Andrey M. Boyko
Ruben A. Girgidov
Received 12 October 2020
This paper describes the application of a swarm engineering methodology that allows creating hexagonal UAV grids with predefined properties. It is achieved by imitation of physics processes that demonstrate conditions for stabilizing the above-mention hexagon grids of UAV swarm. We propose a simple combination of software and hardware applications that create a more efficient practical solution.
Unmanned aerial vehicle, UAV, self-organization, physical process simulation, hexagonal lattice, swarm robotics, sensors for UAV.
Boyko, A. and Girgidov, R, 2021. Maintaining the spatial stability of a swarm of autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles. Robotics and Technical Cybernetics, 9(2), pp.85-90.
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