Gian Carlo M.
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Tilt Rotor Quadcopter for FPV/OSD/UAV

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About Me:
Well... I used to fly model airplanes but I haven't done it since 199X...

I ended up here because I heard about Arduino and got interested in the stuff that was being done with it.

Since 2010 I have most of the parts needed to build an ArduCopter, but I still haven't sat down to build it (it's a shame).

I have a business background but I am totally into technology, innovation, entrepreneurship and, well, anarchism.

I maintain (sorta...) two blog:
http://planoa.wordpress.com - focused on start-ups, entrepreneurship and business in general
http://copirraite.wordpress.com - focused on DIY and hacking
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
www.google.com/profiles/gcmartinelli
Hometown:
São Paulo - SP - Brazil

Copirraite Blog (in Portuguese mainly... sorry)

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[OFF-topic] Meanwhile in Brazil...

Posted on January 16, 2012 at 6:30am 12 Comments

don't forget to watch the video in the linked site :D

This guy was arrested by the police for piloting his R/C plane on a busy highway, while on a bike driven by his girlfriend.

According to the reporter the news crew spotted the couple trying to trick the police by flying the airplane at…

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New Project: Quadcopter - first hover, then OSD, FPV, UAV... the works...

Posted on July 29, 2009 at 10:00pm 14 Comments

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I've never introduced myself so I'll take the time now (feel free to skip this paragraph). I have a business background but I am a technology enthusiast. Recently my interest about the business and strategics/social aspects of Open Source (especially Open Hardware) has really grown. In order to better understand the OS… Continue

Princing in Open Hardware Projects - Chris' lost blog post

Posted on July 29, 2009 at 5:06pm 7 Comments

Hello everyone, I've been in this community for quite some time, although I haven't participated much.

I'm looking for a post where Chris Anderson explains the rationale behind the initial pricing of DIYDrones products. I can't find that post anywhere.

Does anyone know what I'm talking about?

Cheers

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At 6:02pm on June 19, 2009, christina Belfiore said…
Thanks for the comment. It was a parody.
At 10:02am on July 4, 2009, Danilo Marques Figueiredo said…
E ae kra!!!Bom mesmo ver outros brasileiros por aqui!!!To meio em duvida com umas coisas por aqui...vc ja teve oportunidade de testar algum desses sistemas?!! To fuçando aqui pra ver como posso desnvolver algo.
Abrçs
At 8:00am on July 29, 2009, Danilo Marques Figueiredo said…
E ae kra, blza?!

Então pelo q penso pra vc poder fazer o quadcopter vc vai ter q desenvolver o sistema eletronico junto com o projeto pq, ao meu ver, oq vai fazer o seu quadcopter ficar estavel é justamente a eletronica q vc vai embarcar nele.
Vc já fez um projeto preliminar?! Se já maravilha, se não vc vai precisar seguir passo a passo o projeto tipo projeto conceitual, oq vc quer q ele faça e principalmente qual sistema vc vai colocar nele, isso inclui o ardupilot, por exemplo, o peso de cada componente e a forma q vc quer q o sistema funcione....
No q eu puder ajudar é só entrar em contato....

Abraços!!!
At 6:22pm on July 29, 2009, Danilo Marques Figueiredo said…
E ae Gian!!!!

Bom saber q mais alguem por aqui tem interesse em fazer algo novo...
Qto a rachar algumas despesas por enquanto não posso pois ja estou envolvido com um projeto de minha autoria....Qdo os resultados começarem a aparecer vou posta-los por aqui...

Abraços.
At 7:45am on July 30, 2009, Magellan said…
I recently disassembled my UAVP to start playing with an arduino using my existing sensors. I have been following the AeroQuad as I want to do something similar. I have three one-axis gyros where the AeroQuad using two two-axis gyros. It doesn't like it is the most stable quad out there, but for me it is the most approachable.

The challenge with using a quad as a UAV platform is getting it stable. You can't even begin to work on waypoint navigation until you can get it to hover / be controllable. That's a lot farther away than if you were to use a plane.

I lean to the quad approach for the same reason you do, lack of space nearby.
At 4:10pm on July 31, 2009, Rod Gatehouse said…
Hi Gian,

No plans as such for this platform, just built it from readily available parts. It's an experimental platform for software development, the software is the hard part!
At 8:46am on November 22, 2011, Manoel de Deus Mascarenhas Filho said…

Good morning. As everyone knows, the spots and DIYdrones forum should be posted in English. We also all know that due to the variety of subjects is complicated participate in blogs and help those in need. As I'm assembling more than a year my autopilot, having faced all sorts of problems, I propose creating a more direct channel of communication between members of DIYDRONES in Brazil. So, please consult the other Brazilians on how this tool would be interested and if we have.
grateful for the collaboration

At 8:50am on November 22, 2011, Gian Carlo M. said…

Manoel, acho uma boa ideia e imagino que a comunidade DIY Drones entenderia a necessidade de forums específicos para certos idiomas. Como você colocou, aqui tratamos de um assunto complexo e a barreira da língua pode dificultar o aprendizado.

abraço

At 6:13am on December 14, 2011,
Developer
Sandro Benigno
said…

Fala, Gian... Nossa, como eu não respondi aos comentários do mural? Perdão, amigo.
Como é que andam os projetos por aí!? Meu usuário google é sbenigno.

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