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TITAN UAV

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Yalina Gonzalez

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Transcript of TITAN UAV

Advanced Class
Requirements: 15 lbs static payload
3 lbs jettisonable "humanitarian aid" package
0.46 cu in displacement, internal combustion engine
Data acquisition system
First Person View (FPV) video feed

SUAS COMPETITION
Competition Objectives:

Autonomous take off, flight, navigation, and landing
Target search: GPS location, shape, color, orientation
Sense, detect, and avoid virtual obstacles
REGULAR CLASS AIRFRAME
June 17-20th, 2014
St. Inigoes, MD
Regular Class
Competition requirements include heavy lift and short takeoff
No composite materials in construction
Maximum weight 55 pounds
Dimensional constraint of 175in
Power input limited to 1000W electric motor
Take off distance limited to 200ft

IMAGE RECOGNITION
Image from Pi camera
Raspberry Pi
Streaming to ground station using Netcat
[Image taken from 200 ft]
SDA SUBSYSTEM
ADVANCED AIRFRAME
Competitions
April 24-26th, 2014
Van Nuys, CA

SYSTEMS INTEGRATION
Thank You
SPONSORS:
CARGO TEAM
ADVANCED TEAM
Team Lead: James Wang
Aerodynamics: Yalina Gonzalez, Javyin Mistry,
Mark Galban , Landon Gooding
Propulsion: Nathan Nguyen, Eduardo Ibarra
Payload: Hardy Walushka, Timothy Pham
Team Lead: Geoffrey Machin
Aerodynamics: Antonio Covarrubias, Erik Perez, Sean Lin
Propulsion: Nelson Kays, Jason Huynh
Payload: Michael Logue
FPV: Daniel Davis
Learn more about the team at:

http://ecs.fullerton.edu/~titanuav/
Regular Class
Advanced Class
Image Processing: Brian Busert
Programming: Sven Eriksson
OTHER
:
Objective
Sense Detect Avoid SUBSYSTEM
Landing Gear:
Tricycle style with shock absorbing capabilities
springs
AUTONOMOUS TARGET RECOGNITION
Objective:
Find targets in a field and pull out characteristics.
Problem:
Most image segmentation processes rely on movement of the object
Plan:
Get images from aircraft using SSH
Change to HSV color space
Mask the average hue
Filter out noise
Locate target and find required characteristics
Wing:
Box-Wing configuration: high lift and low induced drag
S1223: high lift airfoil
Motor & Prop:
High torque output
Optimal static and dynamic thrust
Tail:
H-tail configuration: high stability and minimum dimension
Short moment arm: large tail volumes
Fuselage:
Truss structure design for maximum strength
Balsa wood construction for minimum weight
Easy payload access
Wing:
Large area and aspect ratio
Partial laminar-flow airfoil
Internal payload for bending relief
D-box structure with skeletal ribs

Fuselage:
9.2 ft length for long tail arm
Very light (<1 lb) balsa truss structure
Stressed to 4g load at maximum weight
4x4 inch internal volume for various payload

Propulsion:
Jett FIRE .46 c.i.d. 2-stroke glow engine
Resonant tuned-pipe exhaust
12 x 4 inch direct-drive propeller
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