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Jesse replied to AerospaceVlogger's discussion Supersonic, I'm going to do it.
"This is proof that simply having a "degree" in something doesn't mean you actually know anything. But carry on, I'm just here for the entertainment value."
yesterday
Jesse commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Richard Branson invests in 3DR, drones invade Necker Island
"What an amazing experience! Thanks for sharing. Mr. Branson could have sought out any drone company in the world, and he chose 3DR. That certainly says something."
Sep 5
Jesse commented on Chris Anderson's blog post NASA working on air traffic control for drones
"I'd imagine any sort of ATC system for drones would be a fairly automated one. Having done ATC myself for the FAA, human occupied aircraft can keep you busy enough, I couldn't image adding a slew of drones to the mix. Pre-approved…"
Sep 4
Jesse commented on Thomas J Coyle III's blog post Bend boy’s drone among those cited as ‘emerging hazard’ for forest firefighters
"When you make a product available for anyone, at any age, and any IQ level and any skill level, you're going to have all sorts of things go wrong."
Aug 26
Jesse commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Drones in The November Man, new Pierce Brosnan film
"It looks like a good movie. Hasn't been many of those lately."
Aug 25
Jesse commented on Dan Murray's blog post Interest Groups Simultaneously File Three Lawsuits Challenging FAA's UAV Interpretation
"Stuff like this makes me glad I no longer work for the FAA (former ATC). Changes to rules and regs that just don't make sense. Very frustrating."
Aug 24
Jesse commented on Bob's blog post Man Creates Flying Hexacopter Drone With 3Doodler 3D Printing Pen
"Looks like a step-up from using toothpicks and hot glue. I'm still lost about the practical purposes of this 'pen'. It takes a lot man-power to create something, and lacks any of the precision and automation afforded by cheap 3D…"
Aug 20
Jesse commented on Lester Haines's blog post Vulture 2 spaceplane unceremoniously strapped to van roof
"Right is... right. :-)"
Aug 7

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At 6:55am on July 24, 2008, Achal Agrawal said…
Hi!!
I have almost finished the code for navigation calculations. I am finally working on PIC18F2685. The navigation algorithm uses floating point math which my C compiler supports. I am getting an accuracy of +-1deg for bearing calculation if compared to the Haversine method.

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A simple INS - the beginnings

Posted on June 16, 2011 at 11:28pm 5 Comments

I'm building my own inertial navigation system --- one that isn't super complex, doesn't involve fancy filters, yet will provide plenty of accuracy. It's all about purposeful building... designing and building for what it WILL do, not what it MIGHT or could possibly be able to do.

 

 

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