Agus Budiyono

Agus Budiyono
IPMI International Business School · Department of Business Management

BSAE, MSc-Aero-Astro, E.A.A., PhD

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Introduction
I am presently leading an initiative in the International Society of Intelligent Unmanned System launching and managing its official journals: ojs.unsysdigital.com To join the society click http://linkd.in/16lbC3M   My research is focused on the application of frontier technologies for unmanned vehicles. To join my professional network, click http://linkd.in/Y54wtG
Additional affiliations
December 2015 - present
RMIT University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
December 2015 - present
RMIT University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
March 2013 - October 2015
Konkuk University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Education
February 1998 - February 2000
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Field of study
  • Aeronautics and Astronautics
February 1995 - February 1998
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Field of study
  • Aeronautics and Astronautics

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Publications (146)
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The use of small scale helicopters for diverse scientific and commercial applications has gained much popularity in the recent past. Their agility has made them an ideal option for various missions ranging from weather research, agriculture, aerial surveillance to power line inspection. Compared to their full scale counterparts, however, the small...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to design a model‐based robust controller for autonomous hovering of a small‐scale helicopter. Design/methodology/approach The model is developed using prediction error minimization (PEM) system identification method implemented to flight data. Based on the extracted linear model, an H ∞ controller is synthesiz...
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The problem of stabilization of a model helicopter in a hover configuration subject to parametric uncertainty and external disturbances is addressed. Multiinput multioutput (MIMO) proportional-integral-derivative (PID) control law is reformulated into a full-state feedback control law to synthesize the controller by using robust H∞ control theory....
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Thesis (M.S.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1998. Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-165). by Agus Budiyono. M.S.
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Compared with those of a fixed-wing aircraft, the dynamics of a rotorcraft are significantly more complex. One of the major challenges in the design of an autonomous helicopter is the development of a flight dynamic model, which can be useful for simulation studies and for the design of control law and navigational aspects. There is always a trade-...
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The control design for unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) is challenging due to the uncertainties in the complex dynamic modeling of the vehicle as well as its unstructured operational environment. To cope with these difficulties, a practical robust control is therefore desirable. The paper deals with the application of coefficient diagram method...
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The paper presents the design, development and testing activities of the multi-rotorcraft-based unmanned aerial vehicle at the Center for Unmanned System Studies, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Indonesia. The multi-rotor system was selected as the design stepping stone for future development of personal aerial vehicle prototypes. A step-by-step...
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By the development of recent technology, a new variant of rotorcrafts having four rotors start drawing attention from aerial-robotics engineers more than before. Its potential spans from just being control device test bed to performing difficult task such as carrying surveillance device to unreachable places. In this regards, modeling a quad-rotor...
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A mini scale helicopter poses complex dynamics and is difficult to control. Compared to its full size counterparts, the model of mini scale helicopter exhibits not only increased sensitivity to control inputs and disturbances, but also higher bandwidth of its dynamics. The transition dynamics between modes can be formulated as a hybrid system. This...
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Recent decades have witnessed increased interest in the design, development and testing of unmanned underwater vehicles for various civil and military missions. A great array of vehicle types and applications has been produced along with a wide range of innovative approaches for enhancing the performance of UUVs. Key technology advances in the rele...
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Shrimp ROV is the most recent underwater vehicle that has been developed at Center for Unmanned System Studies (CentrUMS)-ITB. This type of vehicle is typically designed for environmental or scientific surveillance mission as well as for Small Observation ROV with military functions. One of them is Minesweeper ROV. The present study consists the th...
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The operational demand for unmanned underwater vehicles has been growing rapidly in the recent past. For long range operations, such as oceanographic exploration and surveying, autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) which are equipped with on-board power and advanced control and navigation, have more promises to carry out tasks with the minimum oper...
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Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) is developed for various applications from civil until military requirement. One of the most important UUV missions is surveillance including mapping of marine resources and monitoring of the sea environment to prevent the destructive activities. Underwater security becomes more crucial for the country that's have...
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Shrimp ROV is the most recent underwater vehicle that has been developed at Center for Unmanned System Studies (CentrUMS)-ITB. This type of vehicle is typically designed for environmental or scientific surveillance mission as well as for Small Observation ROV with military functions. One of them is Minesweeper ROV. The present study consists the th...
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As part of a continuous research and development of underwater robotics technology at ITB, a vision-based distance measurement system for an Unmanned Underwater vehicle (UUV) has been designed. The proposed system can be used to predict horizontal distance between underwater vehicle and wall in front of vehicle. At the same time, it can be used to...
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Developing an autonomous rotorcraft-based unmanned aerial vehicle presents higher level and difficult challenges than most of the robots in general. A miniature rotorcraft, with four control inputs and six degrees of freedom, has an inherently multivariable behavior that exhibits coupling effects among the different axes of motion. The dynamics of...
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Design and development of unmanned aerial vehicles has attracted increased interest in the recent past. Rotorcraft UAVs, in particular have more challenges than its fixed wing counterparts. More research and experiments have been conducted to study the stability and control of RUAVs. A model-based control system design is particularly of our intere...
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The control of small-scale helicopter is a MIMO problem. To use the classical control approach to formally solve a MIMO problem, one needs to come up with multi-dimensional Root Locus diagram to tune the control parameters. The problem with the required dimension of the RL diagram for MIMO design has forced the design procedure of classical approac...
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The establishment of global helicopter linear model is indispensable for the design of an onboard autonomous control system by using linear control laws. To date, however, it has never been afforded in the literatures. In the first principle approach, the mathematical model is developed using basic helicopter theory accounting for particular charac...
