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How about SSL support?

Started this discussion. Last reply by brakar Feb 15, 2014. 13 Replies

ALTIGPS a new altitude sensor is available

Started this discussion. Last reply by Krzysztof Bosak Jul 5, 2009. 5 Replies

 

Welcome, Krzysztof Bosak!

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About Me:
Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder at Fotomapy
Pteryx UAV head of avionics R&D
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Forced to publish 2016 ESNC contest entry: Stratos Shuttle – looking for sponsors or investors

Posted on November 30, 2016 at 9:30am 27 Comments

Hi All,

Being very experienced avionics designer with significant operational drone experience including stratospheric airdrop, I have tried to contact Polish space3ac fund asking for funding. I was blocked on facebook march 2016 after asking the first question by coordinator who knew me as being whistleblower.

You can find entire entry under the link describing the idea:…

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USGL Unmanned System Ground Level

Posted on November 20, 2016 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

Testing my implementation of global virtual airspace for autonomous drone navigation.

1. Grand Canyon, AZ, US

2. Sobótka mountain, S-W Poland (with a few airspace elements in the background)

3. Bellevue, WA, US

Blue net is USGL for symmetric navigation properties based on 10m DEM satellite radar and airborne LIDAR data.

Ground level is generated by obeying a few simple geometric principles that guarantee an automated system with specified…

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Krasiczyn Castle 3D model, Poland

Posted on April 7, 2014 at 2:30am 10 Comments

Melown maps: a new 3D reconstruction method for interactive 3D digital surface models.

Guys, check out the newest sample obtained from the photos I have gathered almost a year ago. It took some serious research effort because the area is very difficult (many trees and vertical object) and we were…

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50km motorway mapping flight in Poland by FOTOMAPY

Posted on July 22, 2013 at 9:30am 8 Comments

An example of our current mapping operations...

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/93148014

http://www.panoramio.com/user/2953040

Things have evolved a little since August 2010.

Historically we did that:…

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At 12:13am on October 23, 2008, Jani Holopainen said…
In the picture i'm using my first setup. Motor is some cheap china outrunner (1750kv) and Varioprop adjustable three blade hub with 5.8" long D blades. Blade angle was setup to deepest settings. This setup was no good.

I'm currently running my heavy AP Easy Star with Hobbycity products. Motor is HXT 2835 (380S) 2200kv Brushless Inrunner and prop is JM 6x4. This setup takes about 20A on 3S LiPo with full throttle and it is very powerfull combination. Motor weight is 110g. It's quite heavy but packs plenty of power. I can recommend this setup. I have two setup's and they work fine.
At 8:03am on September 24, 2009, VIRUSS said…
You may know of this site.
You can build your own Scan Eagle / owl here Le Phan is the designer and builder back in 06 you can buy the plans for $15.
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=549982
At 9:45am on March 9, 2010, Rick Steele said…
Hi Krzysztof,

I have a new one coming up in about a month or so hopefully if I can pull myself away from here and finish the board layout.

The new one will be a production level board. It will have the same and better features as this one including 2 video channels and a 3D graphics engine among other things but best of all it will cost much less to build making it cost effective to resale.

The current version is a little pricy to build because it was designed to have everything I might need onboard for initial software design ideas and testing.

Now all I need to do is find a 3D graphics programmer to help us come up with some really cool hi-tech augmented flight instrumentation features to take advantage of the new 3D engine especially for Helicopters and Quadcopters which have a tendency of leaving you not knowing what they are doing when not flying straight ahead.

Anyway we are supposed to have the new boards done in early April. Then there will be some software porting of existing software. We will release boards then while we start working on new display designs.

Thank you for your comments and interest. Stay in touch and have a great week…

Regards
Rick
At 11:28am on June 21, 2011, John Galczynski said…

Hi,

     Thanks for the web site links - impressive airplane work.  I've been exploring the limitations of the MQ-9 2.5m platform and decided to learn from your criticism of its inherent limitations.  A redesign rather than a scale clone is called for, particularly, one in depth suited for specific application or a multi-function role.  

      Is there a resource analogous to "The Art of Electronics" (where essential design math is condensed to useful quick tools and concepts) in aerodynamic design you may suggest? 

 

Cheers,

John

At 9:56pm on June 21, 2011, John Galczynski said…

Just a follow up, I found some clear useful technical explanations on university aeronautical engineering course sites.

Regards,

John

At 12:18pm on March 19, 2013, John Galczynski said…

Hi Krystoff,

   Aside from "Theory of Wing Sections" Abbott & Von Doenhoff, I came across "Model Aircraft Aerodynamics" by Martin Simmons and found both useful resources for understanding airfoils and structures.  Prandtl's works are really in depth but take longer to apply. 

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