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Pixhawk + Dragonlink + DX8 = throttle failsafe issue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew John Britton Oct 4, 2014. 3 Replies

Hi,I'm trying to set a Pixhawk with dragonlink and Dx8 for adruplane. After connecting everything I realized the channels need to be remapped (Went to Full parameters list, then entered 3 for RCMAP…Continue

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Return to Home at failsafe, THEN deploy parachute whan at home. Is it possible with APM?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mauricio Dec 14, 2013. 4 Replies

Does anyone know how set the APM to return to Home AND then command a servo when at home? in this case, it will be a parachute servo...This will be truly failsafe for our UAVs since it has parachute…Continue

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Mauricio replied to Darius Jack's discussion eBee becomes Canada’s first compliant fixed-wing drone in the group ArduCopter User Group
"The eBee It is NOT the first UAV that meets Appendix C of Transport Canada in order to be compliant, the Aeromappers for years have met all the design standard requirements as well. "
Jul 22
Mauricio commented on Chris Anderson's blog post SwiftNav Piksi RTK (high accuracy) GPS now supported by Pixhawk/APM
"So is this ready or not? it ways "now supported by Pixhawk/APM" but then it says "there's still siginificant work ahead"... "
Jul 12
Mauricio commented on Dronee's blog post The Dronee- Autonomus,Low Cost ,Programmable,Open-source, Open-Design UAV plane.
"careful!  you don't want to have the CG too low in a flying wing... Better make some cheap quick prototype before and test, even before sepnding time on computer design. Flying wings suck for mappping, and even worst if CG is too low... "
Jul 12
Steve St.Clair commented on Mauricio's blog post AEROMAPPERS UAVs mapping drone updates
"Great work putting this class of equipment in the sky. Would certainly be fun working with this company I am sure. "
Jul 7
Hoverscape commented on Mauricio's blog post AEROMAPPERS UAVs mapping drone updates
"Looks good, our company http://www.hoverscape.com.au looks like we would like to invest one. Looks ideal for our mapping division."
Jul 7
Mauricio commented on Mauricio's blog post AEROMAPPERS UAVs mapping drone updates
"yes, it's been a long journey "
Jul 6
Mauricio commented on Mauricio's blog post AEROMAPPERS UAVs mapping drone updates
"Thanks for the comments!! "
Jul 6
Christiaan van Vollenstee commented on Mauricio's blog post AEROMAPPERS UAVs mapping drone updates
"They have truly got great quality built functional products and one can see they have done a great deal of time in R&D to have a product where it is today. Two thumbs up :)"
Jul 6
Swift commented on Mauricio's blog post AEROMAPPERS UAVs mapping drone updates
"For sure not hobbiest grade but looks great. And made in Canada! ;) Thx for posting Mauricio."
Jul 5
Mauricio posted a blog post

AEROMAPPERS UAVs mapping drone updates

Aeromao Inc. A leading edge UAV manufacturer from Canada has recently made several updates to its Aeromappers family of drones as well as additions to its payload offerings. The Aeromapper family of UAVs consist of three different drones aimed for mapping and survey applications with currently no match in the…See More
Jul 5
Mauricio commented on Trent at MyGeekShow's blog post MyGeekShow - Building the Solar UAV Prototype
"It is great to see you back!  this is an awesome project and wish youall the best on this. One thing is that I think you will need at least some dihedral if you are using rudder only Best of luck and keep it up!! "
Jul 4
Mauricio posted a blog post

AEROMAPPERS UAVs mapping drone updates

Aeromao Inc. A leading edge UAV manufacturer from Canada has recently made several updates to its Aeromappers family of drones as well as additions to its payload offerings. The Aeromapper family of UAVs consist of three different drones aimed for mapping and survey applications with currently no match in the…See More
Jul 3
Mauricio left a comment for Brian Nieuwoudt
"or PM me"
Jul 1
Mauricio left a comment for Brian Nieuwoudt
"Hi Brian, I got your message through the Agricultural UAVs group. we manufacture the Aeromapper family of UAVs, I suggest giving it a look: http://www.aeromao.com/aeromapper_talon_uav We offer the Aerompper Talon, includes parachute landing and dual…"
Jul 1
Mauricio commented on ausdroid's blog post Aerial Survey and Photogrammetry with X5 & X7
"been there, done that... we developed the Aeromapper X5 based on the skywalker X5 for mapping, including a parachute landing system that worked flawlessly every single time: http://www.gizmag.com/aeromapper-x5-autonomous-uav/28501/ Although it is…"
Jun 24
Mauricio commented on Eugene Stark's blog post Hoovy the Future of Drone Advertising
"You will need huge insurance....  "
Jun 3

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AEROMAPPERS UAVs mapping drone updates

Posted on July 5, 2015 at 1:00am 6 Comments

Aeromao Inc. A leading edge UAV manufacturer from Canada has recently made several updates to its Aeromappers family of drones as well as additions to its payload offerings.

 

The Aeromapper family of UAVs consist of three different drones aimed for mapping and survey applications with…

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Aeromapper 300 mapping drone –1.5 hr endurance with multisensor capabilities

Posted on November 21, 2014 at 9:58am 47 Comments

The Aeromapper 300 is the latest UAV offer from Aeromao Inc. Canada.

The Aeromapper 300 is one of the most complete UAV for general mappping applications, at the most competitve price on the market. Powerful yet very easy & friendly to use, with 1.5 hour endurance, currently more than two dozen different sensors or combination of sensors supported…

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Aeromapper Talon mapping drone

Posted on November 3, 2014 at 10:38am 16 Comments

It's been already a while ago since we started selling one of our newest drones based on the Talon UAV airframe: the Aeromapper Talon.

In this occasion we wanted to use a large foam aircraft, something that was compact and yet large to offer 60 minutes endurance carrying a Sony Nex 5 with wide angle lens (as standard sensor, but more sensors are available). We…

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New Aeromapper X5 mapping drone from Aeromao

Posted on July 25, 2013 at 12:24pm 15 Comments

Hi everyone,

just wanted to share our latest UAV: The Aeromapper X5, already available in our website at www.aeromao.com

Yes, it uses the Skywalker X5 fpv wing as airframe, but here at Aeromao it suffers an interesting transformation.

It is equipped with APM 2.x (of course) and 3DR…

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At 6:31am on July 22, 2013, Travis said…
How are u triggering the nex 7? Do you have a intervalometer or have you hacked hacked the firmware if so how?

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