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a quadcopter with one motor less

Started this discussion. Last reply by robert bouwens Jan 15, 2011. 2 Replies

is there ongoing work for a tricopter?thanks for sharing the info.robertContinue

compiling the apm stuff not using a gps device

Started Jan 14, 2011 0 Replies

i have not yet ordered a gps :)and the code does not compile - and prob. never has been tested. the variable/class AP_GPS_NONE does not exist.it is sligthly different - in the ArduPilotMega you have…Continue

 

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robert bouwens commented on Matthew Silic's blog post Sensors for Attitude Estimation
"hmm, mostly i use uncalibrated mag data!the hmc5983 has a build in offset correction. as the hmc5983 is available in homeopathic dosis i will dig in the dpi method. i have used mahony in the past and try to avoid this kinda sensorfusion. the…"
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robert bouwens commented on Matthew Silic's blog post Sensors for Attitude Estimation
"yes, it doesn't look bad. i have clue what would be good and in contrast bad. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqQCbkncVYI i prefer simpler things. using a milled cube and turn it fast on a granite table. that's always interesting to watch…"
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robert bouwens commented on Matthew Silic's blog post Sensors for Attitude Estimation
"the 15 state ekf did cause some disappointing results in comparison with the px4 ekf. if it starts raining again i will redo some of my tests - hopefully with a double precision fpu. 6 axis sensor fusion is ok as the mag do tends to disappear."
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robert bouwens commented on Matthew Silic's blog post Sensors for Attitude Estimation
"thanks for sharing! a lot to read ..."
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robert bouwens commented on Martin Rüedi's blog post FlightZoomer 3 is released!
"my eyes didn't spot the dot :-/ getting older ... thanks!"
Aug 16, 2018
robert bouwens commented on Martin Rüedi's blog post FlightZoomer 3 is released!
"jüngling: The owner of flightzoomer.com. has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website. mach mal was!"
Aug 16, 2018
robert bouwens commented on Martin Rüedi's blog post Flying from overseas using the autopilot & virtual FPV from FlightZoomer 3
"hmm, d'gegend cunned mer irgenwie bekannt vor :-) beedi düme ufe. en gruas vo me ne klingnauer!"
May 18, 2018
robert bouwens commented on Chris Anderson's blog post ETH open sources aggressive quadcopter code
May 10, 2018
robert bouwens commented on Chris Anderson's blog post ETH open sources aggressive quadcopter code
"sorry, have the link not ready. just start reading ..."
May 9, 2018
robert bouwens commented on Chris Anderson's blog post ETH open sources aggressive quadcopter code
"that going to be time consuming."
May 5, 2018
robert bouwens commented on hiroshi takey's blog post [COMMUNITY] - Today, Ardupilot banned to me from and my related Ardupilot project.
"anticipatory obedience ..."
Mar 24, 2018
robert bouwens commented on Ben Levitt's blog post The UDB5mini is now available from Octopilot!
"ohhh, looks like i have to extend my collection of flight controllers. well done! cheers robert"
Mar 9, 2018
robert bouwens replied to jasmine's discussion IMU-AHRS
"check the ahrs calass. build on observer on top of the values of interest"
Feb 24, 2018
robert bouwens commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post PocketPilot , a new Linux FC based on the 25$ PocketBeagle®
"the pru is not linux. ist just a co-processor for the sitara. offloading interrupts from the linux kernel is actually a good thing. we will see where the road ends. but at least you have to show a video when your work is getting up in the air ;-)"
Jan 27, 2018
robert bouwens commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post PocketPilot , a new Linux FC based on the 25$ PocketBeagle®
"robert nelson is very nice. did need his help as well to build an embedded linux system."
Jan 27, 2018
robert bouwens commented on Patrick Poirier's blog post PocketPilot , a new Linux FC based on the 25$ PocketBeagle®
"i destroyed to many of them. haven't build a small system recently but it shouldn't be that hard. did it for years in the past."
Jan 27, 2018

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Sebastian Madgwick's Quaternion solution - Episode II

Posted on September 19, 2011 at 11:00am 7 Comments

I made nice progress - but not after having some bad experience.

As you may know I decided recently to replace DCM with the solution from Seb.

During my holidays in holland i got a terrible cold but i could work a little bit.

Not in terms of a total new framework but experience what to do and…

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Sebastian O.H. Madgwick's Filter in action

Posted on July 10, 2011 at 9:24am 9 Comments

i have been struggling with gyro drift and up to now no real solution exists.

it effects the pirates and the newer arducopter2 code base because both build upon the same dcm implementation.

 

i played around with the pirate code base and could improve the situation a little bit.

and after a few trials i decided to replace the current dcm implementation by the quaternion solution from sebastian madgwick.

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At 5:54am on May 29, 2011, Samantha Oborne said…

The usability should be considerably improved upon from the older versions..

But of course it's a matter of continual refinement.

At 10:43am on May 29, 2011, robert bouwens said…
hmm,
let's start at the begin.
the protocoll should be able to tell what firmware is installed.
from that result you can show the options available for the installed firmware.

the current look and feel is that from a geek - somewhere in the corner and as small as possible.
i would prefer a tabcontrol with pages added dynamically ...
my view - but showing all possibilities is for a beginner not what i would suggest.

the basic ideas are well done - need to organized in a matter which makes sense...

robert
At 4:16am on July 13, 2011, Roy Brewer said…
Hi Robert. No, I have not looked in detail at the implementation

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