Dadamuga Mazino
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Helicopter flying backwards

Started this discussion. Last reply by Darrell Burkey Dec 29, 2012. 4 Replies

Last weekend I got my copter flying (Success! :D)However, it flies as if its front is its back. What is even weirder is if I turn the APM2 around on the frame so that it faces the right direction,…Continue

Tags: APM2.5, orientation, inverted, flying, configuration

Arducopter destroying my Lipo Battery?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Luke Olson Dec 3, 2012. 7 Replies

I just built my Arducopter however, when i connect my battery to the set up the escs start beeping indicating there is a problem with the voltage. When i connect the battery to a lipo battery charger…Continue

Tags: hardware, voltage, apm2.5, battery, lipo

How to fix incorrect pitch, yaw and roll values

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dadamuga Mazino Nov 19, 2012. 5 Replies

I'm currently connecting my APM2.5 to my pc using a usb. When i connect it to the pc using the mission planner the Roll Pitch and Yaw are always waay off from the actual orientation of the board.I…Continue

Tags: roll, pitch, yaw, orientation, amp2.5

Testing quadcopter using pc as a power source

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dadamuga Mazino Nov 7, 2012. 2 Replies

Hello guys, I'm another newbie to UAVs (and electronics to an extent). I was wondering, is it possible to power the quadcopter and all its parts such as motors via the APM2's usb port? I'm planning…Continue

Tags: power, usb, apm2, newbie


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About Me:
I'm a Computer Science student with a keen interest in robotics and cybernetics.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
I'm very interested in building an obstacle navigating drone. It would simply be able to identify obstacles and navigate itself through them to be able to reach a way point. Additionally, I'm thinking of programming them to identify objects or people and be able to follow them around.

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