Electromechanical Engineering Department at UOT holds an online workshop about Free Conference Call platform about (increasing the efficiency of drones by compatibility of navigation systems)
Electromechanical Engineering Department at UOT holds an online workshop about Free Conference Call entitled (Increasing the efficiency of drones by compatibility of the inertial navigation system (INS) and the global positioning system (GPS)).
The lecture was delivered by Assist. Prof. Dr. Saadi Turid Kurdi.
The workshop dealt with the types and forms of navigation in general, such as air, land and sea navigation, and air navigation is considered one of the most difficult types of navigation because it differs from other types cause there is no signs in the air or residents can asked by the pilot in addition to its high speed and the inability to stop to check the place, thus the matter becomes more difficult, and air navigation is used as a means of transporting passengers and goods as it is used on the military side ,,, through specific air routes and paths that allow its users to pass through those paths that pilots know well and abide by the rules and laws that regulate that Hence the need for broad attention to navigational systems, development and modernization to keep pace with the huge development in aircraft manufacturing technology, especially UAVs, because the practical ability of planes in general, and especially drones, depends mainly on the accuracy, robustness, and potential of complex navigation systems. There are several types of navigational systems that are best at performing the functioning of drones: the INS system and the global positioning system (GPS). In this workshop, the process of compatibility of the two systems to work in drones as one was highlighted without prejudice to the work of each. And take the optimum and the best of each of them.