Specialization in Unmanned Aerial Systems Technology

Programme structure

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The Unmanned aerial systems technology specialization has a constituent part e.g. scientific methodology, fundamental artificial intelligence, image processing, mechanical engineering for aircraft and unmanned aerial system design.
Furthermore the programme relates to five different research areas, which you can read more about below.

Research area: Unmanned aerial systems

  • Flight controllers
  • Aircraft navigation and path planning
  • Ground control systems
  • Payload sensor- and actuator platforms
  • Reliable and redundant safety systems
  • Aircraft software engineering
  • Aviation legislation

Research area: Robotics

  • Kinematics
  • Robot system and automation engineering
  • Motion and task planning
  • Mathematical modelling of industrial systems
  • Computer simulation and animation

Research area: Artificial Intelligence

  • Classic artificial intelligence
  • ”Behaviour-based” artificial intelligence
  • Neural networks
  • Generic algorithms
  • Adaptive robots
  • Bio-inspired robots

Research area: Embedded systems

  • Programmable electronics
  • Hardware/software co-design
  • Hardware-near programming
  • Wireless communication systems (hardware and software)
  • Motor control

Research area: Computer vision

  • Image processing
  • Object recognition
  • Real-time tracing of dynamic objects
  • 3D Kalman filtering

Read more about curriculum and subjects.

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