Here's a video from one of our recent tests of our GTQ-Cormorant: a submarine and quadrotor hybrid.
We use an air pump/solenoid system to move air between the clear, water-tight pressure hull and an external air bladder for depth…Continue
First I would like to Thank you to this wonderful community here, who have helped us learn latest and greatest about drones, agriculture in specific. Past several months team…Continue
Added by RG on October 28, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments
The passing of the autumnal equinox provides more opportunity to test luminary robots. Over the last few years, at about this time, I find myself deep in lighting experiments for upcoming projects. It's important to test any candidate lighting systems to understand how they might…Continue
Added by earthpatrol on October 7, 2015 at 8:30pm — No Comments
This app contains over 46,000 airports around the world which can be displayed quickly and easily when flying RC models. When flying RC/UAV's commercially, these areas are considered "No Fly Zones" based on your geographic…Continue
A few weeks back I posted about flying multiple robots along with my Periscope channel where the videos age out on a daily basis. Some folks requested a more persistent video of these flights. Yesterday, I went out to the field and did a few flights. My friend Max was nice enough to film one…Continue
International airport no-fly zone maps are now available! Of course detailed US, UK, and Korean maps are still up and running as well :)
Hover - an app for Drone…
UK maps no-fly zone maps are now available! Of course US maps are still up and running as well
Hover Features (iOS &…
Added by Dan Held on August 18, 2015 at 3:02pm — No Comments
"It's in Filipino / Tagalog - but it should be subtitled."
Some "good" UAV / drone news from the Philippines a low-res screengrab from prime time news. A well-attended UAV / drone event with about 200 people in attendance as per the report. The last few months it has been mostly…Continue
Hey fellow UAV enthusiasts & professionals !
Are you working with aerial photography, image mapping, agriculture analysis, 3D modelling or something where you need to trigger your camera from a UAV platform?
We are proud to present our first product from Seagull UAV !
I'm working on the BreezeUav project which is open-source autopilot for fixed-wing and multicopter. So far it's possible to fly by using the board we designed based on Atmega 2560 and we currently adapt the code to be executed on ARM Cortex soon.
Anyway today I wanted…
The Aeromapper family of UAVs consist of three different drones aimed for mapping and survey applications with…Continue
Above is a fullsize image of a 5MP webcam. A webcam usually has a CMOS sensor and commercial ones support up to 720p resolution. 720p is a result of the usb bus bandwidth available to stream the images and since many computers still use USB 2.0, this is the maximum resolution for reasonable framerates of 25fps…Continue
We are introducing PRO-X1 Drone. It's a drone made for work, with a full ABS 3D printed, CNC aluminium and Carbon Fiber frame parts and structure.
Development, Design and high quality manufacture from Bolivia to the world. The flight controller is an ATMEGA 2560 with a Multiwii code modification. Comes with a Ublox customized GPS, Tarot 2D Gimbal and 5.8 Ghz FPV TX/RX 200mw.
PRO-X1 is an OpenHardware Drone and OpenSource under Creative…Continue
Added by hiroshi takey on June 18, 2015 at 12:30am — No Comments
I finally got around to writing a review for this little drone I've had for a few months now. I bought it for about $17 and it still seems to be flying even after it got slightly chewed by my dog (pictures taken before that happened!). It's a pretty cool drone.. and pretty safe to fly too. I can't envision much going wrong unless if you lack common sense and fly it into a group of people/ animals. It's great for learning the ropes for any new flyers - …Continue
I would like to post some autonomous algorithmic bidirectional radio search system production design approximation stuff here.
Please, you are welcome…Continue
It's easy to get consumed with all of the design, development, and testing of DIY UAV's. Add to that the daily barrage of "drone" media happenings/hype and it's easy to get in a rut. Sometimes it's nice to just fire up an aircraft and take it for a spin. Nothing like getting a little air into…Continue
We are Team Edhitha, a team of undergrads from M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology Bangalore India. We have been participating in Student Unmanned Aerial Systems (SUAS) organized by Association For Unmanned Vehicles Systems International (AUVSI) from past 4 years. The…Continue
I have been posting here for a couple years. Back when it consisted of a lot less drone and a lot more DIY. So please refrain from making silly comments like,"Do you know the name of the site you just posted on?"
Now that that's taken care of. You may have noticed the Commander in Chief told the FAA yesterday to do their job. That made me think. Not that I don't have this thought at least once a week. What happens if we lose our hobby what will I do?
Compared key features of each drone, including flight time, technology features, ease of getting started, camera systems, and price.Continue