So I've been trying unsuccessfully to interface a secondary GPS NMEA stream to my quad with Pixhawk installed. Finally I just connected my terminal program directly to Pixhawk and started sending a single GGA message.
Anyone who uses ArduIMU and tried to upgrade Arduino from 0022 to the current version (anything past 1.0) discovered that good old firmware that was compiling just fine in the previous versions now throws all kinds of errors. After doing a quick se
I cannot believe that I'm the only one who noticed that! I would write it off as a faulty device but I've got two brand new once here that produce identical output with the same unmodified firmware (V1.9)
This is kind of a big deal for any autopilot. If you use ardupilot with a data link and upload waypoints during flight (which is a standard feature for any autopilot) the unit stops flying the airplane and it is just free falling until the upload is
When ArduIMU initializes it accepts the horizontal plane to be the plane of initialization. For example, if I initialize ArduIMU tilted 45 deg in the roll axis it will begin outputting 0 deg roll when it initializes, and will count everything now fr