Executive Education_ISAE-SUPAERO_brochure_2023-2024

Drones systems: design and mission - HAD500 Course supervisor: Christophe Duverger, THALES Key contents: Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Systems. Concepts and use cases: military and civil operations, regulations; air vehicle classification and main vehicles description; systems architecture and certification; payloads description and interest; trends: market, roadmaps, programs, studies and future needs. Payload and sensors for UAVs - HAD501 Course supervisor: Nicolas Rivière, ONERA Key contents: Review of sensors and payloads for UAVs: EO/IR sensors, radars, laser range finders, LiDAR. Image processing. Introduction to navigation through vision, SLAM. Drone safety and airworthiness - HAD502 Course supervisor: Catherine Ronflé-Nadaud, DGAC Key contents: UAS (Unmanned Aircraft System) operations are risk-based while access to the airspace is performance-based. This module presents how UAS airworthiness is managed depending on the operation and how the air risk could be mitigated with UAS traffic management. Drone guidance and navigation - HAD503 Course supervisor: Yves Brière, ISAE-SUPAERO Key contents: Architecture of embedded systems as applied to drones: autopilots, sensors, Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), modems. Basic concepts of guidance and navigation for drones. Practical lab work sessions on quadrotors. VTOL Drones - HAD506 Course supervisor: Damien Chevrey, AIRBUS HELICOPTERS - Marignane Key contents: Introduction to VTOL Drones, autonomy levels, navigation in hostile environment, communication performance, ship-deck landing. Military and civil architectures, artificial-intelligence-based autonomous architecture. HAD1 - UAV Systems AERONAUTICS ///////// 11