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RMRC Responses to FAA and DOT Actions

Posted on November 2, 2015 at 10:11am 2 Comments

I'm glad that someone is raising some legit questions in the name of the whole community 

  "November 2, 2015 - As many in the US are aware, the FAA and DOT are considering requiring registration of some sUAS and have created a task force to help develop that process.

The DOT and FAA have…


Which is more dangerous, drone hacking or unsafe drone operation?

Posted on December 26, 2013 at 8:00pm 20 Comments

Let me just state that  I respect Daren his work and contribution to hack and IT community and that this comment isn't directed in any way against him or his work.

Just a month ago while watching one of the Daren's videos I noticed DJI Phantom sitting on his desk and I couldn't…


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At 8:39am on August 20, 2011, Todd Hill said…

Hello Dusan.  We are waiting for our new molding materials at the moment.  Although it will not be production quality (per se) I can mold you a body from our test molds. You will have to cut out for your frame and add mounting hardware your self.  The bodies are molded and fitted with appropriate hardware for our frames, but it should be no trouble for you to fit it to yours, if you have access to rotary tools.  Do you prefer carbon, fiberglass, or a combination of both?  Both a top and bottom half?  Price will depend on exactly what you want.  Just for an Idea of how much,  full carbon body will be close to $50 + shipping.  Fiberglass around $30.  

At 6:25pm on November 11, 2015, Patrick Duffy said…

Hello Dusan,  

You asked, "Hey Patrick, is it possible to stream with qstreamer to ground and record it at the same time ? Best case record it on both sides air and ground, or just on the ground ?"

Yes you can. All of the above is possible, but I have not actually tried splitting the stream on the UAV.  I always record on the ground station. Here is a sample GStreamer pipeline to record:

udpsrc port=9000  buffer-size=60000 ! application/x-rtp,encoding-name=H264,payload=96 ! rtph264depay ! h264parse ! tee name=record ! queue ! avdec_h264 ! video/x-raw, format=I420 ! d3dvideosink sync=false record. ! queue ! mp4mux ! filesink location = /temp/fpv.mp4

This will place the recording in c:\temp\fpv.mp4.

There is one issue you could have if you don't have a way to stop the stream remotely. If you just disconnect, the EOS (End of stream) signal never is written to the file and it won't playback.  The GStreamer HUD I published will solve this issue if you hit the stop button before you stop the stream on the UAV.  Otherwise you need to stop the stream on the UAV gracefully so that the recording gets the EOS.

Hope this helps.

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