Global Synchronized Autonomy #1 is rapidly approaching and with it, the need to safely manage the flight of multiple autonomous aircraft. Over the past few months, I've been fine tuning a distributed, browser based, UAV control system that I call the Flying Robot Commander, FRC for short. The FRC integrates with PaparazziUAV via the PPRZLink messaging interface and gives me the ability to safely manage multiple autonomous aircraft. Sometimes I remember to setup a tripod and capture a bit of the development process. Case in point, here's a short video clip of a pre-flight system test that I conducted yesterday. Pretty pleased with how well the system works and how easily I can create a diverse set of interfaces for managing the aircraft in a safe manner. Enjoy the video and remember to take part in GSA #1. Plans for GSA #2 are already in the works. Upward and onward.

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Comment by Andrew Tridgell on May 26, 2016 at 4:35am

very nice!

Comment by John Githens on May 27, 2016 at 2:34pm

Impressive!

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