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By the development of recent technology, a new variant of rotorcrafts having four rotors start drawing attention from aerial-robotics engineers more than before. Its potential spans from just being control device test bed to performing difficult task such as carrying surveillance device to unreachable places. In this regards, modeling a quad-rotor...
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In this paper, a simple design of locomotive module for snake-mimetic robots has been proposed. The proposal relies solely on the concept of modular design which states a multi-degree-of-freedom (MDOF) snake-mimetic robot can be constituted basing upon a basic module that has only two or three DOF. It is clear that, a series of linked locomotive mo...
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A computationally method on damage detection problems in structures was conducted using neural networks. The problem that is considered in this works consists of estimating the existence, location and extent of stiffness reduction in structure which is indicated by the changes of the structural static parameters such as deflection and strain. The n...
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A rotorcraft-based unmanned aerial vehicle exhibits more complex properties compared to its full-size counterparts due to its increased sensitivity to control inputs and disturbances and higher bandwidth of its dynamics. As an aerial vehicle with vertical take-off and landing capability, the helicopter specifically poses a difficult problem of tran...
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The last decade has witnessed increasing worldwide interest in the research of underwater robotics with particular focus on the area of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs). The underwater robotics technology has enabled human to access the depth of the ocean to conduct environmental surveys, resources mapping as well as scientific and military mi...
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A mini scale helicopter exhibits not only increased sensitivity to control inputs and disturbances, but also higher bandwidth of its dynamics. These properties make model helicopters, as a flying robot, more difficult to control. The dynamics model accuracy will determine the performance of the designed controller. It is attractive in this regards...
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The control of small-scale helicopter is a MIMO problem. To use of classical control approach to formally solve a MIMO problem, one needs to come up with multi- dimensional Root Locus diagram to tune the control parameters. The problem with the required dimension of the RL diagram for MIMO design has forced the design procedure of classical approac...
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In response to the interest to re-use Palapa B2R satellite nearing its End of Life (EOL) time, an idea to incline the satellite orbit in order to cover a new region has emerged in the recent years. As a prolate dual-spin vehicle, Palapa B2R has to be stabilized against its internal energy dissipation effect. This work is focused on analyzing the dy...
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In general, most of communication satellites were designed to be operated in geostationary orbit. And many of them were designed in prolate dual-spin configuration. As a prolate dual-spin vehicle, they have to be stabilized against their internal energy dissipation effect. Several countries that located in southern hemisphere, has shown interest to...
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The establishment of global helicopter linear model is very precious and useful for the design of the linear control laws, since it is never afforded in the published literatures. In the first principle approach, the mathematical model was developed using basic helicopter theory accounting for particular characteristic of the miniature helicopter....
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This paper presents one approach in designing a Fire Fighting Robot which has been contested annually in a robotic student competition in many countries following the rules initiated at the Trinity College. The approach makes use of computer simulation and animation in a virtual reality environment. In the simulation, the amount of time, starting...
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The use of unmanned vehicles has attracted great interests in the recent past and been successfully demonstrated in numerous civil and military applications. The unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) including fixed and rotary wing aerial vehicles, blimps, rockets and micro air vehicles (MAVs), have shown applications in different areas. The unmanned sma...
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The utilization of unmanned vehicles has become increasingly more popular today and been successfully demonstrated for various civil and military applications. The unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have shown applications in different areas including crop yield prediction, land use surveys in rural and urban regions, traffic surveillance and weather...
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A number of controls of model helicopter as an embedded system in a certain flight mode have been studied by using the simulation. However, some unexpected phenomena often arise when doing the test of the helicopter. One of the phenomena is the singularity associated with the transition from one flight mode into another. Although each flight mode i...
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The miniaturization technology for sensor and system has enabled the design and development of micro air vehicles (MAVs) for different commercial and military applications. Having a small size and the corresponding low unit cost, MAVs can be deployed as an efficient unobtrusive flight platform to access hazardous sites or to do aerial surveillance...
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A mini scale helicopter poses a difficult control problem due to its complex dynamics. Compared to its full-size counterparts, the model helicopter exhibits not only increased sensitivity to control inputs and disturbances, but also higher bandwidth of its dynamics. We specifically investigate the control for transition dynamics between hover and c...
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A mini scale helicopter poses a difficult control problem due to its complex dynamics. Compared to its full-size counterparts, the model helicopter exhibits not only increased sensitivity to control inputs and disturbances, but also higher bandwidth of its dynamics. We specifically investigate the control for transition dynamics between hover and c...
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An uninhabited air vehicle has found diverse applications for both civil and military missions. To achieve the stated mission, the vehicle needs to have a certain level of autonomy to maintain its stability following a desired path under embedded guidance, navigation and control al- gorithm. To meet the increasingly more stringent operation require...
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Many control system designs have been developed for controlling the dynamic process of aerospace vehicles. Yet, among those designs, few are readily suitable for implementation. Moreover, most of the applicable aerospace control designs are built through flight tests that perform real processes on available real vehicles. The need to use real vehic...
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Abstrak Perancangan sistem penjaga lintasan pesawat terbang utamanya didasarkan pada sistem navigasi bumi seperti VOR. Untuk kasus pesawat tanpa awak (UAV), secara umum tidak terdapat alat penerima sinyal navigasi berbasis bumi tersebut yang terpasang di pesawat. Daerah misi UAV pun secara umum dapat berada di luar jangkauan sistem navigasi bumi. A...
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The neural networks are investigated as an alternative approach to flutter suppression system. Their use in bothe modeling the system and controller is studied for feasibility and to identify advantages and disadvantages. The neural network approach implemented in an indirect adaptive control is demonstrated. The resuts frrom simulation are discuss...

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Robotics has touched and shaped many facets of human life. What do you think as the top 10 most important trends in the field of robotics?

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To study the advanced concept and design of unmanned system and technology