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Join MathWorks engineer, Ryan Gordon, as he demonstrates how to build a quadcopter simulation by importing data from a 3D CAD program into Simulink. Using this simulation he will then design a simple controller that will allow the vehicle to take off and hover. The modeling, simulation, and control principles used in this webinar can be applied to systems of varying complexity.
About the Presenter: Ryan Gordon has over 6 years of experience with MATLAB and Simulink. Prior to joining MathWorks Ryan developed guidance and control systems for unmanned aircraft.
make another video ( how to apply thrust and connect to world)
Can you share the final simulink model file to firstname.lastname@example.org
Great sir, Could you please send me the CAD file to email@example.com ??
Where can I find the CAD file for the quadcopter?
great job….where i can find the models???
Hello, did someone worked Quadcopter – MPC Controller with Simulink? My email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where in matlb I vl get these blocks for modelling… please help
Geometric control? Or something else?
Thank you for sharing so wonderful works.
I get some troubles about rigid transform. This block is quite effective. However, one cannot easily obtain the parameters of transformation. Do you guys have any effective methods.
Thank you !
Could you help me set up the properties of ProR ?
how do you make it on the end of the bar?thanks!
Can you give me file CAD(solidwork ) ?? thanks
Can you teaching to me? Help me, please
Where your coding, mr. Matlab?
you can give me Simulink simulation files email@example.com
hello, I have one question is since the torque of the rotor will generate the lift force, so how the torque and the force connected? I mean it seems need to design low-level control to guarantee the generated force match the desired force, and what’s the output of your controller? Thanks.