Android Application for Controlling AR.Drone 2.0.

par NSWRyan

Almost all Android devices have some sensors that can be used for interactions between user and device, such as touch screen, and accelerometer. Android devices with touch screen, accelerometer, and WiFi devices can be used to control quadcopter. Based on that reality, an application will be developed to control Parrot's quadcopter moved with four motors, AR.Drone 2.0. Based on experiments, this application can control AR.Drone 2.0 using touch screen and accelerometer nicely. The application can receive and process navigation data and video data properly. However the application still lacks smoothness for video and navigation data feature. Android Java that used as main programming language can not directly process UDP packets with delay under 140 ms AT*PCMD command contain four directions (pitch, roll, gaz, and yaw) for control, if used for more than one directions for one AT*PCMD command, the movement will not be as expe

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Bachelor of Engineering majoring Electrical Engineering minor: Telematics with GPA 3.8/4.0. Able to create and design program in Java, C, C++, C##, and PHP. Able to implement networking in program such as using TCP or UDP.

$7 $ US / h