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Current fluctuations with steady throttle

Started Jul 25, 2015 0 Replies

Hello, I came across some weird numbers and am trying to figure out what's going on.Bixler 3, with a vanilla latest Arduplane (V3.3.0, no airframe specific tuning params) flying mostly RTL and Guided…Continue

Arduplane - Terrain following problems

Started this discussion. Last reply by Graham Dyer Dec 12, 2015. 1 Reply

Hello, I 'm having trouble with the latest Arduplane V3.3.0 (6be0932d).Got a Pixhawk (so far working perfectly on a quad) and flashed it with the above Arduplane version. Connected to MP to be told…Continue

Tags: following, Terrain

Vision based detect and avoid finally cracked?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andreas Gazis Feb 28, 2014. 2 Replies

I 'm sorry if this has been posted before, I couldn't find another reference to it on the site. Is this the most exciting breakthrough in our lifetimes or have I missed something? It looks like the…Continue

Tags: vision

PIXHAWK with 3DR radios, documentation error or dead port?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andreas Gazis Feb 25, 2014. 2 Replies

Hello, I just received a PIXHAWK kit with 433 MHz 3DR V2 radios.Following the instructions…Continue

 

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Andreas Gazis replied to Fran's discussion Are there any plans to support Skycontroller 2 on Ardu Mission Planner?
"Fran, this is possibly not the best place to get an answer to this question. If you haven't already, I  would suggest you try the Ardupilot forum, possibly under the Arduplane subforum. Also, if you have some cash to throw at this, you…"
Feb 7
Andreas Gazis commented on Mauricio's blog post Pioneering steps into fixed wing - water landing drones in marine ecology
"The research looks awesome. I shudder to ask about the price tag. MRO have blogged about an oceanography oriented Talon mini which they seem to sell for 500 USD. Granted, it's the mini and doesn't land on water but it can handle the winds,…"
Feb 5
Andreas Gazis replied to Fran's discussion Newbie Questions. Parrot Disco for agricultural and forest survey/mapping any updated infos?
"Quick reply because it's been a while and can't remember the details but Disco can run Arduplane very easily by following the instructions on the Arduplane docs. I remember there were a few bits where I had to google things (I remember I…"
Jan 25
Andreas Gazis commented on Kristaps Brass's blog post Comparing Precision of Autopilots for Survey Missions - The Results
"Sure guys, by all means, your results can be valuable and are definitely welcome. I am just pointing out what, I think, is a very easy mod to do if you are planning on doing any future tests. Well done either way."
Jan 23
Andreas Gazis commented on Kristaps Brass's blog post Comparing Precision of Autopilots for Survey Missions - The Results
"Very cool. However, if the error is calculated on how well the resulting log sticks to the plan (if I understood this correctly), then you have two major factors that confuse things: 1 - the accuracy of the onboard GPS and, most importantly, how…"
Jan 23
Andreas Gazis commented on Tiziano Fiorenzani's blog post ROS and Raspberry Pi for beginners | Tutorial on a Donkey Car
"Nice, thanks."
Jan 6
Andreas Gazis commented on Echo G's blog post Batmon: Pixhawk compatible, in-flight battery monitors with LED display
"Thank you, I can't believe that this obvious piece of tech has taken so long to be developed. Can you drop the weight / size / price further by making a version without a screen? What's the rough price?"
Jan 4
Andreas Gazis commented on Eugene Pomazov's blog post StereoPi: preparing for the batch production
"Excellent. Can't wait for production."
Dec 27, 2018
Andreas Gazis commented on Eugene Pomazov's blog post StereoPi: preparing for the batch production
"Looks very interesting. What will the price be?"
Dec 22, 2018
Andreas Gazis replied to Alexander Shenkin's discussion How to get started with fixed wings?
Nov 27, 2018
Andreas Gazis commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Ion drive drone -- NO moving parts!
"Awesome! Once the underlying electronics become off the shelf we 'll also get ion drive hair dryers, vacuum cleaners and fans."
Nov 21, 2018
Andreas Gazis replied to Dean White's discussion One Drone Flyaway during RTL and 2nd drone Fly away during Takeoff
"Did you try the ardupilot discourse forum? This is the most appropriate place for such a query."
Oct 27, 2018
Andreas Gazis commented on Chris Anderson's blog post What we're doing at our sister site, DIY Robocars (crazy fast autonomous car racing)
"I am aware of the SLAM algorithms, not that you really need full blown SLAM if your only purpose is to avoid bumping into things but it helps. aeiou's Dawn is, as far as I can tell, proprietary. To the best of my knowledge, none of these…"
Oct 27, 2018
Andreas Gazis commented on Chris Anderson's blog post What we're doing at our sister site, DIY Robocars (crazy fast autonomous car racing)
"@ The Sun Well, if these algorithms exist, I am not aware of them. In terms of planning, the best planning I have seen is the MIT airplane (2012), which uses lidar. More recently, we have this pushbroom algorithm (2015), again from MIT, which, to my…"
Oct 24, 2018
Andreas Gazis commented on Chris Anderson's blog post What we're doing at our sister site, DIY Robocars (crazy fast autonomous car racing)
"I see, but position is not the only thing you need, it is the only thing we have come to rely on in the absence of a viable alternative. The holy grail for flying things remains obstacle detection at all ranges (Cessna at 1 km, branch at 2 metres).…"
Oct 24, 2018
Andreas Gazis commented on Chris Anderson's blog post What we're doing at our sister site, DIY Robocars (crazy fast autonomous car racing)
"Nice! This looks like a lot of fun. Chris, why have we not seen similar in flying things? Is the 3D environment too complicated (compared to a flat plane populated with yellow lines and orange triangles)? Is the processing hardware too heavy?"
Oct 22, 2018

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Physicist and DIY enthusiast.
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Autonomous soaring.
Hometown:
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