Aug 2020 - Dec 2020
As part of the XPRIZE Rainforest initiative, the aim of this project is to build an interface to help reduce the likelihood of collisions with objects when a drone is launched into a forest. This interface allows a less experienced pilot to leverage object-avoidance techniques possessed by more experienced pilots to help prevent a collision. Flight tests were conducted in simulation (Gazebo) as well as in real life.
This work was done part of an independent study at Duke University.
My team and I presented the following poster at the ECE Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium (Fall 2020)