Monroe King
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A little help with HIL X-Plane 9

Started this discussion. Last reply by Monroe King Jul 6, 2013. 9 Replies

 I'm having a little trouble getting HIL working with X-Plane 9.I have X-Plane running and I followed the directions in the wiki. I can fly the plane with my transmitter but the trims are way off so…Continue

APM Repair Service

Started this discussion. Last reply by robert padovano Feb 11, 2015. 15 Replies

APM Repair Service  I…Continue

Tags: Repair, APM

APM USB connection issues and Mission Planner

Started this discussion. Last reply by Anup Deoli Oct 18, 2016. 78 Replies

Warning: If you power…Continue

Total noob to traditional heli!

Started this discussion. Last reply by gsenroc Apr 4, 2014. 63 Replies

I saw Robert at Drone Con #1 talking about the traditional heli and now I want one! I'd like to get into this a cheap as possible and still get pretty good quality gear. I do FPV with everything else…Continue

 

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Profile Information

About Me:
US Navy (GSE)
BS EE ITT Tech
Machinist
Aerospace
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
I got interested in UAV's in 2008 and I joined DIY Drones. My interest in UAV's is for Aerospace and Remote operations in space in orbit and on the moon, planets ect...

I also have interest in rovers and underwater applications.
Hometown:
Austin

Monroe King's Blog

Snickerdoodle NASA CFS and RTEMS

Posted on December 25, 2015 at 2:00pm 15 Comments

 Wow! All I can start off with about Snickerdoodle is BAM! In your face computing power!

 This is what the next generation of DIY Drones and Robotics looks like! All I can say is AWESOME!

 This product is so new and so innovative it's unbelievable!

 Guy's I've been…

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Micro Drone of the Future

Posted on September 28, 2015 at 1:07pm 21 Comments

I've been looking at micro drones lately and I'm now sure it is likely that the future of the drone is the tiny drone much like this mechanical dragonfly.

With the use of very tiny piezoelectric actuators that draw very little current I believe it is now possible to create these very tiny flying…

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The future of the Micro Drone

Posted on September 16, 2015 at 10:25am 49 Comments

I see a very exciting future for the micro drone! Say the size and weight of this Hobby King Q-Bot quadcopter. The reason being these small drones are far quieter and offer far less danger to people, aircraft, cars, motorcycles, children and even pets!

I see a world of useful and safe personal drones with all the…

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Flying Christmas Tree

Posted on December 24, 2014 at 3:00pm 2 Comments

Did you guy's see this? Merry Christmas to ALL!

Good job guy's!

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Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 3:57pm on August 18, 2014, Shawn Rolison said…

Are you still repairing APM's  If so I have one for you, Please advise

At 4:48pm on March 2, 2015, James Byrnes said…

RocketMan,

I'm currently working on a college senior design project consisting of a drone with 6 degrees of freedom. While browsing this website, I saw your post on Caleb Clark's page. My project is very similar to his. About the size of a soccer ball with 6 degrees of freedom. Except my drone will not be going up in space, instead it will serve as a satellite simulator.  What grabbed my attention about your post is that I am considering the use of both variable pitch propellers and reaction wheels and you mentioned just that in your comment.  Do you have any more advice on how it could work?  I'm a the team leader of this senior design project and we are currently in the research stage of the design process.  I joined this social network to gain any guidance from UAV enthusiasts as I continue to conduct research on my project.  Any info, sources, or leads would help significantly.

Thank you,

James

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