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Drone Control Trainer
(MC104)
  • Drone basic
    • Familiarization with the fundamental of a drone
    • Controlling the LEDs
    • Monitoring accelerometer & gyro sensor
    • Filtering accelerometer & gyro sensor
    • Monitoring the drone
  • Quadcopter drone
    • PWM controlling the drone motor
    • Controlling the motor rotation & altitude of drone
    • Controlling the motor moving direction of drone
    • Controlling the motor rotation of drone using PID control
    • Using PID control, drone control
    • Binding of an RC controller
    • Appling system identification by using
  • Matlab
  • Drone Control Trainer (MC104)¬†
  • Hard copy user manual¬†
  • Bedo software
  • Laboratory PC

Drone control trainer provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts and techniques involved in controlling drones. It attempts to provide trainers with the information and abilities needed to control and maneuver drones in a safe and efficient manner. Flight controls, navigation, and mission planning are just a few of the topics covered in the training unit on drone control.

  • Drone control trainer is introducing to the basic ideas and methods of operating drones is given via the drone control trainer.
  • The trainer is consisting of a drone that is utilized in training.
  • We designed and supplied a safety actuator to ensure the security of trainers.
  • It is possible to monitor and operate every part of a drone, including the motor, control unit, and sensor.
  • From individual motor control to rotation and movement, a motor control experiment is offered.
  • Sensor-based monitoring experiment.
    • Barometer
    • Magnetometer
  • Dust sensor
    • Accelerometer
    • GPS, GPS Antenna
    • Temperature sensor
    • Humidity sensor
  • The following instruments are external input in the drone:
    • IP Camera
    • Reset Switch
    • Ethernet Port
  • PID control is utilized to regulate the fixed center axis of a drone.
  • An RC controller or bluetooth can be used to control a drone.
  • Drone power is supplied via a safety actuator, which also features an emergency button.
  • Using wi-Fi, a drone camera monitoring experiment.
    • System operation module including:
    • ON/OFF switch
    • Emergency button
    • USB socket (to connect with external laboratory PC)
    • Start button (used to start the experiment)