I'm trying to revive a half dead Phantom 2 by moving it's parts onto a F450 frame. While all is almost operational, one of the motor seems to spin less so I'm thinking changin all the motors to a better ones so the drone could lit more weight.Read more…
I have a Pixhawk FC, and am going to buy new ESCs. I was reading about calibrating and tuning ESCs and it seems that pass-through is not possible with Pixhawk(, ).
(i) Are there any alternative/ solution for this? I am not going to be able to
looking for pix hawk programmer , drone expert in the Long Island New York area for short Gig ! you will be helping doing some custom programming involving pulling data from hall effect sensor and temp sensor from a BLDC large motor and educating sRead more…
The future of drones is not just for taking great aerial photos and gathering data. It’s also giving us the “flying Cars” or “Manned Drone” that humankind has been talking about for so many years. Imagine your daily commute with no more traffic jams,Read more…
With the technology developing, drones have been applicated to many fileds, such as daily life, industrial and military. Drones will have a huge market in the future. So which type of drone do you think is the most popular now?
Have you heardRead more…
Complete and utter noob here. I am looking for a suitable ESC for the EMAX RS2205 2300kv BLDC mounted on a Martian II 220mm frame. I already have a Pixhawk PX4 2.4.7 and plan on using that. I will be using the drone for indoor videos and/ orRead more…
I am working on a project where I need a quadcopter to accurately know its location relative to a starting point in a GPS denied environment in the dark.
A quick overview of the project:
The drone will be mounted on a vehicle in a docking station
I have a strange issue with the Pixhawk 2.4.8
the Pixhawk board gets detected by the Win7 system and also by the Mission Planner when connected via the USB port.
but whenever I plug anything into the I2C port ( GPS / I2C Extender etc.) the W
I am a part of the engineering team of a startup company called Zeius.
We are currently in development of a drone with gaming capabilities. As we’ve made progress on our internal developer tools we thought the drone community could benefit from theseRead more…
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