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Published February 29, 2020 | Version v1
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Design and Implementation of UAV Architecture for Delivering Medical Products

  • 1. Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, National Engineering College, kovilpatti, India.
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Unmanned Aerial vehicles (UAVs) likewise regularly alluded to as automatons, and are increasing incredible research intrigue, consideration as a significant future innovation. These vehicles have almost boundless potential essentially because of their high mobility and small scale size, that permits their utilization in different applications. Among numerous kinds of UAVs, the multi-copter UAVs with 4 rotors (quadcopter) are being utilized and used regularly. Automatons are semi-self-governing airplanes that can be controlled and worked remotely. Economically accessible automatons are progressively being utilized in an assortment of uses. It is being used in a variety of applications such as,3-D mapping, disaster monitoring, aerial packet delivery, photography and filming, and very useful in the field of monitoring and surveillance also in unmanned cargo system .Recent innovations made huge growth in this field that made the researchers to develop applications which are useful in the field of medicine to deliver drugs ,blood products in remote areas. A medical drugs is delivered to the person based on the location which was identified through GPS module .This system offers the medicine to be delivered to the right person and at right time.



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