Pursuit-Evasion

Students : Abraham P. Vinod, Baisravan Hom Chaudhuri, Christoph Hintz, Shakeeb Ahmad, Greg Brunson

Funding : Sandia National Labs

This research focuses on Aerial Suppression of Airborne Platform (ASAP). A famous pursuit-evasion problem is solved using forward stochastic reachability. The work is done in collaboration with Sandia National Labs and Dr. Meeko Oishi’s group at UNM. The problem focuses on pursuer’s trajectory planning to intercept the threat before it reaches the asset.

 

 

[1] Vinod, Abraham, Baisravan HomChaudhuri, Christoph Hintz, Anup Parikh, Stephen Buerger, Meeko Oishi, Gregory Paul Brunson, Shakeeb Ahmad, and Rafael Fierro. Multiple Pursuer-Based Intercept via Forward Stochastic Reachability. No. SAND2018-1906C. Sandia National Lab.(SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States); Sandia National Laboratories, null, 2018.

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