Fabrication and Evaluation of the Inshore Fishing UAV Gripper

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Abstract: UAV is defined as Unmanned Aerial Vehicle with some greater or lesser degree of ‘automatic intelligence’ part of an unmanned aircraft systems. Although all UAV systems have many elements other than the air vehicles, UAVs are usually categorized by the capability or size of the air vehicle that is required to carry out the mission. However, it is possible that one system may employ more than one type of air vehicle to cover different types of missions, and that may pose a problem in its designation. However, these definitions are constantly being changed as technology advances, allowing a smaller system to take on the roles of the one above. The boundaries, therefore, are often blurred so that the following definitions can only be approximate and subject to change. The main challenge in design and making any system for integration into the main research system, such as robot or UAV, requires careful attention on the interaction of each electric and electrical unit or component on the circuit board. This paper highlights the fabrication and the evaluation of the Inshore Fishing UAV gripper, the acrylic board, and the wireless communication module. The communication transmission distance between the UAV on shore and UAV over the sea is about 1 kilometer with stable flight.

Keywords: UAV; UAS; Gripper; Drone; Seashore; twe-litle.

Mbaitiga Zacharie and Kyuhei Honda

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National Institute of Technology, Okinawa College, Japan

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Vol. 4, Issue 1

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