2020
DOI: 10.3390/app10051573
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Converting a Fixed-Wing Internal Combustion Engine RPAS into an Electric Lithium-Ion Battery-Driven RPAS

Abstract: It is well proved that remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPASs) are very useful systems for remote sensing in precision agricultural labors. INTA (National Institute for Aerospace Applications) and the University of Huelva are involved in Tecnolivo Project that proposes the development of a marketable and easy-to-use technological solution that allows integrated, ecological, and optimized management of the olive grove through non-invasive monitoring of key agronomic parameters using RPASs. The information col… Show more

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“…There are four papers focused on non-specific UAV technology [23][24][25][26]. W. Choi and S. Jung present the degradation of launch performance caused by the remnants of a missile canister cover with a sabot interface, on interference with adjacent structures [23].…”
Section: Advanced Uav Technologiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…There are four papers focused on non-specific UAV technology [23][24][25][26]. W. Choi and S. Jung present the degradation of launch performance caused by the remnants of a missile canister cover with a sabot interface, on interference with adjacent structures [23].…”
Section: Advanced Uav Technologiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…F. I. Llerena, A. F. Barranco, J. A. Bogeat, F. Segura, and J. M. Andujar present a method converting a fixed-wing UAV's internal combustion engine into an electric lithium-ion battery-driven remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPASs) [26].…”
Section: Advanced Uav Technologiesmentioning
confidence: 99%