Heres a Screenshot of my current work on my Ardupilot Mega mission planner. If you want a look get it here

This program captures lat,long and alt from google earth and creates a waypoint writer header file or you can write directly to the APM EEPROM. Using the latest command format. The command list is currently pulled from the APM source files, so it should always be up to date.


.net framework 2.0+

Google earth browser plugin

It should run under mono


Read from your current APM and edit

Write new missions directoly to your APM

Open other peoples EEPROM data, view there missions etc.

EEPROM is saved to file on read - for those more technicly savy. - and to share with friends

View EEPROM - ability to display some internaly saved setting like gyro offsets etc.

Write a Waypoint writter header file, for use with waypoint writter.

To use it.

open it.

click Open defines.h - and point it to your ardupilot mega source directory

select your com port

click either read or write (after adding a few WP's)

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Comment by Michael Oborne on January 19, 2011 at 2:43am
the planner caches everything you load, so there is no problem with that at all. you just need to get it to load in the first place... not be behind a proxy.
Comment by Feri Ametia Pratama on February 5, 2011 at 2:57am

Thanks mike, finally i found the solution for my problems.
Connected my computer on somewhere else which is not behind proxy connection, then i cached the map that need. :D


In the latest version of your ardusim which is included in ardumega planner, are you removed the google earth and instrument features? or maybe it just didnt shown up on my computer?


I already succed simulate the ardumega with xplane for several times, but i didnt get enough data to review the flight data for further analysis.


Comment by zulfadli on February 3, 2013 at 12:56am

hello sir Michael Oborne, Im interested on mission planner using vb.  I want to dvelop mission planner by using vb for my final year project. I hope sir will help me to develop the gui. Thank you.


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