All Blog Posts Tagged 'ardupilot' (142)

3DR Robotics group flight

Here is 3D Robotics centric group flight. Iris+ and his grandpa 3DR Quad on a mission. Playing around with scenario to cover large area with multiple vehicles simultaneously. Can be handy for Search&Rescue, surveyors and others.

Additionally you can see a proximity warnings in UgCS in action. These can use ADS-B as a source as…

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Added by Janis Kuze on November 17, 2014 at 9:30pm — 3 Comments

UgCS 2.0 public Beta is out!

Hi,

I wanted to let you know what UgCS 2.0 Beta is now available for download at our site www.ugcs.com !

UgCS 2.0 now supports Ardupilot, Mikrokopter, Microdrones, ARDrone and DJI (Naza-m, wookong-m, A2) autopilots.

As shown…

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Added by Janis Kuze on November 6, 2014 at 9:00am — 18 Comments

Oculus Rift DK2 with MavLink head tracking and HUD, first steps (OVRPilot part 1)

This is the first post in what I hope to be a series of posts on exploring the possibilities in using the Oculus Rift alongside a UAV. The plan in the long run is to create a GCS for the Oculus Rift or other HMDs that gives you a feeling of actually sitting up in the air being able to look…

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Added by Nils Högberg on September 13, 2014 at 3:56pm — 12 Comments

Arducopter performance over Linux board Beaglebone with APM4.0 (aka Pixhawk fire cape)

Hello everyone, beaglepilot project has reached two most important milestones in the last couple of weeks. First one was first Arduplane flight by Andrew Tridgell: …

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Added by Siddharth Purohit on September 5, 2014 at 1:21pm — 12 Comments

First copter flight using Linux

I'm happy to share with you today that this afternoon we had the first flight of a copter using ardupilot running in Linux (the evolution of the work performed this summer through the BeaglePilot project on the ardupilot code). It's particularly a…

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Added by Víctor Mayoral on September 3, 2014 at 11:00pm — 24 Comments

Preview the BlueRobotics T100 Thruster Kickstarter

Hello everyone,

My name is Rusty and I am from BlueRobotics. We've spent the last nine months developing an underwater thruster for marine robotics that is high-performing, resistant to saltwater, and affordable for hobbyists. We've used it to propel a few…

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Added by Rustom Jehangir on August 5, 2014 at 12:29pm — 13 Comments

Soon availible... Redundancy for autopilots

The requirements for the operation of unmanned aircrafts for commercial and semi-professional purposes have changed fundamentally in the past years in Europe and worldwide.

The regulations will get even more strictly in the future.

Depending on the application, the weight, the…

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Added by Robert Hoermann on July 18, 2014 at 2:00am — 35 Comments

BeaglePilot: the five pilars

Here are the 5 entities supporting the BeaglePilot project (a.k.a. push the AP_HAL_Linux of ardupilot):

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Added by Víctor Mayoral on July 8, 2014 at 12:00am — 14 Comments

BeaglePilot: MAVProxy connection now working

Yesterday at BeaglePilot's weekly meeting we had great progress :):

  • We got readings from the MPU6000 (SPI) and MS5611 (SPI) from the AP_Linux_HAL.
  • We made ArduPlane and ArduCopter work in the BeagleBone (we didn't finish the tests with APMRover2 but i'd guess it…
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Added by Víctor Mayoral on June 7, 2014 at 2:45am — 4 Comments

Arduino-ardupilot IDE updated for Arduino 1.0.5 and avr-gcc 4.8.1

ArduPilot using Arduino 1.0.5 and avr-gcc 4.8.1

I've merged the ardupilot code with the latest Arduino 1.0.5-r2 code (git version which is well on the way to 1.0.6), plus the avr-gcc 4.8.1 from the Arduino 1.5.x development branch.

Net result is the "latest" Arduino version, with ardupilot extensions and a…

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Added by Craig Hughes on June 6, 2014 at 5:21pm — 4 Comments

Irresponsable and Immoral

 

 

Lately I have been following the kikstarter project “The pocket Drone” which is having a huge impact.

First of all I am a bit pissed off because in the kikstarter project…

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Added by Carles Gelada on February 24, 2014 at 1:30pm — 63 Comments


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Low altitude autonomous mission with the MaxiSwift piloted by the ArduPlane v2.73-xp1

The MaxiSwift flying wing has donne successfully a low altitude flight autonomous mission (< 30m AGL) under flight plan piloted by the ArduPlane v2.73-xp1. A color camera onboard with an OSD display in real time the video of the flight and the data on the ground station screen. (Wind 7 km/h, gusting 15 km/h)

- Avionic setup:

- ArduFlyer v2.5.2…

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Added by Jean-Louis Naudin on December 9, 2013 at 12:45am — 23 Comments

Diy Drones Newspaper - Volume 1

DiyDronesNewspaper-Volume1pdf.pdf Option #1 (Recommended)…

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Added by Joshua Johnson on October 1, 2013 at 3:30am — 14 Comments

Temporary DiyDrones Forum Search Engine

Click Here to Go to the Diy Drones Forum Search Engine

This is just a temporary search engine for the Diy Drones Forums that I built until Ning 3.0 fixes our current forum search engine.  The DiyDrones.com Forum search…

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Added by Joshua Johnson on September 30, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Diy Drones News - Podcast #2 - HeliBoat Prototype

When I gain 14 more youtube subscribers youtube will allow me to use their Live Feed Feature.  When that happens i'm going to start posting 4-6 live stream youtube sessions a week.  The subjects of the Live Casts will include tutorials on how to use free CAD software to make blueprints/schematics for your drone projects.  The Live Sessions are going to be predetermined for the…

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Added by Joshua Johnson on September 24, 2013 at 12:39pm — 6 Comments

Flight plan set for DIY drones - PortlandTribune

by: PHOTO BY JONATHAN HOUSE - Patrick Sherman, left, catches the drone, while Brian Zvaigzne, holding the goggles and the controller, looks on. The two men were flying the drone near a natural area in Wilsonville.

http://portlandtribune.com/pt/11-features/161579-flight-plan-set-for-diy-drones

by: PHOTO BY JONATHAN HOUSE - Patrick Sherman, left, catches the drone, while Brian Zvaigzne, holding the goggles and the controller, looks on. The two men were flying the drone near a natural area in…

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Added by Joshua Johnson on September 18, 2013 at 7:51pm — 6 Comments

Build your own Autopilot - tutorial

I have written a tutorial on how to program your own AutoPilot/Flight Controller from scratch using an arduino/ArduPilot/RaspberryPi.  The tutorial will walk you through everything from reading the RC radio and controlling the motors through to how the PIDs are stacked on top of each other to…

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Added by Gareth on July 31, 2013 at 10:08am — 27 Comments

Replacing Naza with Ardupilot - Weekly Video #10

This week has had quite the number of battles. I finally got the Coffin Copter in the air and flying very nice using the  Ardupilot. I don't think I'll even go back to Naza.

Added by Jake Wells on June 17, 2013 at 11:03am — 7 Comments

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