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 searchwing-drohne-allgemein [2019/07/06 20:03]beckmanf created searchwing-drohne-allgemein [2020/01/29 09:26] (current)bjoernh1 [Images per Mission] 2020/01/29 09:26 bjoernh1 [Images per Mission] 2020/01/28 22:24 bjoernh1 2019/10/05 20:56 beckmanf Books2019/07/06 20:03 beckmanf created 2020/01/29 09:26 bjoernh1 [Images per Mission] 2020/01/28 22:24 bjoernh1 2019/10/05 20:56 beckmanf Books2019/07/06 20:03 beckmanf created Line 3: Line 3: ==== Vergleich Suchleistung ==== ==== Vergleich Suchleistung ==== - {{ ::​sw-areacalc.pdf | Friedrich Beckmann, Searchwing - Search Area Calculations,​ January 2019}} + {{:​sw-areacalc.pdf|Friedrich Beckmann, Searchwing - Search Area Calculations,​ January 2019}} + + ==== Books ==== + + [[https://​soaneemrana.org/​onewebmedia/​MECHANICS OF FLIGHT BY A.C KERMODE.pdf|A.C. Kermode, Mechanics of Flight, Pearson 2006]] + + [[https://​ntrs.nasa.gov/​search.jsp?​R=19760003955|T.A. Talay, Introduction to the aerodynamics of flight, NASA Technical Report NASA-SP-367,​ 1975]] + + ==== Images per Mission ==== + + As described in "​Searchwing - Search Area Calculations"​ page 4, at 550 m attitude a vertical field of vision (image) is 495 m long (Table 4). For covering boots at the surroundings of an image an overlapping of 5 % is needed, so that approximately every 470m an image is taken. + + With a avg flight speed of 13,8 m/s the drone is moving to a new image every 34,06 seconds. This means with a mission time of 1 hour we shot approximately 106 Images. An image has a avg size of 1 MB, so every mission produce approximately 106 MB of images per hour, per Camera. + + Raspberry Zero W can transfer images over Wifi with 4,46 MB/s, so 23,77 seconds is needed for transmitting the images to a laptop.
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