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Drone racing autonomo in grado di percorrere un circuito di gara senza  pilota umano

Drone racing autonomo in grado di percorrere un circuito di gara senza pilota umano

Open-Source racing drone for advanced autonomous driving. Thanks to the sophisticated on-board hardware, it allows the processing of high computational loads in real time and the management of complex algorithms based on artificial vision and neural networks. This particular multicopter inherits the same compactness and robustness of racing drones in world competitions but has much more advanced hardware. Through a specific SDK and powerful development tools, it is able to abstract the user by simplifying the programming phase of custom applications.


Drone racing autonomo in grado di percorrere un circuito di gara senza  pilota umano

Florence Robotics - Luca Bigazzi, luigi Pannocchi, Stefano Gherardini, Enrico Boni, Michele Basso

LUCA BIGAZZI: Holds a PhD in information engineering, electroincs curriculum, at the University of Florence. More than 6 years of research and development experience in the field of autonomous UAVs (Unmanned aerial vehicle). He has developed a broad and comprehensive vision of the technologies and problems of these systems. He is participating in the European project Aurora (sAfe Urban aiR mObility for euRopeAn citizens).


LUIGI PANNOCCHI: Holds a PhD in Emerging Digital Technologies, Embedded Systems curriculum, at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna (Pisa). His research activities include the development of driving, navigation and control algorithms for autonomous vehicles and the design of simulation systems.


STEFANO GHERARDINI: Holds a PhD in Information Engineering, "nonlinear dynamics and complex systems" curriculum. Since his PhD, his research activity has focused on nanotechnologies and emerging quantum technologies. He is currently a 3rd level permanent researcher at the National Research Center (CNR), National Institute of Optics (INO) & visiting researcher and external collaborator of the Portuguese Quantum Institute (PQI) based in Lisbon (Portugal).


ENRICO BONI: Associate professor at the University of Florence, Department of Information Engineering. His research activity is mainly in the field of microelectronics and ultrasonic sensors.


MICHELE BASSO: Associate professor at the University of Florence, Department of Information Engineering. His research activity is mainly in the field of nonlinear dynamic systems, atomic force microscopy, and real-time control systems.



 Research
  D.21 (pav. D) - Florence Robotics L. Bigazzi L. Pannocchi S. Gherardini E. Boni M. Basso
 2022

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