i am just starting with my first UAV-Foam-Flyer these days.
Here is a idea i had:
The FMA Co-Pilot seems to be a popular way of stabilizing pitch and roll axis.
My idea is to use the sensor for aircraft pitch controll too.
If i tilt the sensor by (eg.) 2deg. during flight with a servo, the plane should go in a 2deg climb/descent.
In that way i could control the planes attitude with the remote control, OR a autopilot. i don`t drive the elevator itself.
If i control airspeed with a sensor (gps, air-pressure-probe) i should have a more direct control of the AC-altitude, as just with power alone.
Has anybody experiences with that??
P.S.: a tilting fma-sensor could also be used to estimate the planes bank and pitch angle.