Hello everyone,

I'm looking for a way to have triple redundancy autopilots in a drone, I mean, three Pixhawks. The idea is that if two of them have similar readings, the output of one of that two can be send to the ESC.

I've found this video in youtube and this is the idea I want, but i don't find any information about the board used in the video and neither other ways to do that. Has anyone some experience on this??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZcNesutKcU

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The board looks suspiciously like an Altera Cyclone  FPGA development board:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Altera-Cyclone-IV-EP4CE-FPGA-Development-B...

Instead of autopilot being the weak link , now its the FPGA.

Yes, it seems the same, but what about the software? Any idea about what software can it use??

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