These Bormatec MAJA and Cam-FLyer Q will be used for inspection, mapping, aerial images and surveillance at Aarhus University, Denmark at the Danish Centre for Food and Agriculture in Foulum. Aarhus University, Foulum

Both planes have now been assembled and ready for manual flight, waiting for components like GPS, telemetry, autopilot and different sensors ordered from 3DR. The smaller Cam-Flyer Q is more for test setups and to get flight experience with since I only worked with multirotors so far.

I hope that I can learn and get experience from other MAJA users here on DIYdrones.

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  • Hello, I am also interested in changing my Skywalker by Maja.

    What are your general impressions of the UAV? What is the total weight will you carry?


  • Maiden flight in manual mode: http://youtu.be/K5MXA1qR1n0
  • I almost picked up the MAJA over a Skywalker, let me know what you think!

  • Hi Søren's, might drop by the AMC next visit to Aarhus, Risskov is close to the city too!

    Putting together a build log for the Predator 650 from HK so no flying for a few weeks. :)

  • Hi Søren

    Nice you also studied at Aarhus University, I'm an electronics engineer from AU and robotic engineer from SDU. I plan to do smaller test flights outside of Aarhus on a large field (maybe in the local RC flight field www.amc-rc-dk) and longer flights at Foulum near Tjele. I hope to adjust the CoG by placing the battery on the right spot.

    Swift I promise to put up some more info and pics when I'm airborne!

  • Hi,

    Well fell free to ask me. I an an AU alumni :) - Computer Science. I am not in Aarhus any longer though.

    I never had the Bormatecs but I know them from a friend. He cut his Maja up and moved a section or the forward fuselage to the rear, to get CoG right. That might not be necessary for all.

    So where do you fly them? I have flown Ardupilot stuff for a few years now.



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