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Creating a dedicated camera photo logger with IMU, GPS, and trigger sensor.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pau Nov 1, 2016. 16 Replies

Problem 1:The APM .log files contain CAM messages based on when the autopilot commanded the camera to be triggered. It doesn't know when or if the camera actually triggered. This can result in CAM…Continue

Autolanding failure. Tip stall? on turn to final causing uncommanded roll to 80 deg.

Started this discussion. Last reply by iskess Oct 12, 2013. 11 Replies

Today's autolanding attempt with my Skywalker 1880 was a failure. I attempted to insert some Do_Change_Speed commands to incrementally slow down from cruise speed to landing speed. On the base…Continue

Using CONDITION_CHANGE_ALT to achieve altitude crossing restrictions

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Alejo Teissière Jun 16, 2014. 5 Replies

I'm flying (Plane) in very steep terrain and I want to be able to loiter over a point to climb to an given altitude before continuing on with the mission. Same for my approach, I want to loiter over…Continue

Plane: I programmed 1 loiter turn and got 4.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Buetow Oct 5, 2013. 7 Replies

To set up my approach I programmed one loiter turn at WP27, but when the plane arrived it did 4 turns before continuing on to a nearly perfect autolanding.Also, look at WP27 and notice that the…Continue

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iskess replied to Bert's discussion Skywalker 1900 , gridmission skipping patch and not following waypoints correct
"How do you know that you don’t need rudder? The plane will fly in a straight line of the ailerons are compensating for the rudder. Check the lateral acceleration in the logs to be sure.  "
5 hours ago
iskess replied to Bert's discussion Skywalker 1900 , gridmission skipping patch and not following waypoints correct
"I’ve seen this before, especially with the Skywalker. I suspect that your plane is flying in a slip due to the spiraling slipstream from the big pusher prop hitting the tail and creating a yaw.  You can see the plane flying in a slip…"
yesterday

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Photogrammetry using X8, 2013 Skywalker, and a Skywalker converted to a Quadplane.
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