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Research on Application of Four Rotor Aircraft in Cruise Navigation

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DOI: 10.23977/jeis.2020.51006 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 1187


Zitong Lin 1, Xuan Zhang 1, Wenkang Guo 1, Zongyu Li 1, Zhiyuan Xu 1


1 School of Navigation and Naval Architecture, Dalian Ocean University, Dalian 116000, China

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Zhiyuan Xu


[Objective] in order to solve many problems such as high risk, high cost, high consumption and low efficiency in artificial time, this paper proposes a method of using artificial unmanned aerial vehicles instead of fishermen to go to sea artificially. [Method] the characteristics of six degrees of freedom of four rotorcraft can be used to achieve better cruising purposes. [Results] the aircraft can navigate freely on the water surface and feedback the sea state information in real time. [Conclusion] this application can avoid the high risk of Artificial Sea Patrol, greatly reduce the high cost and high efficiency of the artificial sea patrol, and improve the efficiency of the Sea Patrol.


four rotorcraft, cruise, navigation


Zitong Lin, Xuan Zhang, Wenkang Guo, Zongyu Li and Zhiyuan Xu. Research on Application of Four Rotor Aircraft in Cruise Navigation. Journal of Electronics and Information Science (2020) 5: 29-33. DOI:


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