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How do ArduRover code differ from the aerial code?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas J Coyle III Nov 20. 3 Replies

Camera trigger, again

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dan Ho Jun 17, 2013. 19 Replies

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Thomas J Coyle III replied to brakar's discussion How do ArduRover code differ from the aerial code?
"@brakar, Jean-Louis Naudin JLN developed the original ArduRover code from the ArduPlane firmware. He can probably answer your questions about how the ArduRover code was originally constructed. Regards, TCIII AVD"
Nov 20
brakar replied to brakar's discussion How do ArduRover code differ from the aerial code?
"Thanks for the reply mP1.   My question was however more aimed at how the already existing ArduRover code is related to the ArduCopter/ArduPlane code. Which parts of the code are common for both project and what is specifically…"
Nov 20
mP1 replied to brakar's discussion How do ArduRover code differ from the aerial code?
"Well for starters, just think the environment rovers, copters and planes live in. Rovers only operate in 2D they dont really worry about going up and down, but they do have to be aware of whats immediately in front of them. Object avoidance is just…"
Nov 20
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How do ArduRover code differ from the aerial code?

Hi,I understand the different implementations of the ArduPilot code share most of the same codebase.I would like to understand how the ArduRover code differs/is altered from the original aerial autopilot code. Are there any documents/diagrams  explaining this?See More
Nov 20
brakar replied to Krzysztof Bosak's discussion How about SSL support?
"To sum up, it is probably fair to assume DIYDrones don't give any notice about snowden affairs, Personal privacy is of no matter."
Feb 15
brakar replied to Krzysztof Bosak's discussion How about SSL support?
"..., but silence is gold?"
Jan 28
brakar replied to Krzysztof Bosak's discussion How about SSL support?
"Hi, Would be nice to know if DIYDrones do have, or do not have a view with regard to this matter. brakar"
Jan 21
brakar replied to Krzysztof Bosak's discussion How about SSL support?
"You could look at it this way; You post anonymously. For one who doesn't know better; probably because you don't want to be connected directly to what you post on this public forum? If so, you value privacy. If you value privacy, you…"
Dec 20, 2013
brakar replied to Krzysztof Bosak's discussion How about SSL support?
""We all deserve some basic privacy" Obviously there are various thoughts about this ;-) "I think it would be a good moment to introduce AES-based SSL (not just DES/3DES/RC4 SSL which is very weak) connection for the…"
Dec 17, 2013
Dan Ho replied to brakar's discussion Camera trigger, again
"That's a good idea Mike - I'll try Andrew.  Thanks"
Jun 17, 2013
Mike replied to brakar's discussion Camera trigger, again
"Hey Dan, I've only been reading through the main loop and chasing down the functions I want from there. I'd assume the dev team use state diagrams to keep track of the code but I don't know that they're available online. Maybe…"
Jun 17, 2013
Dan Ho replied to brakar's discussion Camera trigger, again
"Hi Mike, you seem to be very knowledgeable about the APM code and I was hoping you might be able to point me to a top-level flow diagram and explanation showing the overall code design.  Is there such a beast? Thanks, Dan"
Jun 16, 2013
brakar replied to MarvinS's discussion APM2.5+ Gone
"One ardu 2.4 and one older one (the one with a sensor-shield) is in the mail. Hope you will have fun with it. Cheers! "
Feb 1, 2013
Mike replied to brakar's discussion Camera trigger, again
"The function 'verify_nav_wp()' lives in the commands_logic ArduPlane sketch. This code runs and verifies that a waypoint has been reached. You could add a flag in that function to trigger a 5V digital output on your APM board. It would run…"
Jan 8, 2013
george replied to brakar's discussion Camera trigger, again
"Same here. Need a logic signal to trigger my camera at specific waypoints."
Jan 7, 2013
Jeff Taylor replied to brakar's discussion Camera trigger, again
"Jerry, are you firing a camera running CHDK? The problem I've had with using the servo command is that it only puts out PWM not solid 5V signals. I haven't tested it in a while but I think CHDK is unable to register anything when you send…"
Jan 6, 2013

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Georeferencing of pointclouds, call for alfa/beta testers

Posted on December 3, 2010 at 3:09pm 9 Comments



Hi,



This might be a bit off from the main interest on this forum, but then, you never know.



For my part, the thrill for UAV's was originally the interst for what they could be used for, not the UAV's themselvs. But like most newcomers , I soon learned to tune the expectations for small UAV's down a level or two. Strangely enough, it wasn't all that easy. Lot's of the functionality requested isn't there (yet), more skills then… Continue

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At 9:05am on January 22, 2010, L-P Lorentzen said…
Jepp....
Og super grattis med "santa-uav-photo" konkuransen...

Driver ikke selv med autopilot ennå, men set kommer sikkert i løpet av året.
Men driver mye med FPV. Det var grunnen til at jeg begynte med RC i utgangspunktet....
Jeg bor i Oslo og flyr sor det meste rundt omkring rundt byen, men det hadde vært utrolig morro å treffes og "preke skit"....

Hilsen
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