Quadcopters are classified as rotorcraft, as opposed to fixed-wing aircraft, because their lift is generated by a set of rotors (vertically oriented propellers).
Quadcopters generally use two pairs of identical fixed pitched propellers; two clockwise (CW) and two counter-clockwise (CCW). These use independent variation of the speed of each rotor to achieve control. By changing the speed of each rotor it is possible to specifically generate a desired total thrust; to locate for the center of thrust both laterally and longitudinally; and to create a desired total torque, or turning force.
At a small size, quadcopters are cheaper and more durable than conventional helicopters due to their mechanical simplicity. Their smaller blades are also advantageous because they possess less kinetic energy, reducing their ability to cause damage. For small-scale quadcopters, this makes the vehicles safer for close interaction.
In these kinds of robots, choosing the controller is an important part. Below you can see the controller of our quadrotor.
Features and capabilities
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- The body is carbon fiber made & can be changed.
- Ability to add a GPS module
- Ability to add an ultrasonic sensor to control the height
- Ability to add a connection module to transmit the data
- Ability to transmit the video to the base online
- Ability to fly for 7-10 minutes using this battery
- Ability to promote the battery
- This set can be customized & used for industrial applications