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Quadcopter motors output

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrien HADJ-SALAH Apr 12, 2015. 1 Reply

Hi everyone,I have looked the arducopter and multiwii codes but I can't find this information : how much amplitude you give to attitude control using the motors. I mean : if your motor signal…Continue

heterogeneous motors on quadcopter

Started Apr 9, 2015 0 Replies

Hi everyone,I build a project called Breeze which aims to develop an autopilot for UAV. Few months ago I change the code a bit to adapt the board to a quadcopter.My problem is that I have so far 3…Continue

What is the stall speed or minimum speed of the Skywalker X-8

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Rabbitt Jan 2, 2015. 6 Replies

Hello everyone,I'm looking for X-8 users, Skywalker X-8, more than 2m wingpsan, I wanted to know if you have data about the minimum speed you were able to glide or stall speed. I read somewhere that…Continue


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I'm a french aeronautics and space engineer.
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I started an UAV project few months ago and my goal is to create a nice and strong airplane with a powerful embedded system to achieve various missions.

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Kalman filter parameter importance

Posted on July 12, 2015 at 11:19am 1 Comment

Hi everyone,

I'm working on the BreezeUav project which is open-source autopilot for fixed-wing and multicopter. So far it's possible to fly by using the board we designed based on Atmega 2560 and we currently adapt the code to be executed on ARM Cortex soon.

Anyway today I wanted to share with you some outputs I find by running the Kalman filter…


BreezeUAV new flight : a crash but also some features tested

Posted on December 16, 2014 at 9:03am 0 Comments

Hi everyone,

Today I made a new flight using the BreezeUAV autopilot that I develop in open-source ( :

It ended up with a crash due to motor vibrations leading to wrong roll evaluation. Actually I was aware of those vibrations, I thought the Kalman and Low-Pass filter will be enough to have good value. Without propeller I had 0.3G of…


BreezeUAV : An open-source autopilot for UAV

Posted on December 10, 2014 at 9:00am 4 Comments

Hi everyone,

I'm happy to share with you today BreezeUAV.

BreezeUAV is an autopilot running on Arduino Mega 2560 which allow the user to do some automatic missions or to fly in "semi-automatic" mode with a Joystick. In fact, instead of controlling the surface controls of the airplane, the joystick define the euler angles desired. Then the autopilot, using PID controllers, stabilize the UAV.

I first decide to implement the whole system on a Yak…


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