I thought it was about time to start a U.K group, mainly due to the time difference between us and USA, so members can discuss their issues here and hopefully get the help they require sooner? Also it possible there is someone living not far away from yourself that you could swap ideas with and get first hand help and advice with your project.

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  • Thanks all you guys. Really appreciate it.
  • I'm in Harlow :-)
  • Hi Mohammed,
    I am Anish, i live in London currently away in Mountain view. Be back in last week of August. Btw please feel free to sign up to Dronezone ( i am the organiser for that meetup :))
  • Hi Mohammad, I am happy to help too. Anything specific you having trouble with or need guidance.

    Feel free to join on http://www.meetup.com/DroneZone/ for meetups and workshops. If I can reassemble mine before next weekend I will be at the Old Croydon airport site next weekend.
  • Hey Mohammad. Happy to help. In Birmingham but travel to London quite a bit

  • Thanks Jared. Im adding u
  • Im in stratford. I can bring my arducopter over if thats ok with you. Lets talk more about arranging a time and date ?
  • Where abouts in London are you? I'm in Potters Bar.

    I'm no expert but have crashed mine so many times I can get it flying with my eyes closed :)

  • just find me on skype email is ox141jf@hotmail.co.uk

  • Thanks Jared. I can start with that.
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