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Jose Luis Herrero commented on Jose Luis Herrero's blog post Some UAV projects from Dronlab
"Dear Mateusz Thank you for your comments. In the third project we built our own obstacle avoidance library, sending offboard commands when an object is close to the vehicle. As you advice, we will take take all feasible precautions in future…"
Dec 3
Mateusz Sadowski commented on Jose Luis Herrero's blog post Some UAV projects from Dronlab
"Hi Jose!Nice projects! In the third project did you use ArduCopter? If yes did you use a built in obstacle avoidance library or do you send offboard commands to the quad? I hope you don't take this the wrong way but seeing so many of you inside…"
Dec 3
Jesus commented on Jose Luis Herrero's blog post Some UAV projects from Dronlab
"Congrats to my homecity university!! very happy to see that kind of research there! Jose Luis contact me if you want to talk.    Jesus"
Dec 3
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Some UAV projects from Dronlab

The Laboratory of Unmanned aerial vehicles (Labdron) located in the Engineering School of Extremadura University (Badajoz, Spain) have started novel activities to introduce our engineering students in the UAV environment.We have prepared courses to explain how to program UAVs and we have planned some seminars to introduce students in different technologies, such as UAV simulators, raspberry pi/arduino integration, UAV sensors, communication mechanisms and so on.We have just finished several…See More
Dec 2

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Lecturer in Computer Science
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Developing applications for UAV
Hometown:
Badajoz (Spain)

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Some UAV projects from Dronlab

Posted on December 2, 2018 at 9:00am 3 Comments

The Laboratory of Unmanned aerial vehicles (Labdron) located in the Engineering School of Extremadura University (Badajoz, Spain) have started novel activities to introduce our engineering students in the UAV environment.

We have prepared courses to explain how to program UAVs and we have planned some seminars to…

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