Urus Studio IDE is done! First picture!
Urus Studio is an OpenSource multiplatform IDE designed to build C/C++ Standard ANSI C software and advanced autopilot and industrial real time systems with the Ardupilot power and Urus System for Urus embedded nanokernel, you will can build for…
Walabot is a 3D imaging sensor that lets you uncover things hidden in the world around you. This is very cheap and seems that there is a wide range of applications for working related drones. Just wanted your thoughts.
This Saturday at DronesLab we achieved an important milestone in the final steps towards the public release of the DeltaQuad: A 100KM autonomous mission carrying a 1KG payload. This marks the achievement of the most important goal we have set when we started the development of this vehicle over a year…Continue
Hello fellow aviators,
I am part of an undergraduate team of Aerospace Engineers at Oklahoma State University. We have spent all semester doing research on and designing low RCS target drones to help train our Military. This weekend is our final capstone competition. A portion of the scoring metric is Facebook "likes" on our team's marketing…Continue
When Microsoft announced the Surface Dial last October, I immediately knew, that no better application could be developed for this controller than controlling the flight path of drones. For weeks I checked availability in Europe, only to order an overpriced device from the US Ebay finally. As it arrived I probably got one…Continue
The design is almost complete so thought I would share it.
The remaining part is the connection between booms and the chassis, which needs to be strong and provide vibration resistance.
All I've come up with so far is a 'rubber grommet sandwich' with M4 bolts/washers etc,…Continue
Added by Bob Morley on April 28, 2017 at 8:27am — No Comments
We have reached the seventh week in our autopilot precision series. In this series we test different drones and autopilots by flying them on a simple photogrammetry route created in UgCS.
So far we have tested quite a few drones, including DJI Phantom 4 and 3, DJI Naza-M V2, Mikrokopter Quad XL,…
Added by Kristaps Brass on April 28, 2017 at 3:23am — No Comments
Commercial drone applications require significant autonomy and intelligence which cannot be achieved using conventional Computer Vision algorithms. Deep Learning/Vision algorithms seem to be very promising in helping drones to be used in more advanced…
Added by Achal Negi on April 28, 2017 at 12:30am — No Comments
We appreciate all the feedback and feature requests over the last couple of months! Thank you
You can now process up to 150 images from DJI sensors for free on your Windows 10 desktop. We've also added NDVI calculations and a load of other new…
Added by JP on April 27, 2017 at 11:13am — No Comments
We launched the brand new GNSS RTK Board, the Precis-BX306 to market in April. A series of other new products and…Continue
I've been experimenting with frame design, an essential component to keep all the parts flying in formation.
I printed some interlocking plastic parts in 2mm PLA & super glued them together to see how rigid/strong the end result.
The attached pic shows about half the…Continue
Added by Bob Morley on April 26, 2017 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Today I discovered that I am able to have super low-latency Wireless video on all my drone devices and i'm…Continue
Dear community members,
This is very preliminary work on aerial robotic radiation detection in real-time and in a GPS-denied manner. The robot localizes based on visual-inertial data and integrates a deferentially installed 2-radiation detectors solution to exploit their polarity characteristics. Most of the research is ahead but we…Continue
Added by Kostas Alexis on April 25, 2017 at 6:26pm — No Comments
The PX4/Dronecode team and Drotek have been working on the next generation of Pixhawk autopilots, and you can now see a preview of that with the Pixhawk 3 Pro. It's based on the new PX4 FMU4…Continue
From DARPA. Have you ever seen so many swarming Iris+s?
Service Academies Swarm Challenge Live-Fly Competition Begins
U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Air Force academy…
Added by Chris Anderson on April 24, 2017 at 4:36pm — No Comments
"Ten thousand dollars?!?! It's just a piece of foam!"
If you've uttered those words, this post is for you.
We will not debate the value of quality or workflow simplicity contained in that $10,000. What we will do is demonstrate how to make a "cheap" consumer fixed-wing…Continue