As Iam mentioned I had the same issue occur in Montana where GPS was lost and the plane headed for the ground at full throttle. We have been hot gluing our connectors as well. One thing for certain with these GPS failures we have become…"
"Chris Anderson - This is the group we made contact with the first time we went to Cebu post Super Typhoon Yolanda. I believe Ted Ralston may have contacted you for equipment support. We use your stuff, for the most part, in all of our planes. …"
So my hexa copter once I had armed it jumps up to about 500 feet, mills around a bit and did not respond to stick inputs very well. It then took off and climbed to about 2000 ft and took a course that made it unable to follow. It then came back…