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Vlaskin, Sasha (author)
The consumer drone sector is expected to grow rapidly in the coming decades. In Europe alone, it is predicted that in excess of seven million such machines will be flying by 2050. This poses a risk of conflict in dense airspaces, with both aircraft and other drones. Such a growing market provides a need to make drones visible to ATC and other...
master thesis 2022
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Vintges, Mark (author)
Urbanization is a worldwide trend that drives an immense increase in air traffic demand. The worldwide aviation network makes global business possible which generates economic growth, creates jobs and facilitates international tourism and trade. Many of the world's transport hubs like The Greater London Area have allocated this demand over...
master thesis 2022
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Nyessen, Nino (author)
In an effort to increase the operational efficiency in the North Atlantic region, the benefits of a decentralized, wind-optimal routing structure are researched. Such a routing structure allows for direct routing by optimizing trajectories on the individual level. Implementing a tactical conflict detection and resolution method eliminates the...
master thesis 2022
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Groot, Jan (author)
Current estimates show that the presence of unmanned aviation is likely to grow exponentially over the course of the next decades. Even with the more conservative estimates, these expected high traffic densities require a re-evaluation of the airspace structure to ensure safe and efficient operations. One structure that scored high on both the...
master thesis 2021
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Govers, Ide (author)
Aviation has a negative impact on the environment. As the number of flights is expected to increase, the total environmental impact of aviation will continue to worsen. New solutions are required to mitigate these effects. Aircraft Trajectory Optimization For Environmental Impact (TOFEI) can help reduce the impact of aircraft pollutants while...
master thesis 2021
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Overkamp, Jean-Luc (author)
Accurate 4D trajectory predictions are required for the implementation of Trajectory Based Operations. In addition, decentralized, free routing can make medium- to long-term flight trajectories more difficult to predict. Novel trajectory prediction techniques are needed, independent of waypoint-to-waypoint navigation and air traffic control...
master thesis 2021
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Basien, Henricus (author)
This MSc. thesis presents the extensive research conducted on designing neural networks capable of generating reactionary dance motions. The research was conducted in collaboration with Stichting Another kind of Blue (AKOB) and CompactCopters UG (CC). It is set within the industry context of the ’AI-man’ project, developed...
master thesis 2021
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Huygen, Wouter (author)
Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) is an operational enhancement as part of next-generation air transportation systems in Air Traffic Control. It enables aircraft and airport vehicles to periodically broadcast the information from their on-board equipment, like their identification, GPS location, velocity, and intent. Compared...
master thesis 2021
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van Wijngaarden, Dennis (author)
This research presents the derivation, implementation and safety assessment of a velocity obstacle- based conflict resolution method to be used by UAVs flying within a horizontally restricted airspace by a geofence under the presence of wind. Two parameters indicating the safety of the applied conflict resolution method have been measured, i.e.,...
master thesis 2020
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Klapwijk, Jeffrey (author)
Continuous Climb Operations aim at improving the efficiency of a flight's climb phase by reducing the number of level-offs. The associated fuel-benefits help airlines and airports to comply with future emission demands, rising fuel prices and modernizing airspace requirements. Previously, most studies in this field only considered the effect of...
master thesis 2018
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Lee, Seong Hun (author)
We propose a novel method to deal with the scale ambiguity in monocular SLAM based on control stability. We analytically show that (1) using unscaled state feedback from monocular SLAM for control can lead to system instability, and (2) there is a unique linear relationship between the absolute scale of the SLAM system and the control gain at...
master thesis 2017
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