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Raspberry Pi teams up with Arduplane

Came across this very interesting article on the register

"A British-led Japan-based group is building a free-software-powered flying robot for use by disaster relief organisations – and at its heart is tech darling the Raspberry Pi.

There are lots of uses for…


Added by Anish on June 17, 2012 at 12:30pm — 12 Comments

How not build a 3dr Hexacopter

 Decided to write up about my experience in building my lastest multicopter, a 3dr hexa. The lessons learned from the exercise include

  1. Check before you start , that you have all the screws  and spacers are available.
  2. Decide on what flight controller you are planning to use.
  3. Start your build early enough, so that you could catch some sleep.

 I should thank the 3dr folks again for the awesome work they have done. The build was straight forward, the…


Added by Anish on April 16, 2012 at 2:21pm — 9 Comments

Oppurtunity to have fun while you get PhD

The folks MAVlab team from the Delft University, faculty of aerospace engineering, have been actively involved in the paparazzi community. They have been part of the the paparazzi community since 2006 and have different MAV projects running in the lab. The subjects of thier projects have covered a very wide range: From swarming over autonomous spot landing, Hybrid uav`s (quads with wings), flapping wing (, fixed wing, rotary wing, electronics…


Added by Anish on January 24, 2012 at 5:26am — No Comments

Drone Zone II meet up

Thanks to Martin, we had an awesome Drone Zone meet up in UK at Charter house It brought together folks from different parts of UK and Eoin flying in from Ireland. The geekiest of us were drawn towards Pete's UAV Dev board running HIL on…


Added by Anish on October 30, 2011 at 1:56pm — 11 Comments

DIY Drones London Meetup

Thanks to Chris, according to many who had been at Number Twelve yesteraday was a very interesting meetup. One of the rare one's where you talk about everything from UAV's to how UAV's could be used to monitor eggs in bird's nest to export regulation of…


Added by Anish on October 14, 2011 at 8:30am — 3 Comments

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