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SILVA BOHORQUEZ, Andrés Felipe; PENA CORTES, César Augusto  and  MENDOZA, Luis Enrique. Inspection and monitoring system using an aerial robot guided by artificial vision. Iteckne [online]. 2013, vol.10, n.2, pp.190-198. ISSN 1692-1798.

This paper presents the development of an inspection system and monitoring which processes the onboard camera images in order to perform an autonomous or semi-autonomous navigation, depending on how the user specified. The aerial device used is a quadrotor, which is implemented several strategies servovisual control to determine the orientation, the position thereof and thus follow a path demarcated. The images of the second aerial robot camera are transmitted over the network allowing remote inspection of the place you want to confront. Checks were made corresponding to the controllers, showing that the robot follows diverse types of air paths satisfactorily.

Keywords : Autonomous; inspection; navigation; aerial robot; vision.

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