A Petri Net Based Simulation for Multiple Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
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Nowadays more and more Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are being mass produced and are being used for a lot of activities like exploring never before explored areas of the world, recreational work, rescue missions etc. In today’s world violence and attacks have increased and to have personnel in such extreme places will always result in loss of life. To help reduce the loss of lives in situations like this we can use these Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to sweep the affected areas and also attack identified targets. The objective of my study is to create a simulation where multiple UAVs can perform a sweeping search and attack targets. This is a stepping-stone in the development of more unique ways in which we can use Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to save lives and to move towards the future of working side by sides with humans.