Andrew Baker
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Andrew Baker commented on Chris Anderson's blog post How do modern open source autopilots compare to aerospace-grade IMUs?
"I am an Engineer for Honeywell located in Phoenix, AZ.  Today they announced their new HG4930 IMU.  It sells for anywhere from $7k to $13.5k.  You can play hockey with it.  Would you play hockey with a Pixhawk2 Cube?…"
Feb 8

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About Me:
I am a Software Engineer with Honeywell Aerospace located in Phoenix, AZ. I design and implement avionics systems for our business jet customers (Embraer, Gulfstream, Dassault, and Pilatus). I've been an aviation enthusiast since I was born. Growing up in Wisconsin the highlight of every year was attending the EAA Oshkosh airshow. Today I still attend this annual event. Outside of work I enjoy building and flying RC aircraft and delving into the exciting world of micro controllers and their capabilities.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
With my history of RC aircraft, getting into multirotors was natural. I currently do Aerial Videography and teaching through: Although flying multirotors is fun I'm more interested in the building and programming of these vehicles. In January I will begin pursuing a MS in Computer Science with emphasis in Robotics and Machine Learning from Georgia Tech. The idea being to further develop the capabilities of UAVs.
Green Bay, Wisconsin

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