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Ivan Arenas left a comment for Mirko Denecke
"Good afternoon Mirko, look I'm experimenting with drones, I have a BEAGLEBONE BLUE, where I can see a wiring diagrame, thank you."
Jun 7
S1CAR1US commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"Mirko & Patrick, Thank you for your time to answer the questions that I had.  Patrick, your last paragraph really tied it all together for me.  Makes a lot of sense after that, because that of course is a huge advantage in itself to…"
Mar 30
Vinicius Juvinski replied to Mirko Denecke's discussion Tested hardware for BBBMINI in the group BBBmini
Mar 29
Patrick Poirier commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"Hello hamavido, That sounds very  interesting :-) , keep us updated. And this is showing  the neccessity of having an affordable , entry level Linux based polyvalent board that can be transformed in a full fledge FC for beginners. If we…"
Mar 28
hamadivo commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"Hello Patrick, I have BBCore + My own Baseboard (built for 9€) + sensors (sonar+pressure+imu+optical flow) + 2.4GhzModule (with RSSI) for only 120€. I will share some pictures later. BBCore should be used with customized…"
Mar 28
Patrick Poirier commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"Hello hamadivo, In order to build a Flight Controler with the BBcore you would need: - BBCore + Baseboard :  165$ - Sensor Cape (Like Mirko's  BBBMini Cape):  50$ - Wifi : 10$ Total Price:  225 $  I am just trying to…"
Mar 28
hamadivo commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"Hi, I think BBCore is best than BBBlue, BBCore is samall and it can be optimized. (http://beaglecore.com/) Adding sensors (like IMU) to the main board is not good, we should have hardward layer (Sensors, RF, ...) The good thing is the OSD335x which…"
Mar 28
JB commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"lol I think he'll be giving us a blood sample if we turn up with that thing, if he wants to or not! :-)  But I do fancy seeing a two wheeled balancing quad. The BBBlue would be the ideal candidate for a small version of it. The idea would…"
Mar 27
Patrick Poirier commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"Yeah JB , I can see your QuadPlane gently moving on its balancing  wheels and slowly getting closer to Joe so he can safely drop its blood sample and earn your team some extra points on the next OutBack Challenge ;-)"
Mar 27
Mirko Denecke commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"@tridge There is already a link in the wiki http://ardupilot.org/plane/docs/common-beagle-bone-blue.html I will try to complete the docs soon. Then we can but them in the ardupilot wiki direct. We may should…"
Mar 27
Mirko Denecke commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"@S1CAR1US I think the unique think of the BeagleBone Blue is that it is single board solution for this small price. Technically the advantage of using the firmware I have written for the PRUs of the BeagleBone (internal PWM generation) is, that you…"
Mar 27
Ravi commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"it's very challenging to design a flight controller hardware unlike a rover hardware or a ground based machine. whosoever designs a flight controller hardware or software is a genius. BBB is a natural improvement since it incorporates more…"
Mar 27
JB commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"Patrick...but but but I want a quadcopter,  self balancing  on two wheels tho...so I can drive up walls and across ceilings! ;-) "
Mar 27
Patrick Poirier commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"S1CAR1US  There is no real difference if we look at the signals, but with the BBB its all done internally with no additional components. The BBB has been designed as a general purpose ARM based system with lots of IO. The configuration can…"
Mar 27
S1CAR1US commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"Patrick, What are the advantages of the ppm to pwm conversions being done internally on the bbb? I am curious to know if there are any real advantages to this system. I'm not advocating for one or the other, just trying to learn as much as…"
Mar 26

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Andrew Tridgell commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"great work Mirko! I like the docs you've done. Could we get those in the ArduPilot wiki too? Or at least a link? If you don't have write permission to the wiki repo then please let know."
Mar 26

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BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80

Posted on March 26, 2017 at 11:30am 18 Comments

Beagleboard.org has released the BeagleBone Blue some days ago, a Linux-enabled computer for robotic applications.

The BeagleBone Blue is an open…

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BBBmini won Third Prize in The SeeedStudio BeagleBone Green IoT Contest

Posted on April 17, 2016 at 12:21pm 6 Comments

I am happy to announce that my DIY project BBBmini won Third Prize in The SeeedStudio BeagleBone Green IoT Contest. BBBmini is a DIY Cape to put on a…

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BBBMINI is now Open Hardware

Posted on July 11, 2015 at 2:30pm 6 Comments

Just want to tell that the DIY Ardupilot Cape for the BeagleBone Black (BBBmini) is now Open Hardware. You can get the KiCad sources here BBBMINI-PCB. I will not sell the PCBs,…

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At 3:02am on July 20, 2015, Jon Paul Llamas said…

Our Program is excited about your work, and we thank you for all the time you have put into sharing your build and helping others share your experience..

Keep up the Good work.

At 11:01pm on June 25, 2016, Michael Tilse said…

Hi Mirko,

Thanks for adding me.

Hi Mirko,

Thanks for replying to my comment. 
The pressure sensor that I want to use on the ROV is this one: MS5837-30BA Ultra small gel filled pressure sensor. It has an I2C interface
Thanks!
At 2:58pm on June 7, 2017, Ivan Arenas said…


Good afternoon Mirko, look I'm experimenting with drones, I have a BEAGLEBONE BLUE, where I can see a wiring diagrame, thank you.

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