In the context of emergency scenarios, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are extremely important instruments, in particular during monitoring tasks and in relation to the Post-Disaster assessment phase. The current paper describes a summary of the work performed during PRISMA [1], a project focused on the development and deployment of robots and autonomous systems able to operate in emergency scenarios, with a specific reference to monitoring and real-time intervention. Among other aspects, the investigation of strategies for mapping and for path following, for the implementation of Human-Swarm Interfaces and for the coverage of large areas have been performed, and they will be here summarized.

The project PRISMA: Post-Disaster assessment with UAVs

Recchiuto, Carmine;Sgorbissa, Antonio
2017

Abstract

In the context of emergency scenarios, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are extremely important instruments, in particular during monitoring tasks and in relation to the Post-Disaster assessment phase. The current paper describes a summary of the work performed during PRISMA [1], a project focused on the development and deployment of robots and autonomous systems able to operate in emergency scenarios, with a specific reference to monitoring and real-time intervention. Among other aspects, the investigation of strategies for mapping and for path following, for the implementation of Human-Swarm Interfaces and for the coverage of large areas have been performed, and they will be here summarized.
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