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  • DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A WIRELESS CONTROLLED OBJECT CARRYING HEXACOPTER   Order a copy of this article
    by Ifthekhar Ahammad, Ariful Alam, Neyamul Islam, Jamil Sorowar, Mowdud Ahmed 
    Abstract: Unmanned Arial Vehicle (UAV) is becoming the future of remote operation, monitoring and delivery system. For a UAV, remote operation requires a versatile control system that can maintain its position without disturbing the task at hand. This paper introduces a hexacopter which is able to pick and place an object by using a robotic arm, while it is flying. The arm is used to grip an object firmly and carry it to the desired destination. It maintains its position on air accurately while performing the pick and place operation.rnThis UAV is able to withstand windflaw to maintain its position. This project can be used for rescuing, transportation of products, first aid supply etcetera.
    Keywords: Hexacopter; Drone; Rescue; payload; wireless; object carrying hexacopter; Intelligent Systems; Intelligent Systems Design and Computing.