Dean Goedde's highly-anticipated Attopilot, in Pro, Basic and RTL form (estimated costs: $800, $400, $100), will have a proper home in ten days, when his site goes live. [UPDATE: Dean doesn't have an exact date for availability, but as he notes in the comment below, he expects to start taking order in 4-6 weeks, with units shipping around that time.] Lots of background info in this incredibly long thread.

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Comment by corey on September 25, 2008 at 7:58am
I feel fortunate to have guys like Chris and Dean that devote so much of their talent into streamlining autonomous capabilities so that noobs like me can actually participate. I've been flying r/c for a decade but have always wanted to get into the UAV field. Having been paying close attention to all the developments in the autopilot world, only now (with the release of the atto/ardu pilots) do I have the confidence to move forward with my first project.


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