From San Diego/Tijuana to Los Cabos, everything about Ardupilot vehicles, where to buy and where to go.
Also recreational, sharing info and competition activities about drones along the beautiful Baja peninsula and South Ca.
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Let's get together and form a strong team from Baja.
Looking for Michael Edwin
The founder of apparently-defunct 3DRInstruct, which turned into UASInstruct. He is listed as living in Coronado. Michael, please get in touch.If you know Michael, please remind him to get in touch.Thank you.Greetings from Texas,Knut GrafRead more…
Jaime, thanks for all the information and tips and also for the warning about personal security. Regards, Jason
I have a general question about UAV/UAS laws in Mexico, so sorry if this is too off topic for the Baja group. I may have an opportunity to travel to Cohuila with a research team that will be performing botanical inventories. I'd like to try to do some aerial surveys while I'm there but don't want to get into trouble with authorities. This will be in an unpopulated area so the chances of encountering any state officials is slim, but I'm also concerned about a border crossing from Texas to Mexico with a case full of UAS equipment. Can anyone share some experiences or thoughts about this?
I live in San Diego, and would like to be in contact with other enthusiasts in my area.