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Arctic Flying

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andre K. Jun 26, 2013. 3 Replies

Does anyone have experience a MR flying in the arctic circle?, I assume GPs and compass issues, but can it be done?thanksContinue

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Ian commented on Thomas Stone's blog post GPS-denied Position-hold w/ 3DR Solo
"I am interested in the GPS denied enviroments, although we need to be above 10 M more like 50-80M. Is there any solutions to that people know of"
Aug 17, 2016
Ian commented on Mario's blog post In Canada...Simpler rules for small unmanned air vehicles
"Anyone any idea when the official information will be posted. Hey Rob, we should talk about your mapping heli. "
Nov 6, 2014
Ian commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Gorgeous Pixhawk-based "Journalist" copter
"As VP for the PSDJ ( http://www.dronejournalism.org/ )  I applaud the move to specific job aircraft, it may not be perfect yet, but there are a lot good things in the design. What is important is that not all journalists can spend the time…"
Aug 5, 2014
Ian commented on hotelzululima's blog post More law enforcement officers flying DJI phantom drones..
"The police here in Canada use the Aeryon Skyranger or Scout much better suited for this sort of work, you don't need to spend years learning to fly a rc multi, but it's a lot more expensive. "
Jun 28, 2014
Ian left a comment for Jeff Kerby
"Hi Jeff nice to connect again, how are things going? my direct email is irhannah@outlook.com cheers Ian"
May 20, 2014

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Dwgsparky replied to Ian's discussion Blanket Across Canada in the group Canada
"Hi Ian Is your blanket to fly UAV's commercially without restriction?"
May 15, 2014
Ian added a discussion to the group Canada
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Blanket Across Canada

We now have blanket coverage in BC Ontario and the Maritimes, Central and Northern soon, and eventually Quebec. Our goal is cross Canada approval for day and Night operations.It's been a long road but we are almost there.See More
May 15, 2014
Ian replied to Bertrand Duchiron's discussion Safety notice from MAAC in the group Canada
"I witnessed someone flying downtown Toronto very close to the island airport while airliners were landing, He lost control of his s800 and crashed it. He had no permission being there. He even posted pictures he took. Crazy"
Jul 10, 2013
Andre K. replied to Ian's discussion Arctic Flying
"Ardupilots (both multi and fixed wing ,openpilot and RVOSD)  some systems also use GLONASS, but it's not really an issue, magnetometers only need to be properly calibrated, or - in case of ardupilot, learned."
Jun 26, 2013
Ian replied to Ian's discussion Arctic Flying
"Thanks for the reply, what system are you using?, how do you find GPS lock and compass? thanks ian"
Jun 26, 2013
Andre K. replied to Ian's discussion Arctic Flying
"Living in Tromsø, I can say it works great."
Jun 26, 2013
Ian posted a discussion

Arctic Flying

Does anyone have experience a MR flying in the arctic circle?, I assume GPs and compass issues, but can it be done?thanksSee More
Jun 24, 2013
Ian commented on Yusuf Pirgali's blog post HD video for UAV's
"www.rotoconcept.com has what you are looking for"
May 21, 2013
Ian replied to Ian's discussion downlinks in the group Canada
"I should add I am talking about a commercial use (hence the SFOC) , it seems a little grey when it comes to HAM licences, as the ISM does allow commercial operation on certain frequencies Ian"
Mar 4, 2013
Bertrand Duchiron replied to Ian's discussion downlinks in the group Canada
"For the telemetry only Xbee and Xtend are IC certified at this time. And for the SFOC, since you are flying in LOS (with a range from 100 to 300m) you don't need a bigger system. For analogic video, any system sell in shop canada are IC…"
Mar 4, 2013
Hamilton From Above replied to Ian's discussion downlinks in the group Canada
"There might be two sets or rules, or dual "turfs" to consider here.HAM operators, especially those with Advanced tickets, have a lotmore autonomy in the use of radio bandwidth than us regular folks.However, how that bandwidth is used…"
Mar 3, 2013

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