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Martin Mueller commented on Martin Mueller's blog post Arctic campaigns
"We use standard resistor-based transmitter. They are not heated internally but we try to keep them warm by storing them in the battery box during the beyond line-of-sight flight phase. We once had an issue in Antarctica where a 2.4GHz transmitter…"
Mar 11
Roman commented on Martin Mueller's blog post Arctic campaigns
"does the transmitter have internal heating?use Hall sensors in sticks?"
Mar 9
Martin Mueller posted a blog post

Arctic campaigns

We are out for UAV field campaigns again. After one week of flying over sea ice of the Baltic sea in northern Finland we are now heading for Svalbard.…See More
Feb 10
Martin Mueller commented on microuav's blog post PAPARAZZI UAV ON PIXHAWK TEASER
"@ Rob Ok, sorry, then I misundertood your video. Was just happy to see another UAV developer being enthusiastic about flying in the cold!"
Mar 6, 2016
Martin Mueller commented on microuav's blog post PAPARAZZI UAV ON PIXHAWK TEASER
"@ Tony K We use standard LiPo batteries. They allow 1h flights at the same altitude or 5000m combined altitude in profiles. The most important thing is to not let them cool down. We put them into a 12V cooler box that is set to "heat" and…"
Mar 3, 2016
Martin Mueller commented on microuav's blog post PAPARAZZI UAV ON PIXHAWK TEASER
"@Rob Flying in cold/harsh environments is something that has been done with Paparazzi for a long time. This is a video from 2009, taken over Svalbard at 78°N in (legal) 1500m altitude. The lowest temperature we measured on the ground during that…"
Mar 2, 2016
Martin Mueller commented on earthpatrol's blog post Paparazzi UAV Release: v5.8 Stable
"You think Paparazzi should get organized in the Linux Foundation?"
Dec 23, 2015
Martin Mueller commented on Bertrand Duchiron's blog post RockBLOCK Mk2 - Iridium SatComm Module
"There is an Iridium 9602 interface based on an Arduino Mini in Paparazzi. It connects to the autopilot through I2C. SBD is fine for an "alive" message every now and then but not really a telemetry…"
Dec 12, 2015
Martin Mueller commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Pixhawk-powered XPlus One VTOL goes big on Shark Tank
"looks like a Quadshot"
Oct 25, 2015

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Vladimir "Lazy" Khudyakov commented on Martin Mueller's blog post Doing science with UAVs in the Arctic polar night
"Congratulation :)"
Nov 24, 2014
Martin Mueller posted a blog post

Doing science with UAVs in the Arctic polar night

We spent a week on Svalbard and operated autonomous aircraft to collect atmospheric data. They were accompanied by a tethered weather balloon and an autonomous under water glider.blog.pfump.orgSee More
Nov 23, 2014
Martin Mueller commented on Stefan78's blog post Unmanned Parcel Delivery is a reality!
"They created a temporary restricted area and activate it through a NOTAMhttp://www.daec.de/uploads/media/Flugbeschraenkungsgebiet_Juist.pdf1. Location between mainland and the island of Juist2. Between GND and 300ft3. Can be activated at any time…"
Sep 24, 2014
David Conger commented on Martin Mueller's blog post Paparazzi-powered UAV on the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica
"Excellent display of friendly use of a drone for the betterment of us all. Now if only the mainstream news channels could show this sort of thing not military uses. This is a good start I suppose. Way to go. FWIW: John is already up North now in the…"
Feb 11, 2014

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Vladimir "Lazy" Khudyakov commented on Martin Mueller's blog post Paparazzi-powered UAV on the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica
"Great job!"
Feb 11, 2014

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Reto Buettner commented on Martin Mueller's blog post Paparazzi-powered UAV on the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica
"The Paparazzi-powered SUMO proves to be a high value, easy to use and reliable system. 41 flights in harsh environment collecting so much data is impressive. Congratulations! BLLAST also studies the boundary layer of the atmosphere. This…"
Feb 11, 2014
MikeRover commented on Martin Mueller's blog post Paparazzi-powered UAV on the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica
"Maybe they can do some proper scientific research into this. :)"
Feb 10, 2014

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Arctic campaigns

Posted on February 10, 2018 at 11:30pm 2 Comments

We are out for UAV field campaigns again. After one week of flying over sea ice of the Baltic sea in northern Finland we are now heading for Svalbard.…

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Doing science with UAVs in the Arctic polar night

Posted on November 23, 2014 at 9:02am 1 Comment

We spent a week on Svalbard and operated autonomous aircraft to collect atmospheric data. They were accompanied by a tethered weather balloon and an autonomous under water glider.

blog.pfump.org

Paparazzi-powered UAV on the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica

Posted on February 10, 2014 at 3:00pm 6 Comments

John Cassano from the University of Colorado has been flying small fixed-wing UAVs in a remote camp in Antarctica. From his blog:

 

Since it wouldn’t be possible for us to build a 3000 foot tall automatic weather station (AWS) on the Ross Ice Shelf we have turned to using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)…

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Paparazzi in Antarctica

Posted on March 7, 2012 at 1:13pm 2 Comments

This Antarctic summer two teams flew Paparazzi driven UAS on the southernmost continent. The University of Bergen flew at the Norwegian Troll station (video) and the…

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Adaptive control: wing drop and engine failure

Posted on November 26, 2010 at 1:06pm 16 Comments



Video showing a Multiplex Twinstar II running the Paparazzi adaptive control loops. It drops 30% of the right wing with 50% of the aileron, turns off the right motor and keeps flying… Continue

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At 5:48am on April 16, 2009, Michael said…
Hi,

I am interested in purchasing a Paparazzi AP, however I dont know much about them. Are they a relatively easy system to operate and assemble?

Michael

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