Quality Control Of Drone Development Based On Testing And Flights Simulation Program
With the development of the Internet of Things, research is increasingly being carried out aiming at creating a group of unmanned devices that interact with each other and make a joint decision to achieve a set goal. One of the branches of such research is the organization of an ensemble of drones. An ensemble of drones is a set of unmanned aerial vehicles aimed at achieving a common goal without human participation in piloting them. When organizing such interaction, a lot of highly specialized tasks appear that require solution. One of the options for solving such tasks is the creation of a computer flight simulation program and testing of components of unmanned aerial vehicles. The work describes the requirements for this software tool, as well as the minimum functionality that it must have. Thanks to this tool, many tasks are solved that greatly contribute to the development of this industry. Also, the introduction of a computer testing program will improve the quality of the drones produced by means of testing the system components at the early design stages. By creating this software tool and successfully passing virtual tests, the problems that complicate the development of high-quality drones will be significantly reduced.
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