Autonomous Arduino-quadracopter controlled by GPS?
Habré a lot of articles how to make your arduino-quadracopter controlled with the remote control, but in my opinion much more fun to make it Autonomous. I propose to control the quadracopter by specifying the coordinates of the point of destination, where it will perform its task (for example to photograph the area, or reset the package) and then return to "base", the coordinates of which are also specified. Obviously, to prevent collision with obstacles it is necessary to provide a quadracopter with obstacle detection (based on ultrasonic range finder), the Foundation of the coordinates of the base point job I would like to implement with an android smartphone via wifi.
P. S. I Will appreciate any tips regarding the purchase of components, their meaningful choices and algorithm of flight, writing code.
The pathfinding algorithm will be very difficult — the right route is unknown beforehand. In fact, the search path will represent a maze with a previously unknown internal structure. It is better to simplify the problem a bit — to fly on the specified route in advance, not at a given point. And you can use regular do the copter and nenavesti the remote control system of the miscalculation of the way, and not in the copter.
hal18 answered on October 8th 19 at 00:16
Ie suggest to calculate the route to the "Land," and the drone to load the trajectory from the points?