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chipKit and Arducopter

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jani Hirvinen Jul 21, 2011. 1 Reply

Hi All, was wondering if anyone had a go at running Arducopter on chipKit :-).regardsAnishContinue

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Someone always interested in technology. Have worked for the past ten years or so a researcher in security/cryptography in various research organisation in academia and industry including Ericsson and Microsoft research. Currently doing a stint in consulting. Avid reader interested in wide and varied topics from economics and philosophy to electronics, robotics and bioinformatics.
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Third party verified classification as "UAV addict". Owner/tinkerer of multiple AP platforms including APM, Gluonpilot, Forebrain+Ceraphim , MP32F4 + NAVI, MK, UBD4, Multiwii and FY90Q. Have two quads, one hexa, one fixed wing and rover platform in action. Currently in the process of continous knowledge aquisition (past linear phase) in areas related to UAV from folks from ardupilot/copter and UDB developer community.

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Raspberry Pi teams up with Arduplane

Posted on June 17, 2012 at 12:30pm 12 Comments

Came across this very interesting article on the register

"A British-led Japan-based group is building a free-software-powered flying robot for use by disaster relief organisations – and at its heart is tech darling the Raspberry Pi.

There are lots of uses for…


How not build a 3dr Hexacopter

Posted on April 16, 2012 at 2:21pm 9 Comments

 Decided to write up about my experience in building my lastest multicopter, a 3dr hexa. The lessons learned from the exercise include

  1. Check before you start , that you have all the screws  and spacers are available.
  2. Decide on what flight controller you are planning to use.
  3. Start your build early enough, so that you could catch some sleep.

 I should thank the 3dr folks again for the awesome work they have done. The build was straight forward, the…


Oppurtunity to have fun while you get PhD

Posted on January 24, 2012 at 5:26am 0 Comments

The folks MAVlab team from the Delft University, faculty of aerospace engineering, have been actively involved in the paparazzi community. They have been part of the the paparazzi community since 2006 and have different MAV projects running in the lab. The subjects of thier projects have covered a very wide range: From swarming over autonomous spot landing, Hybrid uav`s (quads with wings), flapping wing (, fixed wing, rotary wing, electronics…


Drone Zone II meet up

Posted on October 30, 2011 at 1:56pm 11 Comments

Thanks to Martin, we had an awesome Drone Zone meet up in UK at Charter house It brought together folks from different parts of UK and Eoin flying in from Ireland. The geekiest of us were drawn towards Pete's UAV Dev board running HIL on…


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At 10:33am on October 6, 2011,

Hi Anish,

I'm putting together another Drone Zone meeting in the next few weeks near Guildford....... Would that interest you?

Are you still going to the Wired event next week?



At 10:52am on October 6, 2011, Anish said…
Drone zone near guilford, cool I live in woking. Assuming it's weekend I should be there :)
I don't think I could do wired event, even though I would love to, have a workshop with client which involves large sums. So management wants me for that back in London. Should be able to join u and Chris in the evening if all goes well :)
At 9:12pm on October 16, 2011, Ravi said…

hi anish, how r u. i am ravi, based in new delhi, india. i am into amature UAV's and autopilots. a keen RC flyer. but lately into APM. flown some very good sorties in autonomous mode using a skywalker. now trying to fly a twinboom (2m wing span)pusher prop using Arduplane 2.24. Keenly awaiting the new ARM processor due in DEC2011. are u in london? how did the DIY Drones gettogether go. i wish i could be there. would love to meet Chris.

At 12:55pm on October 31, 2011, Peter Bell said…

Sure, enclosed is a picture if you can add it as I am not sure how to edit the post as the blog post did not appear on my profile for editing.


At 6:53am on November 13, 2011, Kristian said…
Cheers Anish,
Let me know when you have mailed me as I think our mails have gone down, just trying to sort it now.
At 10:29am on November 13, 2011, Kristian said…
No problem cheers.
At 7:01pm on February 19, 2012, jon.buford said…
I'm interested to find out more how people would use 3D printers, CNC milling, and laser cutting for building here. Is cutting foam a useful thing or would it need to be carbon fiber and metal?
At 8:46am on February 20, 2012, jon.buford said…

Is most of the space doing multicopters at this point? That is what it seems like.

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