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Do Networks Fly: A Review on FANET

Shashi Bhushan

Abstract


During the previous decades, a lot of work has been done on UAVs due to advancement in the electronics, sensor fields which makes UAVs less costly. UAVs are a component of UAS, which include a UAV, a ground-based controller, and a system of communications between the two. To cope up with the problem of disaster recovery efficiently there is a need to use an intelligent and sophisticated technology called flying ad hoc network which can provide recovery help in time through communication and coordination between UAVs. Flying ad-hoc network technology is explored and its various applications and advantages are discussed. In this paper, we also compare it with the traditional ad-hoc networks like MANET and VANET.


Keywords


Flying ad-hoc network; mobile ad-hoc network; unmanned aerial vehicles; unmanned aircraft system; vehicular ad-hoc network

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Shashi Bhushan. Do Networks Fly: A Review on FANET. Journal of Automobile Engineering and Applications. 2019; 6(2): 13–19p.


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