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A PRESENTATION ON DRONE TECHNOLOGY

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Transcript of A PRESENTATION ON DRONE TECHNOLOGY

INDEX
A PRESENTATION ON DRONE TECHNOLOGY
OVERVIEW
NEED FOR THE TECHNOLOGY
TECHNICAL ASPECT
EXISTING USES
ADVANTAGES
DISADVANTAGES
INNOVATIONS
CONCLUSION
OVERVIEW
INTRODUCTION
HISTORY
SCOPE OF THE TECHNOLOGY
TECHNICAL ASPECT
The drone used by Amazon Prime Air is an Octocopter, meaning that it has eight rotor blades arranged in an octagonal manner.

Rotation - Creates pressure difference.
- Gives required thrust.
- Required thrust power is distributed equally.
- If the thrust force is equal to the weight of the drone, the drone will hover in the air, additional thrust will supply lift.

COMPONENTS
Central hub (control unit) consists of
- battery pack
- motor(s)
- gyroscope
- actuator
- a receiver
- processing unit
- a wide array of electronic sensors
- GPS etc.

This should be as light as possible for greater load carrying capacity.
The motor must be governed by an actuator device which will vary the rotor speed (in rpm) as per the thrust required.


EXISTING USES
ADVANTAGES
DISADVANTAGES
INNOVATIONS
CONCLUSION
SURVEILLANCE
MILITARY USE
SPORTS
SEARCH AND RESCUE
PHOTOGRAPHY
PROTECTING WILDLIFE
An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), commonly known as a drone and referred to as a Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA)

use of unmanned aircraft carrying cameras or sensors to gather intelligence started in the 1950s and has developed steadily since then.

an aircraft without a human pilot aboard

controlled by either on board computers or by the remote control of a pilot on the ground or in another vehicle.
The concept of drones dates back to the mid-1800s

The drone we see today started innovation in the early 1900s, and was originally used for target practice to train military personnel.

The earliest attempt at a powered unmanned aerial vehicle was "Aerial Target" developed in 1916.

these were used both to train antiaircraft gunners and to fly attack missions
A drone is an aircraft that flies without a crew on board.



A UAV is capable of controlled, sustained level flight and is powered by a jet.
In the 21st century, technology reached a point of sophistication that the UAV is now being given a greatly expanded role in many areas of aviation.
The scope of drone technology can be categorized into three perspectives:

CUSTOMER

SERVICE PROVIDER

SOCIETY


WEATHER- Drones can run into physical barriers such as wind, birds wires and air traffic.

Domestic drones violate the right to privacy

Flying from fulfillment centres to residential areas and places of business is a difficult.

SLOW SPEEDS and EASY TO SHOOT DOWN.

Limited battery power

DELIVERY ISSUES

Too small for transportation of materials

GPS signals tend to drop between tall buildings.
Surpassing the traffic

Used in dangerous environments

Environment friendly

Using natural energy

Can record high speed

Sees no barriers of infrastructure

Filming wildlife has become easier

Uses in all spheres
ZOOKAL.COM USING MINI HEXACOPTERS FOR THE DELIVERY OF BOOKS.

AMAZON TRYING TO CATER ITS CUSTOMER WITH QUICK DELIVERIES WITH THE USE OF DRONES(PRIME AIR)

BEER DELIVERY

REAL ESTATE

PIZZA DELIVERY

When we think of drones what comes in our mind is that they are really dangerous, but
“DRONES AREN’T JUST FOR DROPPING BOMBS”
CUSTOMER VIEW
Quick delivery

Non-existent demand
SOCIETY VIEW
Reaches beyond roads

Nature and Wildlife Protetion.
SERVICE PROVIDER VIEW
Race against time

Efficient delivery

Minimizing human involvement

Cater niche demands
A PRESENTATION ON
COMMERCIAL USE OF DRONE TECHNOLOGY
BY: NIKITA GOYAL
PRIYANKA GUPTA
REVATHI CHAUHAN
ROHAN ARORA
SAKSHI JAWA
SHIVRANJANI RATHORE
SOURAV MUKIM
SUSHMITA AWASTHI
DRONE USED BY
AMAZON
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