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Quadrocopter commented on Doug Walmsley's blog post Ambulance Drone' ... a flying defibrillator!
"and i really wanted to be positive!! "
Nov 11
Quadrocopter commented on Doug Walmsley's blog post Ambulance Drone' ... a flying defibrillator!
"It's another company with money wanting to get into the "drone" market. Spending all that money drawing, designing, modelling > to get a fancy looking Y6? Marketing at it's finest, still not quite as good as flying DHL or…"
Nov 11
Quadrocopter commented on Tim's blog post CBS This Morning piece about NYPD working on ways to disable drones
"Thinking of making a Jamming device? Might want to read the link below. This is for Australia, probably the same in the U.S? http://acma.gov.au/theACMA/ACMAi/Complaints/iFAQs/faqs-mobile-phone-and-gps-jamming-devices-acma Simon"
Oct 30
Quadrocopter commented on Winfried Rijssenbeek's blog post Update of the man drone project
"Sitting under the wash? The middle props will not provide lift? The design is ridiculous !!! Simon "
Oct 16
Quadrocopter commented on Jose Luis Cortes's blog post Huge quadcopters can be attractive alternative to fixed wing for mapping and survey
"Which ESC's are you using Jose? I tried the Tiger ESC's with the old firmware and they were terrible. I think they have this sorted now. Pretty sure Steadidrone use them and so do Kopterworx.... Simon"
Aug 18
Quadrocopter commented on Jose Luis Cortes's blog post Huge quadcopters can be attractive alternative to fixed wing for mapping and survey
"2 x 10,000mah 6 cells in series. X 2 So a total of 4 X 10,000mah 6 cells. Approx weight is 1.2kg each X 4 = Almost 5KG. Simon"
Aug 18
Quadrocopter commented on Jose Luis Cortes's blog post Huge quadcopters can be attractive alternative to fixed wing for mapping and survey
"LOL :-) "
Aug 18
Quadrocopter commented on Jose Luis Cortes's blog post Huge quadcopters can be attractive alternative to fixed wing for mapping and survey
"We have tested many different types of ESC's. I would recommend the Afro HV's, however HobbyKing stuffed up the first batch... 12S is fine, however HobbyKing also misprinted the label saying they were only good for 8S :-( Remember with…"
Aug 18

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About Me:
I am Simon Jardine CEO of Aerobot in Australia.

You ain't see anything yet!!!
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Home of the FPV God master of the Unflyable ;-)
Hometown:
Northern NSW

What I do.


I started a business called eyeinthesky..net.au. then quadrocopter.com.au.

Unfortunately CASA were quick to shut us down, something about having to fly a Cessna and be a real pilot? 

CASA's Slogan is "safe skies for us all", now that's funny because what they really mean...

We don't care about safe skies, just show us the money. 

You can fly anything, pretty much anywhere legally, but if your making money, basically they want some. If your not making money from your flying machine, that's O.K.

   Anyway we started Aerobot.com.au and for almost 6 years we have been building things that fly :-)  (Apparently we don't need a license to sell flying machines.)

My Job at Aerobot is to fly and test all machines before the customer arrives for training.

I have tested nearly every flight controller there is! 

I am confident in saying that Mikrokopter is ahead of the pack and will be for some time...

Ardu is getting closer, but it's just not quite there yet.

The rest, fall into the paddock basher category, fun with mates, not to be used commercially.

Right now, almost the end of 2013, we have been very busy developing our own frames.

Our GoFour Aerobot ring works well and proved to be near indestructible.

We are pretty confident in what comes next will be a real game changer.

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Hobby King does it again!!

Posted on January 26, 2014 at 2:00pm 43 Comments

Does this look familiar?

Go Discover FPV Plane, and in Australia store!! $150 bucks

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__51559__HobbyKing_Go_Discover_FPV_Plane_EPO_1600mm_PNF_AU_Warehouse_.html

The Go Discover was designed from…

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Aerobot, the last step, destruction !!

Posted on December 4, 2012 at 2:32am 7 Comments

Here it is, the last thing we had to do before production.

Crash testing from Simon Jardine on Vimeo.

The model you see in the video is actually made of fibre glass and without a bottom plate. (it's not complete)

The end product will be made of…

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