A Payload Verification and Management Framework for Small UAV-Based Personal Remote Sensing Systems
2012 5th International Symposium on Resilient Control Systems (ISRCS)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Salt Lake City, UT
Small, unmanned aerial systems are becoming more important in many fields, including civilian, scientific applications. Affordable systems that allow remote sensing at a small scale-personal remote sensing-are possible with proper system design. To assure data mission success (i.e., reliable and safe data collection) with low-cost or consumer-level sensor hardware, a well-designed payload management system is needed, along with sensor interface development and standardized testing frameworks for verification. This payload management system ensures a level of airworthiness for Data Mission Assurance. This paper presents such a system, along with motivations and choices such as system architecture and implementation, as well as standardized testing and verification. Data results from flight of a fixed-wing example payload is also included.
Coopmans, Calvin; Stark, Brandon; and Coffin, Christopher M., "A Payload Verification and Management Framework for Small UAV-Based Personal Remote Sensing Systems" (2012). AggieAir Presentations. Paper 30.
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