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How do drones achieve perfect obstacle avoidance?
Source:Original | Author:Calio Huang of C&T RF Antennas Inc | Publish time: 2019-07-13 | 190 Views | Share:


Drones have become a new force in the traditional productivity revolution. Implementing drone operations according to the specific needs and working standards of all walks of life can reduce human and material costs, improve work efficiency and quality, reduce environmental pollution, save time, and replace traditional operations in various industries. At present, in the fields of agriculture, electric power, communications, meteorology, agriculture, forestry, oceanography, exploration, film and television, law enforcement, rescue, express delivery, and other professional fields, drones have shown excellent technical effects and economic effects.

With the integration of information technology such as big data, cloud computing, mobile Internet and UAV technology, the industrial chain of civil drones has moved from “vertical progress” to “level progress”, and comprehensively promoted by exploring different application scenarios. The overall national economic development, promote the development of emerging industries to meet the needs of social and economic activities. According to the "2018-2023 China UAV Industry Market Demand Forecast and Investment Strategic Planning Analysis Report" released by the Prospective Industry Research Institute, the overall market size of our national UAV product sales and services will reach 46.5 billion yuan by 2020. It will reach 75 billion yuan in 2025.

 

How do drones take the initiative to avoid obstacles?

When analyzing the market or looking at the fuselage, the drone can be broken down into seven, eight or nine different subsystems. The super line of sight will expand the range of the drone market, which is very exciting for most people, but it means a very accurate navigation detection system is needed to avoid collisions. In addition to the still improving visual camera payload, we have seen some real needs and some good advances in technologies such as hyperspectral imaging and infrared chemical sensing. We often point out that the push for flying technology is acceptable. In other words, the ability and utility provided by the drone drive its adoption, not the actual capabilities of the aircraft itself.