Added by hiroshi takey on June 21, 2016 at 6:32pm — No Comments
Here is another video of our USG-301 3-axis gyro-stibilized gimbal with integrated Sony EV7500 Full HD camera with 30x optical zoom. All camera features, such as anti-fog, electronic stabilization, colour enhancement, etc. could be controlled though our gimbal, you…Continue
We're really excited to announce a new ArduSub/Pixhawk controlled underwater underwater vehicle, the BlueROV2. The 6-thruster vectored configuration, coupled with strong static stability, provides a vehicle that is smooth and stable, yet highly maneuverable. The BlueROV2…Continue
Part 107 lives, the starting gun has fired.
Today, the Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration has finalized the first operational rules for routine commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or “drones”), opening pathways towards fully integrating UAS into the nation’s airspace. These new…Continue
I've created a short video series on how I build an ArduPilot Rover in case anyone is keen to build their own. You know you want to - get Rovering!!!
Workswell WIRIS thermal imaging system for unmanned aircraft is a compact system that combines thermal camera, digital camera and a control unit in one case. For our customers, we prepared short unboxing video that is shortly explaining package content, setup and first flight.
A feature often requested by the users - possibility of planning area scan missions by manually entering the altitude…Continue
Here at team West Coast UAV we've been hard at work integrating all the different requirements for the 2016 Medical Express Challenge to be held in Queensland, Australia later this year. One of the key requirements is to accurate locate poor old Joe.
We know Joe is within 100m of his reported location, and he will be wearing his trusty blue jeans. Our approach is to take an image of the entire…Continue
Do you think that you got what we are looking for??
Do you want to make ArduPilot even greater that we are now?!? If you do, read more:…Continue
Strapped lots of cameras to our 900mm Hex, then popped the chute for the first time in the air.
No landing in soft stuff, no perfect conditions (nasty squalls coming through!), we wanted to see what would happen in the real world!
Pixhawk running Arducopter 3.3, X68 with a Fruity Chute
Big thanks to the…Continue
I wanted to share my experience with capturing and processing NDVI imagery for agricultural health indexing. A preview of the end result:
First let me list some of the hardware being used so you don't have to scroll through this post to find it all!…Continue
With the press of a button, Solo will retrace its exact path for the last 60 feet of your flight (this distance will be user-definable in the app) to ensure it avoids obstacles on its way back home. And with the new “return to me” feature, Solo will come home to wherever you stand with your controller…Continue
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If you would like to get technical specification and user guides of our RTK boards, click here.
Following the video “RTK centimeter accuracy road test…Continue
The ArduPilot development team is proud to announce the release of version 3.0.1 of APM:Rover. This is a minor release with small but important bug fix changes.
The two main motivations for this release
1. Fixing the arming for skid steering…
back on street on minute 22:00 ;)
Today i´d tried the first high speed tests on public streets with our rover. Time was good cause the streets were empty during the german football match. And, what could i say, i´m impressed how perfect the FPV (720p25 latency max 200ms) and R/C (Latency max. 70ms) over multiple public cellular networks…Continue
Here is a short build log showing the work required to convert my Quanum Observer to VTOL Quadplane. The mods are done in such a way that the Quadplane can be reverted to pure fixed wing in around 10mins for ultra long duration flight (+-80mins on 15AH packs) and when a landing…Continue