In the name of of Allah the Merciful

UAV Swarm Networks: Models, Protocols, and Systems

Fei Hu, DongXiu Ou, Xin-lin Huang | 0367457393, 978-0367457396, 9780367457396

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UAV swarm network has been used in many critical applications, such as disaster recovery, area surveillance, weather monitoring, and military communications. There are many challenging R&D issues in UAV network designs, such as the hardware/software integration for a large-scale UAV network management, long-distance data transmissions among UAVs, swarm shape/formation control, and intelligent UAV mobility/position prediction. This book will be the first one to cover the engineering designs (especially network protocol designs) for dynamic, large-scale UAV network. It has the technical models/algorithms and protocol specifications for practical UAV swarm network deployment.


•Includes chapters written by professors, researchers, engineers, and experts in UAV networking fields

•Details network protocol descriptions for practical engineering designs

•Covers 7-layer protocols (particularly data routing layer)

•Presents novel AI models/algorithms for intelligent UAV swarming/networking control

•Highlights practical hardware/software implementations for advanced UAV networks

This book is suitable to a variety of audiences: (1) industry UAV R&D engineers, administrators, or technicians, who would like to grasp the latest trends in UAV communications; (2) college graduate students or researchers, who may want to pursue some advanced research on large-scale UAV swarming and networking technologies; (3) government agencies that determine the future society development in this exciting field; and (4) other interested readers with a strong desire to understand the challenges of designing a QoS-oriented UAV network.

The book editors are: Dr. Fei Hu, Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA; Dr. Xin-Lin Huang, Professor in Information and Communication Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, China; and Dr. DongXiu Ou, Professor in Transportation Information Institute at Tongji University, Shanghai, China.