An anti-drone device based on capture technology is a paper by Yingzi Chen, Zhiqing Li, Longchuan Li, Shugen Ma, Fuchun Zhang, and Chao Fan.
This paper presents the development of a capture device utilizing advanced capture technology to address the issues arising from drone hacking. The design, simulation, control scheme, and implementation of the capture device are introduced. To prevent the scattering of the capture net, a protective cover is incorporated into the design. The device employs a high-power driver to ensure simultaneous motion of the surrounding six launch mechanisms. Feasibility is confirmed through experimental testing, including capturing targets and conducting pull-of-force tests to assess the stability of the capture net. Compared to existing capture methods, the proposed device offers adjustable settings, rapid response, reliability, environmental friendliness, and the ability to capture targets without causing damage.
Publication Date: September 2022
An anti-drone device based on capture technology contains the following main sections:
- Hardware Design
- Parameter Calculation
- Dynamical Modeling
- Kinematics Simulation
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