Document Type : Research Note

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1 Assistant Professor. Aerospace Research Institute, Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, Tehran, Iran.

2 Research Expert. Aerospace Research Institute, Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, Tehran, Iran.

Abstract

The growth and use of smartphones have become a pervasive issue in many countries. On the other hand, one of the new and applied technologies that have been able to attract many enthusiasts is the civilian vertical drones or multi-rotors. The diverse and sometimes unique capabilities of flying robots (unmanned aerial vehicles) compared to manned aircraft, along with the much lower operating costs of these devices, have increased the exploitation and development of new applications of flying robots in recent years. One way to develop and implement flying robots for the general public is to reduce the cost of flying robots, making them accessible and easy to use without special training for these devices; The proposed solution for this issue is the development of mobile-based flying robots. ‌‌

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