Preliminary Assessment for Inshore Fishing UAV (ISFUAV)

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Abstract: The development and entry into service of unmanned air vehicle (UAV) systems has a long, history. Unfortunately, the vision of engineers and scientist is have seldom matched that of administrators, regulators or financiers. The availability of UAV systems has also often depended upon the maturation of the requisite technology. UAV systems are now being operated by several military forces and currently, to a more limited extent, by civilian organizations. Civilan organizations, however, may eventually expand to exceed, in number and diversity, those of the military [1]. UAV are now use in many domains to perform tasks that may cause risk to human life or in the surveillance of the suicide sites to prevent young people in depression to from committing suicide. UAV are also used to collect information to support decision making during crises, in monitoring disasters sites, for assisting rescue teams during the rescue operations and the list goes on. Given the capability of UAV to perform many civilian tasks to contribute to a sustainable society, this paper assesses what is needed to move the UAV to the fishing industry in order to develop the Inshore Fishing Unmanned Aerial vehicle (ISFUAV). The assessment consists of how to combine real fishing materials, their fishing material weight in relation to the ISFUAV, and the system capable of carrying those fishing materials to the fishing area into the sea and depth zone fishing.

Zacharie Mbaitiga and Honda Kyuhei

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National Institute of Technology, Okinawa College

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Vol. 3, Issue 2

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