"I will let you know how the story ends when I get there!
There's a lot of folks with neither an engineering nor a controls background who are making good progress with quads. So there's more than just hope :-)"
"Wow. I read the first paragraph and I'm expecting great things now. Very exciting, thank you!! looks like I have lots of reading material now.
But I'm impatient, can you tell me quick how the story ends? Did you end up getting a decent…"
"That's just Mikrokopter. There are a dozen others. This site is centered on Arducopter, an Arduino-based autopilot. The current version, Arducopter NG, is going to be replaced by Arducopter Mega in a few weeks, so we can use…"
"Hi, forgive me if I'm blind but I'm having trouble finding the source code on the mikrokopter website. I can find the hex files and change logs but not the source. Could you point me in the right direction please?"
i recently got mine flying, it's very stable, check out my page.
i would recommend, that you first get your imu running, at a fast enough rate. at the minimum least 200Hz (better 500hz or more). that means, this often read out the imu-data…"
Hi Rochak, My name is Daniel. I am part of Ohio State Universities Aerial Robotics Team (for IARC). We may be designing a Quad-rotor system. I know we have some people on the team that are looking at it. You can reach them at: http://cyber-linklabs.ning.com/groups
But, what I wanted to ask you is were you part of the team from ND that was at Ft Benning this year?
Also, CLL is for anybody so if you do have a team feel free to create your own group there...it was intended to be a peer-to-peer network.