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Mission (not) Reset

Started by LoopZilla. Last reply by LoopZilla on Wednesday. 4 Replies

Hi,I posted the following on the Tower (DroidPlanner) Git issue forum, and received a reply that this may be an ArduRover issue, rather than an OCU software issue.  Interestingly, when I use…Continue

Can I reassign channels 7 and 8

Started by Flying Buddha. Last reply by Grant Morphett Mar 23. 5 Replies

I need to use channels 7 and 8 on my "Immersion R/C 8 channel" receiver to control two switches. Is it possible to change the default ch 7 and 8 functions on my pixhawk (Ardurover 2.91) to use ch 9…Continue

Cannot intialize battey voltage monitor

Started by Jim phelps. Last reply by Jim phelps Mar 13. 8 Replies

I cannot get the APM to read the battery voltage.APM2.5Ardurover 2.49Voltage tapped off of 2S battery with potentiometer (8.2volts in=3.0volts out)Monitor type is set to voltage onlySensor (none), I…Continue

APMRover2 simulation with MORSE

Started by zach w. Last reply by Niall Dempsey Mar 11. 2 Replies

Hello.I set myself a challenge of hooking up APMRover2 to a car simulated in MORSE and it seems to work so I thought I'd write about it. Might be interesting to someone.…Continue

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Comment by Bot Thoughts on June 10, 2013 at 9:49am

@Tom - me too, hopefully next time. I keep meaning to be able to head to Dark Horse after these things and somehow always get thwarted. :D  Anyway once again Congrats on an awesome achievement, Tom!

Comment by KM6VV on June 10, 2013 at 9:47am

Sounds like you guys had fun!

Alan  KM6VV


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Comment by Thomas J Coyle III on June 10, 2013 at 3:30am

@Michael,

It was nice to be able to meet you too. I wish that we could have had more time to visit. Hopefully next year there will be more time:-)

Regards,

TCIII

Comment by Bot Thoughts on June 9, 2013 at 9:06pm

Tom, Tridge, and everyone, congratulations!!!  That was an awesome showing. And, great to finally meet you in person, Tom! --Michael


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Comment by Thomas J Coyle III on June 9, 2013 at 6:27pm

@Tridge/Chris,

I am presently near St. Louis, Mo and will be home by Tue afternoon.

I want to thank everyone who assisted in this victory for the ArduRover team at the Sparkfun AVC. I do not believe that anyone person alone could have pulled off what our team was able to accomplish at the AVC.

Next year I plan to fly as this three day drive is murder without someone to ride shotgun.

I hope to enter an improved Slash rover and a Traxxas 1/16 Rally which will use a PX4 FMU and I/O.

Regards,

Tom C


3D Robotics
Comment by Chris Anderson on June 9, 2013 at 3:45pm

It was a great day for Team ArduRover and Tom was absolutely beaming. He's got a long drive back to Florida to savor the victory, but the lesson here was that hard work pays off. Huge thanks to Tridge, Tom and everyone else for bringing this code up to contest-winning quality over the past few months. Next year, we can add vision, Lidar, DGPS and more and become unbeatable. 


Developer
Comment by Andrew Tridgell on June 9, 2013 at 3:40pm

Huge congratulations to Tom Coyle for winning the Sparkfun mid-size Rover category at Sparkfun AVC on the weekend! Tom has put a massive amount of effort into testing the APM Rover code, and it really paid off for him. I haven't yet found a video of his run, but from what I've heard his rover managed to get through the barrells, through the hoop and over the ramp to produce a winning score.

Hopefully when Tom is back home (it's a long drive!) he will write up the full story.

Cheers, Tridge

Comment by Mike Wilson on June 7, 2013 at 6:37am
@Tridge,

Thanks for the info. I'll upload the latest firmware and give it a try.

..Mike

Developer
Comment by Andrew Tridgell on June 7, 2013 at 12:53am

@Mike,

I forgot to mention that there is a simple workaround for the bug. Just change the value to something else first - for example, change it to 0.1, write the parameter change, then change it to 0.0. It will then work.

Cheers, Tridge


Developer
Comment by Andrew Tridgell on June 7, 2013 at 12:26am

@Mike,

It's a bug which I fixed a few days ago. I plan on releasing a new rover version soon with the fix, but meanwhile you could load the 'latest' version from firmware.diydrones.com and that has the fix.

Cheers, Tridge

 
 
 

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