Simulation and performance evaluation of UAV Control for civil applications
An unmanned aerial vehicle is referred to as a drone; as drones are used as a lower risk alternative for people on dangerous missions and employed in a range of services, they have attracted interest from many business, research, security and service sectors. However, the drone must maintain a stable altitude to avoid accidents such as unexpected falls or head-on collisions with buildings. In this paper the PID control system is proposed to maintain the altitude of the drone, PID control, also known as proportional-integral-derivative control, is a feedback mechanism used in a control system. this kind of control, often known as three-term control, is offered by a PID controller, by computing and manipulating three parameters, the proportional (Kp), integral (Ki), and derivative (Kd) of how much a process variable deviates from the target set point value. we may carry out a variety of control actions for a particular piece of work. the simulation result shows an improvement in the system and response parameters, the PID can therefore accurately support order performance in the UAV system.