Finding and Monitoring Number of Living Entities through Unmanned Aeria

Authors

  • Mahdi Abed Salman Computer Science, University of Babylon, Babylon, Iraq

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31642/JoKMC/2018/090203

Keywords:

UAV, Drones, Agent-based model, Cooperative agents, Targets searching

Abstract

The rapid development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles UAVs technology opens many new application areas. One of these applications is remote monitoring for living entities (Humans or Animals) within a known area for safety and protection purposes. UAVs are programmable to carry missions according to a specified algorithm. Their ability of movements and actions provide solutions with a reasonable cost. However, how a set of UAVs doing a mission behave cooperatively need to be tested and evaluated in a lab with simulation before moving to operation field. In this paper, a model for scanning determined area using a set of cooperative UAVs is developed and tested. The objective is reducing operation time. The set of affecting parameters is examined. The model is simulated using NetLogo agent-based simulation tool. The results of the experiment of a various settings are conducted.

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Published

2022-08-30

How to Cite

Salman, M. (2022). Finding and Monitoring Number of Living Entities through Unmanned Aeria. Journal of Kufa for Mathematics and Computer, 9(2), 23–27. https://doi.org/10.31642/JoKMC/2018/090203