Study on the High-Reliability and Low-Latency Communication Algorithm for Wireless Identification of Low-Altitude Small Drones
Mihail L. Sichitiu
Project runs from 05/01/2020 to 11/30/2020
Due to the tremendous growth of the drone industry, there is a growing concern for public safety and personal privacy. As drones become smarter and faster, remotely controlled drones can be utilized for illegal activities like nefarious surveillance of critical infrastructure or invasion of privacy. With the current anti-drone solution, it is difficult to deal with new challenges and threats. Note that anti-drone technologies can provide detection, location, tracking, identification, and mitigation against low-altitude small drones. Using the anti-drone technologies, law enforcement can easily detect abnormal behaviors and respond accordingly. First of all, we develop anti-drone technologies that can communicate a drone’s unique information (drone ID, etc.) to a ground node in order to deal with drone criminals and accidents. To this end, we will study high-reliability and low-latency communication algorithm for wireless identification of low-altitude small drones.