given by keynote speaker Anders La Cour Harbo of Aalborg University
UAS are become more and more popular as commercial products both for military and civilian use. The foundation for this development have been years of public and private research in materials, miniaturization, software, and control algorithms. But much more research are necessary to fully realize the potential of small and large unmanned aircraft. This key note speak discusses this need and how to address it in the coming years.
About Aalborg University: The Department of Electronic Systems conducts research, provides teaching and disseminates knowledge within electronics and ICT, and engages in research within a wide range of disciplines, including acoustics, mobile communication, energy systems, multimedia, antennas and automation and control. It is the biggest department at Aalborg University with 75 faculty staff and 70 PhD students, and the Control & Automation group within the Department counts 25 faculty staff and is actively involved with modeling, analysis and synthesis of control systems and is recognized worldwide for contributions to industrial control. A key focus area for the Department is robotic technology.
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