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SLUGS AP: Fully Flight Tested and Open Source

Posted on August 31, 2009 at 12:22am 14 Comments

So after endless hours in the lab I am happy to report success in all fronts of the autopilot and making the GIT repository publicly available. The project's website has been updated to reflect the new… Continue

Hardware-in-the-Loop test results of inner loop/navigation

Posted on April 12, 2009 at 11:18pm 2 Comments

Waypoint tracking is one of the most sought-out features in an autopilot. Essentially it allows the end-user to program (generally via a map or an aerial picture) a path (composed of waypoints) that the UAV is commanded to track. When we started working on SLUGS it was clear that this would be the first… Continue

SLUGS Autopilot. Soon to become Open Source.

Posted on January 22, 2009 at 5:13pm 30 Comments

The Santa Cruz Low-cost UAV GNC System (SLUGS) is a high-end UAV Autopilot that is currently under development by the Autonomous Systems Lab at the University of California Santa Cruz. Although not ready for prime time, the project's website shows some significant progress towards a fully functional platform.



The SLUGS autopilot is heavily geared towards research in small to medium sized UAVs.… Continue

Comment Wall (3 comments)

At 9:25am on March 3, 2009, Sergio O. said…
Hi!!, right now i’m working on my own imu prototype, but i have some questions about obtaining anlges from the accelerometer, just because in rest “with no movement” i get the angles with the accelerometer, but when i mount this on the airplane de pitch that is the x axis of the accelerometer and is pointing to the nose is changing how could i solve this. i want angles in movement but not accelerations, y have gyros to but when i correct the drift of the gyros with se acc signal the angle takes the value of the acc and is a mess

thks!!!!
At 9:10pm on April 17, 2009, John said…
Really great stuff, keep up the good work, Any ideas on coastal research applications once the you've got the plane operating smoothly and autonomously?
At 11:04pm on June 9, 2009, Michael said…
Hi Guys,

Any updates on the progress or likely completion?

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