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 PROFESSOR KUNG  GROUP MEMBERS: JEEVEN HUGH, AARON KELLEY, AKRAM GERIES, BRAD LONG, MICHAEL LADAS.

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3  PROFESSOR KUNG  GROUP MEMBERS: JEEVEN HUGH, AARON KELLEY, AKRAM GERIES, BRAD LONG, MICHAEL LADAS

4 Main Objectives  Fly Slowstick with group-designed camera to satisfy the following criteria: Endurance: ○ As many figure 8 paths around two pylons separated by 30’ in five minutes Precision Flight: ○ Survey the area in all directions and acquire a legible image of each of the four 1’ x 1’ targets

5 Gantt Chart  Used to list goals and track progress  Made using an Excel spreadsheet

6 Gantt Chart

7 Goals  Learn about UAVs  Buy and learn how to fly a trainer plane  Buy Slowstick to measure parts and design Slowstick parts with Pro-E  Design and build camera mount  Test Slowstick camera mount  Report final findings in engineering design report  Give final design presentation

8 What Is An UAV? What do they encompass  Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Aircraft that operates without pilot on board The may be remote controlled or automated

9 The history of UAVs  Automated UAVs first employed by the U.S. as a classified project during the Vietnam War Previously only comprised of remote controlled “RPVs”

10 Subtypes of UAVs

11 Uses of UAVs  Weather monitoring  Recreation  Mapping  Land surveying  Firefighting  Property surveillance  Long term observation  Military missions-non-/armed, surveillance, single/multiuse  Search and rescue  Payload delivery  Research/scale model testing  Scouting  Orbital platforms: satelites

12 Requirements of a UAV Control Platform Transmitter or a control station Program for automation A way to receive output from the UAV The Unmanned Vehicle A launcher for the vehicle The Crew Upkeep Flight & control Retrieval May consist of one or more people

13 Learn How To Fly Trainer  Goal: Fly Trainer Around Post And Land Safety

14 Trainer Pictures 1 Installing Battery Into Playmate Trainer Playmate Trainer

15 Trainer Pictures 2 Playmate Trainer In Flight

16 Pro-E Parts Design  Buy Slowstick  Make engineering sketches  Make detailed design using Pro-Engineer software  Use 3D printer to build camera mount for Slowstick

17 Parts List/Cost  1. Dynam Brushless Motor+18A 60P-DY-1006 And ESC+3pcs 9g Servos For RC Park Flyer : $24.70 (S/H: $0.00)  2. 6-Channel Transmitter/Receiver R6B : $32.00 (S/H: ($0.00)  v 15C LiPoly Battery w/ 3.5 Banana Connector : $7.50 (S/H: $0.00)  4. GWS Slow Stick, No Power System - Painted Red : $28.00 (S/H: $11.50)  Total Cost: $103.70

18 Requirements  Need To Build Camera Mount  Max weight 450 g  Chose Fixed wing  50’x30’x20’ Indoor Space With Smooth Floor  Adopted Slowstick As Basic Platform

19 Slowstick

20 Slowstick Parts 1 Fuselage Part 1Fuselage Part 2

21 Slowstick Parts 2 Horizontal StabilizerVertical Stabilizer

22 Slowstick Parts 3 Main Gear SupportWheel

23 Slowstick Parts 4 DecalsMain Parts

24 Camera Mount PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

25 Elevator PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

26 Fuselage PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

27 Horizontal Stabilizer PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

28 Leading Edge Wing Support PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

29 Motor Mount PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

30 Rudder PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

31 Tail Gear Support PRO-E Design PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

32 Trailing Edge Wing Support PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

33 Vertical Stabilizer PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

34 Motor PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

35 Main Gear With Wheel PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

36 Tail Gear With Wheel PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

37 Main Wing PRO-E Designed PartHand-Drawn Measured Part

38 Final Flight Test  Objective: Endurance As Many Figure 8 Paths Around Two Pylons Separated By 30’ In Five Minutes  Objective: Precision Flight Survey The Area In All Directions And Acquire A Legible Image Of Each Of The Four 1’ X 1’ Targets

39 Current Goals  Design and build camera mount  Test Slowstick camera mount  Report final findings in engineering design report  Give final design presentation  Perform flight test

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