Planning a Flight Task System and the Principle of its Construction




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.

Author Biographies

Victor Sineglazov , National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine

Doctor of Engineering Science. Professor. Head of the Department

Aviation Computer-Integrated Complexes Department

Faculty of Air Navigation, Electronics and Telecommunications

Serhii Savchuk , National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine


Aviation Computer-Integrated Complexes Department

Faculty of Air Navigation, Electronics and Telecommunications


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