Jose Luis Cortes
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  • Valencia, Spain
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Jose Luis Cortes commented on Cody O.'s blog post ATSM Approves New sUAS Operating Standards
"I have brought F2910, This says a lot of things!  Here in Spain AESA has release a briefing note than says "all professional use of drones are forbiden and have always been prohibited", i has stopped all multicopters filming…"
6 hours ago
Jose Luis Cortes replied to Seppo's discussion RFD900 - New long range radio modem
"WOW, this project have incredible potencial, I'd also love to see a 433/868 european version. What about RClink? Is it working?"
Apr 1
Diego Fdez. commented on Jose Luis Cortes's blog post Probably the smallest arducopter frame?
"Hello! I have this quad, and I burned my naze by a esc failure. I want to try the APM on this quad while I do not arrive the new naze. I have already installed the APM and now I want to find the correct PID values for that micro. Anyone know which…"
Feb 20
Jose Luis Cortes replied to nick's discussion DJI S800 with APM2.5
"I am planning to use APM on my Q800 frame! We have a lot of experience with naza and wookong and we are tired of this products, naza it is a big problem with big frames, it is too closed system, we checked (with some accidents) than it have a…"
Nov 27, 2013
Jose Luis Cortes commented on Jose Luis Cortes's blog post Probably the smallest arducopter frame?
" Microquad Fever FPV from alfonso borja on Vimeo."
Nov 16, 2013
Jose Luis Cortes commented on Jose Luis Cortes's blog post Probably the smallest arducopter frame?
"It is the video from Abomor, it is made with my Spidex Micro and another wood micro quad http://vimeo.com/78942620"
Nov 16, 2013
Alex commented on Jose Luis Cortes's blog post Probably the smallest arducopter frame?
"looking good! what motors are they?"
Nov 12, 2013

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Ruwan commented on Jose Luis Cortes's blog post Probably the smallest arducopter frame?
"@Jose, If I'm not mistaken you've (or your friend) mounted the bottom plate upside down? I compared the drawing with the photos.. "
Nov 11, 2013

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Probably the smallest arducopter frame?

Posted on November 4, 2013 at 3:12pm 39 Comments

A long long time since I published last time, I'm drawing something fun and I thought you would like to see it!

It is a small frame all cnc machined from delrin sheet for 5" propellers. It seems a crazy project but…

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Seaplane UAV concept

Posted on March 28, 2011 at 2:13pm 5 Comments

It is only a design exercise with a wingspan of 1640mm, and a lot of space for electronics and batteries and very easy access to electronics. Last image…

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Simple way to use Google Earth as ground station.

Posted on June 28, 2009 at 9:26am 6 Comments

I am looking for use google earth as ground station.

i have download this program.





http://goopstechnologies.com

it is easy to interface to any application:

GooPs can receive data from other applications via a TCP/IP socket. GooPs listens on port 51234 for messages containing NMEA data.



and another similar program:

http://mboffin.com/earthbridge/



it demostrates it is possible but

Where can… Continue

Centripetal force compensation testing with a old record player.

Posted on June 22, 2009 at 10:25am 9 Comments

Centripetal force compensation is a algorithm than compensate centripetal forces effect over accelerometers so AHRS could get a correct attitude measurement during large turns.

we are using a simple record player to test centripetal compensation.





Effect of centripetal force could be a problem if the plane stay in a turn for a large time, for example doing… Continue

Our Artificial horizon ready to fly (data download through Xbee PRO)

Posted on June 18, 2009 at 8:58am 7 Comments

Ready to make the first flight test with our nanoAHRS. Servos are connected to nanoAHRS and standard receiver are connected by PPM to nanoAHRS. All channels are downloaded in realtime through Xbee PRO.…



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