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UCK 468 - Guidance Control and Navigation

Course Objectives

By the end of this course, you should be able to
• Build mathematical models of basic mechanical and mechatronic systems and, based on these models, know how to build mathematical models of more complex systems.
• Develop motion and measurement models for a large variety of vehicles and sensors
• Implement modeling and feedback control theory on real testbeds
• Understand different sensor mechanisms for guidance and control
• Design models for guidance and autopilot
• Straight line path following, way-point navigation and orbit following

Course Description

This course presents the fundamentals of Guidance, Control & Navigation. Topics on design models in Guidance include autopilot model, kinematic model of controlled flight, kinematic guidance models and dynamic guidance models. 1/8 scaled RC ground robots are planned to be used as testbenches to implement lab tasks. The kinematics/dynamics, flight stability and control of quadrotor vehicles are reviewed during the last phase of our course.
Additionally, we will discuss the background straight line, orbit following and different methodologies for waypoint navigation. This course also includes the related topics on introduction to control. This reminding part is for your convenience while conducting your lab experiments. An emphasis on examples from recent research in the area pervades the course content.

• The concept applies to many systems that stem from a diverse set of aerospace, mechanical, chemical and electronic engineering applications.
• Our class focus is on principles of dynamic modeling, controller design and navigation missions for mechanical and mechatronic systems.

• These principles can easily be applied to problem solving in other disciplines.

Course Coordinator
İsmail Bayezit
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