Noise Containment for Unmanned Aerial Systems Applications
keywords DRONES, OPTIMIZATION, TRAJECTORY PLANNING, UAV
Reference persons GIORGIO GUGLIERI, STEFANO PRIMATESTA
External reference persons Marco Rinaldi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Research Groups 08- Dinamica, controllo e simulazione del volo
Thesis type SIMULATION AND DESIGN
Description Quadcopter Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs) have become so widespread and advanced to be adopted in a multitude of outdoor applications beyond the only entertainment, such as parcel delivery, mapping, surveillance, etc. However, due to the inherit novelty of UASs applications themselves, new research directions are emerging in several fields: UAS-related noise modeling and containment methods are an example. The noise modeling problem regards (at least) 4 main aspects: the noise source, the flight path followed by the source, the atmospheric propagation, and the receiver (people).
The goal of this thesis is to study the state-of-the-art literature about UASsí noise modeling and propose an application-oriented noise propagation model (e.g., parcel delivery). Consequently, a noise containment method should be proposed for a mission/trajectory planner for the UAS application of reference.
See also rinaldi_msc_thesis_proposal_2023_1.pdf
Required skills At least one of the following programming languages has to be known: MATLAB/Python/C++
Deadline 20/02/2024 PROPONI LA TUA CANDIDATURA