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de Waal, Luke (author)
Climate change poses a serious threat to ecosystems and increases the need for accurate and rigorous monitoring of ecosystems. Current monitoring solutions are often bulky, expensive, and lack critical functionalities such as on-board inference capabilities, robust wireless connections, and a diverse sensor suite. Ecological monitoring projects...
master thesis 2024
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Bom, Alexander (author)
Drones are increasingly used nowadays, primarily for visual inspection tasks facilitated by onboard cameras. The field of aerial manipulation tries to expand the capabilities of drones by attaching a manipulator, enabling physical interaction. Unfortunately, the usability of aerial manipulators is hindered by disturbances resulting from the...
master thesis 2024
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Jadoenathmisier, Anish (author)
Aerial manipulators, characterized by their ability to actively engage with the environment, are gaining popularity for their versatility in performing diverse tasks.<br/>This research focuses on augmenting the capabilities of aerial manipulators through the integration of tactile feedback, specifically employing a compliant bio-inspired three...
master thesis 2023
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McGinley, Seamus (author)
The design of aerial robots capable of perching poses significant challenges, from requiring pilots to master precise manoeuvres, to devising hardware and software capable of adapting to diverse perch structures and complex field environments. The Slapper drone presented in this paper tackles these challenges through three main innovations....
master thesis 2023
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Ronsse, Louis (author), De Vusser, Mathis (author), Seffer, Billie (author), Kumar, Soham (author), Oosthoek, Elisabeth (author), Krzyżanowski, Kosma (author), Grobusch, Jan (author), van Zutphen, Emma (author), Heliński, Mikołaj (author), Zwikker, Reinier (author)
bachelor thesis 2023
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Brummelhuis, Martijn (author)
Aerial physical interaction opens the door for many operations at height to be automatised using aerial robots. This research presents a novel manipulator design mounted on a traditional quadrotor, which utilises both mechanical and software compliance to perform physical interaction on vertical walls and overhanging surfaces, such as those...
master thesis 2023
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SURYAVANSHI, KARTIK (author)
In this work, we present the ADAPT, a novel reconfigurable force-balanced parallel manipulator with pantograph legs for spatial motions applied underneath a drone. The reconfigurable aspect allows different motion-based 3-DoF operation modes like translational, rotational, mixed, planar without disassembly. For the purpose of this study, the...
master thesis 2022
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Wang, Chenyao (author)
Flapping wing micro aerial vehicles (FWMAVs) are known for their flight agility and maneuverability. However, their in-gust flight performance and stability is still inferior to their biological counterparts. To this end, a simplified in-gust dynamic model, which could capture the main gust effects on FWMAVs, has been identified with real in...
master thesis 2022
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Abu-Jurji, Hani (author)
In this thesis, we develop a novel aerial manipulator system with an omni-directional workspace. The system comprises of a quadrotor platform equipped with a rotating five-bar linkage and serves the purpose of demonstrating the ability to perform contour tracing tasks on complex shapes, whilst airborne. In order to remove the dependency on...
master thesis 2022
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Xausa, Marco (author), van der Saag, Jelmer (author), Hennecken, Hidde (author), Aristodemou, Constantinos (author), Naets, Louis (author), Morizon, Victor (author), Čajági, Šimon (author), Uptmoor, Lukas (author), Potočnik, Tilen (author), Van den Abeele, seba (author)
bachelor thesis 2022
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