Fundamental Elements of Drone Management Systems in Air Traffic Planning

doi: 10.32560/rk.2023.1.13


Drones or Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAV – Unmanned Aerial Vehicles or UAS – Unmanned
Aerial Systems) are vehicles that can fly without the need for a pilot or passengers. Drones can be controlled remotely through radio waves or independently (with a previously determined route). The amount of documented accidents involving the hazardous use of drones has risen
significantly due to the increased usage of drones. To perform and increase the use of drones in air traffic management (ATM), especially in smart city planning, a variety of regulations and
management procedures will be implemented. This paper aims to propose management rules or regulations for drones in smart city transportation management and some approaches related to drone management and drone control. To present controlling approaches through the parameters in mathematical modelling for drones, we need a control rule, data gathering from the surroundings (usage of GIS), and a dynamic model of drones, and to present controlling and managing it with the help of a drone-following model based on a dynamic model of drones.


Drones ATM Drone management UAV

Hogyan kell idézni

D.-D. Nguyen, U. Kale, M. Safa Baş, M. Ugur, T. H. . Karakoc, és D. Rohács, „Fundamental Elements of Drone Management Systems in Air Traffic Planning”, RepTudKoz, köt. 35, sz. 1, o. 169–184, nov. 2023.


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