Planning a Flight Task System and the Principle of its Construction
Keywords:unmanned aerial vehicle, Kalman method, Dijkstra algorithm, user interface, satellite image processing
This work is devoted to the development of a system for automatic determination of the flight task for unmanned aerial vehicles. To implement such a system, the QT framework (a library of C++ classes and a set of tools for creating cross-platform applications) was used. It is proposed to introduce forecasting and routing modules into the system of automated determination of the flight task. An interface is developed for building a flight task that can be used to download, track key metrics from the unmanned aerial vehicles, and adjust the mission of the flight task. Advanced QT/Qml frameworks were used, which will allow the software product to be used on different operating systems, which will add flexibility in the use of system components.
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