UAV: A Novel Approach Towards Armed Conflicts

Chalamaneni Jeevan Prasad*, Uppalapati Somalatha**
*Department of Electronic Communication and Engineering, VEMU Institute of Technology, Andhra Pradesh, India.
**Indian Institute of Technology, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Periodicity:March - May'2019


In this paper, the rapidly emerging global landscape, introduction, working, and new implementations of remotely piloted aerial vehicles which will be highly effective for use in defence has been explained. This paper presents a novel way for effective functioning and to reduce the problems encountered by military personnel. This UAV is merely different from that of the existing UAVs. This UAV possesses single propeller connected to a brushless motor present in the middle of the UAV and it has excellent subsystem with a good recovery system, which will be useful in recovering data back. It has the technology that can reproduce its energy (power) back as a boots trapper is connected to the rotor where it will power back. It has different sensors like Ultrasonic Sensor (to detect obstacle), Chemical Sensor (to detect chemicals), Sensing Sensor (to operate UAV), etc. It can not only fly, but also can move on the earth. It can adjust to various o environmental conditions. It has a good battery system (it can work for long time). The camera can rotate in 360 and it will give 3D image processing. It works not only on GPS, but also on sensor. This UAV contains high security to data, if caught by an opponent they cannot read the data. If anyone wants to see data, then the person who is operating or the commander chief's biometric is needed. The UAV has an option of auto pilot (autonomous riding capacity). This research work mainly deals with army personnel as these type of UAVs could save many lives. Finally, the paper identifies a specific comprehensive manner for the future policy in military applications.


Armed Services, UAV, Drone, Aerial Vehicle, Sensors in UAV, New Technologies in UAV.

How to Cite this Article?

Prasad, C. J., Somalatha, U. (2019). UAV: A Novel Approach Towards Armed Conflicts. i-manager's Journal on Electronics Engineering, 9(3), 32-37.


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