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Alt drop loiter_turns

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stijn Debecker Apr 8, 2016. 4 Replies

While flying several circles with different radius (in Auto_mode with the command loiter_turns) my vehicle starts losing altitude when it has a speed of 10 m/s. The first idea was that this was…Continue

I2C splitter problem

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kyomo Jung Feb 8, 2016. 3 Replies

I'm using an I2C splitter to connect more sensors on my pixhawk. When I only connect my external compass to the I2C splitter Mission Planner gives no error. When I connect my optical flow sensor,…Continue

 

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About Me:
Robotics engineer
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
I'm doing research for package delivery with UAV. UAV are my work and my hobby.
Hometown:
Leuven

Stijn Debecker's Blog

RTK GPS based landing: test results

Posted on January 17, 2017 at 3:00am 7 Comments

Lately, a lot of companies have commercialized their own RTK GPS receiver. On this blog I will provide information about accurate landings based on an AsteRX-m UAS receiver which works on L1 and L2 frequency.

I’ve tested landings with an f450 DJI frame with the following…

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Autonomous mission and package delivery with RTK GPS AsteRx-m UAS

Posted on October 24, 2016 at 7:37am 4 Comments

Hi all,

We are testing the RTK GPS receiver from Septentrio, the AsteRX-m UAS with ArduCopter 3.4. The GPS can be used to land accurate as shown in the first part of our video. The land location was logged and loaded into the waypoint file in Mission Planner. In the second part we show an autonomous transportation of a…

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