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About Me:
Olivier Brousse, long time drone builder and flyer
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Autonomous drone development for research and industry.
Boulder, CO

Olivier's Blog

Impressive Ardupilot based Drone Delivery Demo

Posted on October 25, 2017 at 2:17pm 1 Comment

Late last month drone company Matternet demoed a first, a precise and fully automated drone…


Two Ardupilot News Items: Copter 3.5; The Solo Lives On

Posted on July 27, 2017 at 8:24pm 3 Comments

In case you missed it, some great news items in the last couple weeks, from the Ardupilot development powerhouse:

- Release of Copter 3.5

- The Solo lives on

Copter 3.5 is a major release with an extensive list of new features and improvements, including support for visual odometry, obstacle avoidance, RTK…


On the Road to Maker Faire

Posted on May 9, 2017 at 11:11am 0 Comments

Great video from Ardupilot Development Team member Jaime Machuca, on working towards  an upcoming Maker Faire in San Francisco's Bay area. The Ardupilot event is sponsored by Intel.

More  information on the project is available…


Congratulations to accepted Ardupilot students, Google Summer of Code 2017

Posted on May 4, 2017 at 12:33pm 4 Comments

Every year Google proposes to fund students for the summer with its GSoC program, where open source organizations and students are announced  through a highly selective process. This year was the first time Ardupilot applied as its own entity, and Google just granted it  four student  positions. No doubt due in part to the high number of student proposals submitted to…


Comment Wall (1 comment)

At 9:16pm on January 14, 2017, Azjeg said…

Hi Olivier,

You can use it of course. Just let me know which one you like best and I'll find the high resolution original for editing or cleaning up. Except for a very few of them which were shot by a pro friend of mine, I usually take all the pictures of our gear, but I'm not a professional photographer, so you need some processing on them, surely... :-)


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