Patrick Poirier
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Patrick Poirier commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post MINI-Zee: a $100 DIY smart drone with the Pi Zero and APM
May 6
Alex Wright commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post MINI-Zee: a $100 DIY smart drone with the Pi Zero and APM
"yes I am and I have made those changes as well. I am just not sure what version was considered working for the pxfmini as currently I can't remember having this thing up and running with 4 motors. I used the last version I had compiled for the…"
May 6
Patrick Poirier commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post MINI-Zee: a $100 DIY smart drone with the Pi Zero and APM
"Hello Alex, Are you talking about the PC9685 mapping ? 2) The PCA9685 has no external clock, and the ESC are connected to ports 1-2-3-4, so we need to change:  static RCOutput_PCA9685 rcoutDriver(PCA9685_PRIMARY_ADDRESS, true, 3, RPI_GPIO_27);…"
May 6
Alex Wright commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post MINI-Zee: a $100 DIY smart drone with the Pi Zero and APM
"@patric where the config is changed to dictate motor output what values correspond to what? I only have one motor spinning on my setup and at this point I know it to be a software thing"
May 6
Patrick Poirier commented on Chris Anderson's blog post OpenMV and ArduPilot tracking a colored ball
"Hello Bill, Yes I received it last week and its already flying ;-)"
Apr 24
Patrick Poirier commented on Chris Anderson's blog post OpenMV and ArduPilot tracking a colored ball
"Thanks Chris for posting my garage sessions :-) Spent a couple of cold winter week-ends experimenting in what I called the  "ThunderDrone". Quad 450 + BBBMINI + PX4FLOW + LidarLite V3 and different sensors. This OpenMV is really easy…"
Apr 24
Matic Jovanovic commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post MINI-Zee: a $100 DIY smart drone with the Pi Zero and APM
"Voltage from powermodule to A0 Current from powermodule to A1"
Apr 20
Matic Jovanovic commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post MINI-Zee: a $100 DIY smart drone with the Pi Zero and APM
"Three resistors for the LEDs.  Voltage divider for the rc input. From what I've read, not needed also. ADS115 - if you are using a module, it's SDA to SDA, SCL to SCL, ADDR to GND I don't remember which input is voltage/curent.…"
Apr 20
Alex Wright commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post MINI-Zee: a $100 DIY smart drone with the Pi Zero and APM
"also I can't tell how you have hooked up the ads115 from the pictures"
Apr 19
Alex Wright commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post MINI-Zee: a $100 DIY smart drone with the Pi Zero and APM
"@Matic Jovanovic can you explain what the resistors that are necessary on your board do? Or am I fine without them. I understand resistors for the rc input but it looks like some others may be on board"
Apr 19
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
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
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
Alex Wright commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post MINI-Zee: a $100 DIY smart drone with the Pi Zero and APM
"here is something i just realized. you are not using satellite receivers are you? that may be the reason for you not having the receiver issues I am currently."
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
Patrick Poirier commented on Mirko Denecke's blog post BeagleBone Blue released, Linux-enabled autopilot for $80
"S1CAR1US I know it so much that I build mine from scratch at half the price last year. Thanks to Mirko for his help in this project :-)  http://diydrones.com/profiles/blogs/mini-zee-a-100-diy-smart-drone-with-the-pi-zero-and-apm Unlike the RPI…"
Mar 26

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About Me:
25 years of experience in computer and telecommunication business developpement.

Private Pilot (Fixed Wings - Rotor) and RC enthusiat
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Developpement of new apps and solutions
Hometown:
Montreal

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Future of On-Demand Urban Air Transportation

Posted on October 27, 2016 at 10:24am 7 Comments

On-demand aviation has the potential to radically improve urban mobility, giving people back time lost in their daily commutes. Uber is close to the commute pain that citizens in cities around the world feel. We view…

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AI-powered drone inspections unveiled by Aerialtronics, Neurala and NVIDIA

Posted on September 29, 2016 at 1:00pm 2 Comments

One of the world’s first automated inspections by an intelligent drone with deep learning capabilities was demonstrated at the GPU Technology Conference Europe today by Aerialtronics, a Dutch manufacturer of technologically advanced drones, Neurala, a pioneer in deep learning software, and NVIDIA®, the world leader in…

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Qualcom is paving the path to 5G: Optimizing commercial LTE networks for drone communication

Posted on September 8, 2016 at 6:21am 1 Comment

Source:  https://www.qualcomm.com/news/onq/2016/09/06/paving-path-5g-optimizing-commercial-lte-networks-drone-communication

As a leader in 4G LTE technology, Qualcomm and its engineers did not hesitate to jump at the opportunity to test LTE-controlled drones in real-world scenarios. We were eager to analyze how, and if drones could…

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Intel to Acquire Movidius: Accelerating Computer Vision through RealSense for the Next Wave of Computing

Posted on September 6, 2016 at 8:27am 27 Comments

Combined with Intel’s Existing Assets, Movidius Technology – for New Devices Like Drones, Robots, Virtual Reality Headsets and More – Positions Intel to Lead in Providing Computer Vision and Deep Learning Solutions from the Device to the Cloud

Computer vision is a critical technology for smart, connected devices of the future. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Source:https://newsroom.intel.com/editorials/josh-walden-intel-editorial/

With the…

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