• Project Explorer

    Project Explorer

    The TU Delft participated in Project Explorer to enhance the operational possibilities of unmanned aerial vehicles for use by Police, Fireman or other government entities. The TU Delft worked on regulatory aspects as well as […]

     
  • Vision Based Landing

    Intelligent Vision-based Landing System of UAVs

    Background The capability of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to perform landing task is essential for the autonomous operation, especially when they are outside line-of-sight. For autonomous landing, these vehicles need to know by themselves which areas are safe to […]

     
  • Github

    Github

    The MAVLab participates in several open source projects. The projects can be found on github: http://www.github.com/tudelft/  

     
  • Hear and Avoid

    Hear and Avoid

    Being allowed to operate an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) in operational airspace requires certification of the aircraft while guaranteeing the ability to avoid other vehicles operating in the same airspace. Humans rely on there sensory […]

     
  • DelFly

    DelFly

    In the DelFly project, we design and study autonomous flapping wing MAVs. Our approach is to always work with flying platforms that can carry payload such as a camera. On the one hand, we work […]

     
  • swarm art

    6 DelFly’s in Swarm Art

     
  • DelFly Micro

    DelFly Micro is the smallest camera equipped aircraft in the world

    DelFly Micro is the “Smallest camera equipped Airplane” is the world (*Guiness Book of Records 2008). Read the full TUDelft article about DelFly here. Visit the delfly website at: http://www.delfly.nl/

     
  • Micro Air Vehicles

    2009 D. Lentink, S. R. Jongerius, and N. L. Bradshaw, “The scalable design of flapping micro-air vehicles inspired by insect flight,” , D. Floreano, Z. J.C., M. V. Srinivasan, and C. Ellington, Eds., Springer-Verlag Berlin, […]

     
  • Autonomous flight of Micro to Nano Air Vehicles

    Paparazzi Lisa-S Autopilot The challenges in autonomous flight of MAVs derive from the stringent weight and power requirements of MAVs. For example, the DelFly II flapping wing MAV weighs around 16 gram, including battery, sensors, […]