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Aerial Robots has become very popular in robotics groups. This ongoing interest is driven by a significant number of potential end-user applications where it is necessary to reduce human intervention. The validation of control/cooperation algorithms not always is an easy task and requires a large number of humans to keep tests safety. Is present in this paper the simulation of a quadrotor model in SimTwo simulation environment and evaluated the flight dynamic of the robot. To do that was developed a control layer responsible to the hovering maneuver and “go to” position function. The results prove that the objectives were achieved successfully and the simulation was validated. The navigation simulation is left as future work.
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