Drone Logbook: import and analyse APM Copter log file

Some DIY-Drones pilots asked us to add a log importer and analyser functionality to DroneLogbook.

We are happy to announce, that we have released it a week ago!

Here is what you can do with it:

- import APM Copter platform log file. For moment only these log are supported.

- View trace of the flight on a google map

- View altitude graph of the flight. When moving cursor on the altitude graph, position on the trace is highlighted. Speed of the drone is also displayed when selecting a point on the altitude graph.

- Review parameters calculated from the log:

  • Version of the software (Ex: ArduCopter V3.1.2)
  • Flight duration and date
  • Max altitude
  • Max speed
  • Voltages at begin and at end of the flight
  • Current max and average
  • Total capacity used on the battery in mA and in % from the total capacity of the battery

- Review all log file parameters 

- Closest hotspots are displayed, matched from your existing hotspot list.

- Create automatically a new flight entry in your log book with all relative data set. Map trace, altitude graph and all parameters can be reviewed afterward in the detail screen of a flight (all data are saved in the cloud database).

Feel free to connect or create a free account to play with this great tool: www.drone-logbook.com.

PS: Thanks to Erik Groeneveld for his help to design this importer.


Have good flights!

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Comment by Brandon Clifford on October 10, 2014 at 7:52pm

Wanted something like this! Will test it out soon.


Comment by Franc on October 14, 2014 at 1:25pm

i tried but i dont see the point of using it... I wihs it was a real analyzer

too many features is missing...

Comment by Tiaan Roux on November 12, 2014 at 12:26am

Well done, very nice platform!

Any chance of adding a batch uploading function for .log files?


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