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H. V. Koops, Kashish Garg, Munsung (Bill) Kim, Jonathan Li, Anja Volk and Franz Franchetti (Proc. Multisensor Fusion and Integration for Intelligent Systems (MFI), IEEE, pp. 15-21, 2017)
Multirotor UAV State Prediction Through Multi-microphone Side-channel Fusion
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Improving trust in the state of Cyber-Physical Systems becomes increasingly important as more Cyber-Physical Systems tasks become autonomous. Research into the sound of Cyber-Physical Systems has shown that audio side-channel information from a single microphone can be used to accurately model traditional primary state sensor measurements such as speed and gear position. Furthermore, data integration research has shown that information from multiple heterogeneous sources can be integrated to create improved and more reliable data. In this paper, we present a multi-microphone machine learning data fusion approach to accurately predict ascending/hovering/descending states of a multi-rotor UAV in ight. We show that data fusion of multiple audio classiers predicts these states with accuracies over 94%. Furthermore, we significantly improve the state predictions of single microphones, and outperform several other integration methods. These results add to a growing body of work showing that microphone sidechannel approaches can be used in Cyber-Physical Systems to accurately model and improve the assurance of primary sensors measurements.Keywords: State prediction