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Aerial Robots in a flight arena

Several models of flying robots, as quadrotors and hexarotors aerial robots, in a delimited flight arena of 6mx4mx5m (l,w,h) enclosed by a protective net. The ground is covered by protective mattresses. The arena is equipped with a motion capture system.

Key features:
  • ground covered by protective mattresses
  • 6m length × 4m width × 5m height flying secure area enclosed by a protective net
  • 9 infrared cameras for motion tracking
Possible applications:
  • Aerial Manipulation
  • Monitoring and mapping
  • Aerial transportation
  • Multi-robot planning and control
  • Aerial Inspection

Technical specifications

Hexa-rotors:Number: 2, Mass: 2 Kg ,Diameter: 115cm, Fully Actuated
Quad-rotors:Number: 4, Mass: 1.3 Kg, Diameter: 75cm

Access information

Corresponding infrastructureCentre national de la recherche scientifique
The Department of Robotics of LAAS
Location7 Avenue du Colonel Roche, 31400 Toulouse, France
Unit of accessWorking day


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