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Brazil Aircrafts is a company that manufactures Aerial Targets since 90’s. Since the creation of Antiaircraft Artillery Unit in 1950, there was a need for targets for the training of operators of aircraft guns. Initially, these targets were provided by the FAB, (Brazilian Air Force). Aircrafts at the time was the B25 that towed a target called "Windsock". Over the years these aircraft went out of service thereby Units of Antiaircraft, been without aerial targets for your training. In the 1970s, more precisely in 1972, was used a target provided by the Navy of Brazil. It was the KD2R5, manufactured by Nortrop and operated by specialized personnel of the Navy itself. The shot was run directly on the drone until the year 1974. As early as 1975 the School of Coast Artillery and Antiaircraft - EsSACosAAé - acquired the Nortrop target and began to provide 'the flak units in Brazil. For saving targets, the school adapted a system towed by Drone KD2R5. This type of support to the units in exercises lasted until 1982, when it was not possible to provide this system. In 1983 Maj. Gen. Clovis BORGES DE AZAMBUJA - Cmt of the 3rd MRI in Porto Alegre, who had commanded the 3rd GAAAé of Caxias do Sul in 1967 and 1968, was interested to see if some type of radio-controlled model airplane could meets the needs of the training system of the Antiaircraft Artillery. Since this year the Delta model is used to carry out anti-aircraft gunnery exercises until the present day and the Brazil Aircrafts since 1996 has produced Aerial Targets for the Brazilian Army. Our current goal today is to develop diferent types of aerial target for diferents demands as well required for the Brazilian Defense and also SR UAV’s for civilian and military.


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Caxias do Sul


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Andersson Beccari replied to Brian Christal's discussion PixHawk Altitude Issues
"My friend, forget Pixhawk for everything. Try in your jet model, Navio2+raspberry pi. Did work Very well for my jet. 
Se e flying on YouTube.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=sIpNPc9Y8Ig
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=C6jPAKi1SHo
Havre a good fly.…"
Feb 4, 2017
Andersson Beccari commented on Jethro Hazelhurst's blog post Pixhawk Infographic
"Hi Jethro. I have e questiuon regarding the image. The channel 3 from ESC is connected with the 3 wires (Black,Red & withe) on the "Main Out"? My esc's goes out 5V.
Thanks."
Feb 26, 2014
Andersson Beccari commented on Jethro Hazelhurst's blog post Pixhawk Infographic
"Hi Jethro. The channel 3 have the 3 wires connected? (Black, Red and Withe)?"
Feb 26, 2014
Andersson Beccari replied to Meet Shah's discussion "BAD compass health"
"Me too.... but I am with PX4"
Feb 26, 2014
Andersson Beccari replied to Randy's discussion AC3.1 & blown 3.3V regulator (was AC3.1-rc5 SPI speed problem)
"My board blown twice. Yes it is."
Feb 24, 2014
Andersson Beccari left a comment for Andersson Beccari
"It's wird, cause I do not have it! I am logged in."
Feb 2, 2014
Andersson Beccari left a comment for Joshua Johnson
"Is there any icon "Add photo" at Caddrones?"
Feb 2, 2014
Andersson Beccari left a comment for Joshua Johnson
"Hey Joshua. How cai I add some cad picture there?? I haven't seem where."
Jan 30, 2014
Andersson Beccari left a comment for Joshua Johnson
"Very nice website. "
Jan 30, 2014
Andersson Beccari posted photos
Jan 28, 2014