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Adaptive control, wide speed range flight and deconfliction

Catherine Ronflé-Nadaud 1
1 DRONES - ENAC - Programme transverse Drones
ENAC - Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile
Abstract : First part is dedicated to the "Adaptive Control". In the previous document, state of the art was reported and theoretical basis were assumed. Here, the simulation results and the real flight tests are detailed. Wind tunnel experiments have been carried out in order to provide accurate models and validate the theoretical process. Second part concerns the "Deconfliction". Two approaches are developed: Reactive Avoidance and Centralized Deconfliction. Both are illustrated and improved by simulations. In the third part entitled "Support", electronics improvements are presented as well as new vehicles manufacturing.
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Catherine Ronflé-Nadaud. Adaptive control, wide speed range flight and deconfliction. 2009. ⟨hal-01021535⟩



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