Industrial Drone Propulsion: High Performance Servos for Aerial Vehicles

Field Oriented vs Field Estimated Control for Motor Commutation

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Industrial servo motor module for UAVsVertiq, a developer of high-performance motors for UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) propulsion, has released an article comparing the well-established Field Oriented Control (FOC) method of motor commutation with the company’s newly-developed method of Field Estimated Control (FEC).

Read the full article on Vertiq’s website here

The article covers:

  • An overview of motor operation
  • Sensored vs sensorless FOC
  • How FEC works, and its advantages and disadvantages

To find our more about the different methods of commutation for drone motors, read the full article on Vertiq’s website.

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