Dual-Mode Drone, Ground and Air, Will Integrate with Galileo Nav System

Dual-Mode Drone, Ground and Air, Will Integrate with Galileo Nav System

The Hybrid UAV-UGV for Efficient Relocation of Vessels (HUUVER) creates a platform combining two varieties of propulsion methods, flight and floor traction, in a compact and extremely built-in autonomous system.

HUUVER

HUUVER

The HUUVER drone would be the first absolutely built-in with the Galileo navigation system, making the most of the authentication service and exact navigation resolution. The system may even embody a server-based software related to the drone with options like planning and administration of the drone mission and navigation. An necessary a part of the system is a cellular mission launch and management instrument.

HUUVER connects some great benefits of each flying and driving machines, enabling nearly all-terrain actions resembling flying, perching, driving, climbing, vertical take-off and touchdown. It will likely be constructed to carry out skilled missions in numerous,tough situations, in a position to attain floor areas unaccessible by air and vice versa.

An software will likely be out there for obtain on cellular gadgets enabling customers to test the provision of the drone and name it to carry out a rescue mission, watch the drone localization, its time to arrival, well being of the system and lots of others in reference to standing of the mission.

HUUVER

HUUVER is a global undertaking developed by seven entities from 5 UE member states: Poland, Austria, Finland, Czech Republic and Spain. The undertaking Partners are Cervi Robotics / Dronehub, Brimatech, Rectangle
Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology (LUT), everis, GINA Software annd Bladescape

The undertaking has obtained funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 analysis and innovation programme beneath grant settlement No 870236.