Publication Type:

Conference Paper


2018 4th International Conference on Computing Communication and Automation (ICCCA), IEEE, Greater Noida, India, India (2018)


aircraft control, aircraft testing, Brushless motors, Control, helicopters, Propellers, quadcopter, quadcopter technology, quadcopters crash, Sensors, Stability, Stability analysis, Telemetry, Testing, Training


Quadcopter technology has been an emerging field of interest among many science enthusiasts due to its vast applications in various fields. In their initial stage it is very frequent that quadcopters crash due to difficulty in controlling by the users which is challenging for any application purpose. In this paper we propose the design and implementation of an arena suitable for testing quadcopters to train the users so that they gain proper control over them. The arena consists of different types of paths that a quadcopter can travel. Testing the quadcopter in such different paths and conditions will give an idea about how to judge the performance and the stability of the quadcopter in different conditions for any application purpose and how the entire system responds to those conditions.

Cite this Research Publication

Rajesh Kannan Megalingam, Raj, R. V. R., Masetti, A., Akhil, T., Chowdary, G. N., and Naick, V. S., “Design and Implementation of an Arena for Testing and Evaluating Quadcopter”, in 2018 4th International Conference on Computing Communication and Automation (ICCCA), Greater Noida, India, India, 2018.

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