, and the potential for costs savings, it is understandable that interest in and demand for UAVs is on the rise especially for the purpose of saving lives.

Team T.E.S.T. has developed a UAV that meets the future expectations.  The system is multipurpose and can be easily adjusted to fit the specific needs of many customers. Our system is composed of various subsystems in order to complete its tasks. The three major subsystems are: the autopilot, the image processing module, and the powers systems. All these systems play an important role in the performance of the aircraft.

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