Tiziano Fiorenzani
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  • Tulsa, OK
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Taranis Failsafe and Arducopter - ALMOST CRASHED!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tiziano Fiorenzani Apr 4, 2017. 2 Replies

Hi everyone, I thought it might be interesting to post what it just happened to me last Friday. I was flying my Octa-Quad with AC 3.4.dev (an old version that I use for testing, but the very same…Continue

Tags: failsafe, lost, connection, taranis

AC 3.3 fly away... or maybe not?

Started Mar 16, 2016 0 Replies

Hi guys, in these days I've been flying with a beta version 3.4-dev (9a09a86b). The reason why I'm using it instead the released 3.3.3 is because I found it more "stable". As soon as I upgraded to…Continue

Tags: away, fly, glitch, 3.3, flyaway

AltHold - Inaccurate altitude estimation and motor pulsing

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tiziano Fiorenzani Jan 27, 2016. 32 Replies

Hi guys, I have not followed the last release, so I got very upset when I updated my old, steady 3.2.1 Octa-Quad multirotor with the new 3.3.2. Of course I do realize that my system is kind of a…Continue

Tags: pulsing, inaccurate, issue, althold, 3.3.2

PX4FLOW Board and Pixhawk

Started Jul 3, 2015 0 Replies

Hi to allI have just bought a PX4 Flow module with sonar sensor and connected to my Pixhawk board using the i2c cable. I've followed the instructions in this …Continue

Tags: flow, px4flow


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srz 007 commented on Tiziano Fiorenzani's blog post Setup a Raspberry Pi as a Companion PC
"Very good work! I would like to ask. Have you ever try to connect RPi3 B+ with the last pixhawk 4? "
Jul 23, 2019
Tiziano Fiorenzani commented on Tiziano Fiorenzani's blog post ROS and Raspberry Pi for beginners | Tutorial on a Donkey Car
"Episode #8: SLAM for Beginners with Hector SLAM and RPLIDAR"
Jul 3, 2019
Alberto Vila commented on Tiziano Fiorenzani's blog post ROS and Raspberry Pi for beginners | Tutorial on a Donkey Car
"thank you so much for this"
Apr 27, 2019
Tiziano Fiorenzani commented on Tiziano Fiorenzani's blog post ROS and Raspberry Pi for beginners | Tutorial on a Donkey Car
"Episode #7: Build and integrate a Laser Scanner in ROS"
Apr 26, 2019
Ben Tan commented on Tiziano Fiorenzani's blog post Implementing a simple Trajectory Tracking algorithm with Python
"Sir, could you please enlighten how one should go about implementing proportional navigation guidance in Dronekit? "
Apr 22, 2019

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About Me:
Graduated in 2004 in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Pisa (Italy). Worked in a great Company (UTRI) untill I moved to Eurolink Systems in 2012.
Now I work for a Startup in Oklahoma, having great time
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Working on GNC of professional and military drones since 2004.

Moved to Tulsa Oklahoma in 2015, working in a Startup company. Developing mainly for Companion PC in Python (love it)
Roms (Italy)

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ROS and Raspberry Pi for beginners | Tutorial on a Donkey Car

Posted on January 5, 2019 at 8:36am 12 Comments

Technically speaking there is no mention of any autopilot in my tutorial. But, as ROS (Robot Operating System) becomes more and more popular, I kinda felt like it was time to create a Tutorial for beginner that was actually fun to do (and watch, I hope).

So I decided to go…


Video Course: Mavlink, Qground, Dronekit...

Posted on November 14, 2018 at 11:30am 3 Comments

I interviewed Caleb Bergquist, a developer like us who posted a complete video course online about:

 - Setting up the developer environment

 - Mavproxy and Qground Control



Precision Landing in 7 Steps and Coding Challenge...

Posted on October 15, 2018 at 10:30am 3 Comments

Part 2 of my Tutorial about Precision Landing, using a Raspberry Pi, OpenCv, Arducopter and Dronekit.

> Plus my first Shout Out... at the very end!

> Plus the first…


Precision Landing with OpenCv and Aruco Markers | Part 1

Posted on August 21, 2018 at 9:56am 3 Comments

Here I am again with a new tutorial. Find it on Youtube

Suggestions for further videos? >>> Write it down in the comments or on my YouTube…


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