|Title:||Adaptive Visual Servoing for Obstacle Avoidance of Micro Unmanned Aerial Vehicle with Optical Flow and Switched System Model||Authors:||Ming-Li Chiang
|Keywords:||visual servoing;MUAV;optical flow;switched systems;Optical imaging;Image motion analysis;Computer vision;Optical sensors;Cameras;Optical switches||Issue Date:||Dec-2021||Publisher:||MDPI,IEEE||Journal Volume:||9||Journal Issue:||12||Source:||Processes||Conference:||2013 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics||Abstract:||
A vision-based adaptive switching controller that uses optical flow information to avoid obstacles for micro unmanned aerial vehicles (MUAV) is proposed in this paper. To use the optical flow to indicate the distance between the MUAV and the environment, we propose an algorithm with multi-thread processing such that the optical flow information is obtained reliably and continuously in the entire camera field of view. The flying behavior of considered MUAV is regarded as a switching system when considering different flying modes during the mission of obstacle avoidance. By the required flight direction for obstacle avoidance specified by the detected optical flow, an adaptive control scheme is designed to track the required trajectory in switching modes. The simulation result shows the tracking performances of the adaptive control with the switching system. The experiment of the whole system is completed to verify the obstacle avoidance capability of our system.
13-16 October 2013
|Appears in Collections:||電機工程學系|
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