Simulation and performance evaluation of UAV Control for civil applications

  • Malath Adnan AlZubaidi Warsaw university of Technology
Keywords: drone, UAV control, Civil application, PID Control


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.

How to Cite
AlZubaidi, M. (2024). Simulation and performance evaluation of UAV Control for civil applications. Association of Arab Universities Journal of Engineering Sciences, 30(4), 23-31.