Robust Control of Vectored Thrust Aerial Vehicles via Sliding Mode Control

Project Details

The aim of the research is to explore the applicability of Sliding Mode based methodologies to unmanned aerial vehicles. A vectored thrust aerial vehicle developed at UNSW in 2010 is used as the test platform for the research.
The final aim is to develop a nonlinear robust control methodology based on Sliding Modes which has improved convergence properties and eliminate current disadvantages of SMC.

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