PID Flight Controller for Quadcopter and it’s Simulation
Yash Pawar, Sourabh Prasad, Vedant Wakhare, Kunal Patil, Sangita Bharkhad
Quadcopters, also known as drone, are popular with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). They are widely used in many applications due to their small size and high security. In this article, RC quadcopter is designed and built using PID (Proportional Integral Derivative) controller and simulated using Godot Engine. The simulation in Godot allows for real- time visualization of the quadcopter’s behavior, providing an interactive platform for testing and analyzing different control strategies. The paper involves creating the quadcopter model, implementing the PID controller algorithm, and integrating sensor feedback and actuator dynamics into the simulation. The simulation environment enables the exploration of various flight scenarios, including response to external disturbances and changes in environmental conditions. The pitch, roll, yaw and position response of the quadcopter is obtained and a PID controller is used to stabilize the system response. The operation and performance of the quadcopter and combat algorithms were tested in the simulator and the desired results were obtained.
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Unique Paper ID: 160429

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 1451 - 1458
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