• Shuchi Dubey, Mrs. Megha Soni


Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones, have seen significant advancements and applications in recent years. Drones have found applications in various fields, including military, commercial cargo transport, and 3-D mapping. Their versatility allows them to be used for a wide range of tasksin wireless systems. On the one hand, UAVs can be used as aerial base stations to enhance coverage, capacity, reliability, and energy efficiency of wireless networks. On the other hand, UAVs can operate as flying mobile terminals within a cellular network. Such cellular-connected UAVs can enable several applications ranging from real-time video streaming to item delivery. This includes quick response applications, media coverage, communication infrastructure maintenance, agriculture (horticulturalists), and more. Drones can serve various roles in emergency situations. They can act as path guiders for emergency services to reach locations quickly, and they can even be equipped with fire extinguishing equipment to combat fires in hard-to-reach areas. UAV technology benefits from advancements in automated technology, making them increasingly capable of performing complex tasks with minimal human intervention. As technology continues to evolve, the potential applications for UAVs in civilian and commercial sectors will likely expand further. Regulatory frameworks and safety considerations will play a crucial role in shaping the future of drone technology. Finally, various analytical frameworks and mathematical tools such as optimization theory, machine learning, stochastic geometry, transport theory, and game theory are described. The use of such tools for addressing unique UAV problems is also presented. In a nutshell, this tutorial provides key guidelines on how to analyze, optimize, and design UAV-based wireless communication systems. Keywords: UAV, Drones, wireless communication system.
How to Cite
Shuchi Dubey, Mrs. Megha Soni. (1). AN ANALYTICAL REVIEW ON UNMANNED ARIAL VEHICLE. International Journal Of Innovation In Engineering Research & Management UGC APPROVED NO. 48708, EFI 5.89, WORLD SCINTIFIC IF 6.33, 10(5), 01-07. Retrieved from