No Flight Zone Project

Submitting: Omri Ackerman, Yoav Zioni, Ori Scharam

The project objective was to create a simulated no-flight zone. This no flight zone will be monitored by a camera and an IR sensor, and by using the algorithm we developed is able to prevent any remote controlled helicopter movement by forcing it to land.
In order to achieve our goal, we have set ourselves with a few key targets:
Detect the helicopter in the zone.
Record the IR communication between the helicopter and the remote.
Detect the direction of its movement in every moment.
Find an IR packet which will cause the helicopter to land.
Send this packet to the helicopter in order to prevent him from flying inside the zone.
We have prepared a presentation which will explain how did we tackled each task and will show the final solution that we came up with.
The presentation can be download here :
Simulated no flight zone.pptx
For presentation video click here

In the next video, we demonstrate the flow of our algorithm over time. You can see where every step in the algorithm that we’ve shown before fits in the process of landing the helicopter.
For Demonstration video click here

We want to thank Dr. Feldman Dan and the RBD lab team.

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