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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Valeriy Buglak
Attitude Control Subsystem Development
10
2017
Abstract

This paper present a project that will describe the development of a universal and autonomous measurement module of object attitude control. An analysis of existing technical solutions of attitude control. The structural scheme and algorithm of the device operation is developed. The communication protocol for wireless connection to the PC is selected. The main components of the device for monitoring the position of an object are selected. An electrical circuit diagram of the module is developed. The development environment for the software is selected, and software for the microcontroller and PC is developed. At the end, the developed subsystem of object attitude control is tested.

The measurement module for three-dimension object control may be used in spacecraft, aircraft, military or IT-industry where it is important to control object position and its tilt. Further development will include upgrading connection with PC, adding support for iOS and Android OS, increasing work in autonomous mode from the storage battery and make better accuracy of measure.

The paper includes 76 pages, 50 illustrations and 10 sources.

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