Increasing the safety of operation of unmanned aerial vehicles in adverse meteorological conditions
PublisherUniversity of Zilina
Psárska, Vanesa Viktória
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Primary obstacle in using unmanned aerial vehicles are adverse meteorological conditions. To allow more usage options in day-to-day life, it is neccesary to increase safety in such conditions. The topic of this paper is analysing possible solutions. First part discusses the current state of art and describes systems currently used. It defined meteorological conditions such as low temperature, wind, humidity and low visibility. It describes their influence on usage of remote controlled aircraft and change in their flight characteristics. Next part is devoted to analysing possible solutions and their applicability. The objective was to find out how to increase safety during adverse meteorological conditions and which technologies are best for achieving this result. Selected technologies have shown great potential and options for increasing safety are plentyfull.