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Small Unmanned Aircraft Theory and Practice, written by Randal Beard and Timothy Mclain, Princeton University Press, 2012, 317 pages, ISBN-10: 0691149216, ISBN-13: 978-0691149219, recommended publisher’s price is $94.95.
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Uber was developing UAV but I really don’t know the current progress, this has a great prospect as air navigation is oftentimes simpler than the road. Another great review by Prof Haluk on the book Small Unmanned Aircraft. The book focuses on 5-10ft wingspan unmanned aircraft, autopilot designs in C++ and will be an interesting read
Small Unmanned Aircraft Theory and Practice by Randal Beard and Timothy McLain is a must-have and must-read by students who want to understand the operations and controls of unmanned aircraft as suggested by the authors. The textbook provides a hands-on learning approach for its readers because it contains design projects/exercises.
Unmanned aircraft are new/evolutionary component of the aviation system. It offers several new exciting opportunities, as well as a no. of challenges to the sector. it will help the military in reconnaissance, surveillance, battle damage assessment, etc.
The book under review focuses on opening the reader/researcher’s mind in the exciting and rapidly developing field of autonomous navigation, guidance, and control of driverless air vehicles, with a focus on the design and software required for autonomous and semi-autonomous flight.
I recommend future researchers of the readers or the researcher himself should consider how to take off, or land without a large runway just as choppers land. Thank you, Nice work from the authors!!!
I guess this book is a must for every researcher in the field of UMV’s. Thanks Prof. Haluk for the book review and thanks for the update Dr. Mayam.
it’s good to see many companies from across different fields coming together collaborating towards achieving a fully autonomous vehicles.
Thank you for the book review. a book of this kind is rare to come by. it’s a must read for me