We shot some video footage of the pyrotechnics tests and thought you guys might have an interest in seeing some drones shoot fireworks. Using UgCS DDC (Drone Dance Controller) it would be possible to control multiple drones equipped with light…Continue
We have reached the ninth week in of our autopilot precision series in which we test the different drones and autopilots by flying them on a simple photogrammetry route created in UgCS mission planning software.
This week we put the Microdrones md4-200 to the test by running it through our photogrammetry route and analysing flight precision. For results, see…
This is the eighth part of our autopilot precision series in which we test the different drones and autopilots by flying them on a simple photogrammetry route created in UgCS mission planning software.
This week it’s finally time to put the Lockheed Martin Indago professional drone to the test. See the video below for flight…
Recently we did an endurance test on our AirMast drone. We thought you guys might be interested in seeing the video of it.
In the test the drone was made to hover in the air for 8 hours straight. It was powered from the ground through a lightweight cable. The system features an intelligent winch for the cable, allowing the drone to reach an altitude…
We have reached the seventh week in our autopilot precision series. In this series we test different drones and autopilots by flying them on a simple photogrammetry route created in UgCS.
So far we have tested quite a few drones, including DJI Phantom 4 and 3, DJI Naza-M V2, Mikrokopter Quad XL, DJI A2 as well as PX4. This week we put the DJI Inspire 1 to…
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We have reached the sixth week in our autopilot precision series. In this series we test different drones and autopilots by flying them on a simple photogrammetry route created in UgCS.
So far we have analysed DJI Phantom 4, DJI Naza-M V2, Mikrokopter Quad XL, DJI A2 as well as PX4. This week we take a look at how well did the older generation DJI – Phantom 3…
Hi, everyone, this is the fifth part of our autopilot precision series in which we test the different drones and autopilots by flying them on a photogrammetry route created in UgCS.
So far we have published the results for DJI Phantom 4, DJI Naza-M V2, Mikrokopter Quad XL and DJI A2. This week we finally put the PX4 autopilot through the test. For this we used…
We have reached the fourth week of our autopilot precision series. In this series of articles / videos we test the different drones by flying them on a standard photogrammetry route created in UgCS.
So far we have analysed DJi Phantom 4, DJI Naza-M V2 and Mikrokopter Quad XL. In this week’s video we take a look at the results of DJI A2. The particular A2 was set…
Some of you might remember our previous post about the universal adapter for DJI gimbals we have developed: http://diydrones.com/profiles/blogs/universal-adapter-for-dji-gimbals?xg_source=activity
We are excited to share with you that recently we have managed to…
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This is the third week of our autopilot precision series. In this series of articles / videos we test the precision of different drones / autopilots by flying them on a standard photogrammetry mission created in UgCS.
Last two weeks we published the results of DJI Phantom 4 and DJI Naza-M V2. This week we look at how well MikroKopter Quad XL performed on…
This is the second instalment in a series in which we test the precision of different drones and autopilots by flying them on a standard photogrammetry mission created in UgCS.
Last week we published a test of DJI Phantom 4 where we tested the precision of this drone on our photogrammetry route. In this week’s video we review the flight results from another…
Here at SPH Engineering we have a fleet of various drones we use for diverse research and development projects as well as testing new releases of UgCS.
When it comes to using drones for land surveying, mapping or 3D reconstructions, flight precision plays an important role. This is why we decided to test the precision of different drones to see how well they compare to one another. For that we prepared a short photogrammetry mission in UgCS to see how well does the…
We would like to share with you a project we've been working on at SPH Engineering. We have developed an adapter that makes it possible to connect and use DJI gimbals / camera systems with virtually any other drone or autopilot.
It was designed as a part of our tethered drone system AirMast (airmast.com), however, it will be available separately as well.…Continue
UgCS has been developed for more than 4 years and it is used in 159 countries - a fact that motivates us to continue improvement of UgCS. Although our Customer team would be glad to travel to 159 countries, but understanding, that we can’t meet all UgCS users in person - we send sincere greetings from Latvia! :)
List of most UgCS…Continue
Added support for PX4, DJI Matrice 600 and DJI A3 autopilot, expanding the already wide base of UgCS supported drones.…Continue
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Operating in remote areas can present challenges in communications. In areas with weak or non-existing communication networks, large changes in elevation or obstacles, one must look for other purposes of establishing communications. Where there are no towers, drones can be used to set up temporary communication networks.
However, the limited flight time of…
How often do you need to make repeatable flights in areas for which Google or other map provider data is outdated? It’s a typical scenario for flying a drone in rapidly changing areas such as construction sites, quarries, mines, disaster areas etc.
If this is the case for you, then you probably are…Continue
We’re proud and very excited to announce the release of the newest version of UgCS ground station software for drones – UgCS 2.9 Update 1. We’ve put in a lot of work to make sure this is the most polished version of UgCS ever. Along with changes in UgCS desktop version, the users of “UgCS for DJI” mobile app will also notice some useful improvements.
Hey, DIYDrones community,
We've had the request to implement a feature that allows moving the entire UgCS route.
This feature is coming, however, in the meanwhile, we have developed a script that allows you to move the entire route with ease.
The script is available on GitHub here:…
We have had quite a few requests about importing KML files in our UgCS ground control software.
Unfortunately UgCS doesn't have such functionality. However, we have prepared a simple converter for this purpose. It can take polygons from a KML file and generate a UgCS route with Photogrammetry, Area Scan or Perimeter.