Gain hands-on experience with camera drones and learn the theoretical background.
The course will feature lectures and a project part. Lectures will cover the topics from quadrotor control to computer vision. The project part consists of carrying out a robotics project with drones in our droneSpace. The project work contains a programming task using ROS (robot operation system) and C++. At the end of the course students have to take a questionnaire about the lectures.
The practical part this year is organized as a group work of groups of 2. This is important such that you do have the possibility to discuss the topics of the practical with a peer. Each group will work on the same tasks.The final goal of the practical is to program a drone to fly through the droneSpace while avoiding an obstacle. The project is divided into several tasks, consisting of an environment mapping task, a path planning tasks and an trajectory generation task. Each group has to demonstrate its solution in a flying demo and present it in a final presentation.
On the 20.10.2023 there will be a hands-on introduction to the flying arena droneSpace. Each group gets a 30min slot. Slot scheduling will be done after the introduction lecture using the Teach Center. At the end of the semester we will have flight demonstrations of the groups in the droneSpace as well.
The course grade will be based on the points achieved in the project work, project presentation and a questionnaire.
(slides will gradually appear here)
Check out the droneSpace page for the student projects created in past years.