Steve Morris of MLB (spyplanes.com) joins us on this week's podcast (VTOL UAVs and more)

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Steve Morris of MLB joins us to talk about his VTOL UAV, ITAR export regulations and the nuisances of being in the UAV business.

Check out the awesome videos of his VTOL UAV on http://www.spyplanes.com/.

In ten episodes we've surpassed 100GB of downloads and had a total of 223 people tune in live at some point during this last episode (with about 80 people at one time)! Incredible...

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3D Robotics
Comment by Chris Anderson on November 24, 2009 at 6:23am
This was an especially good one. High points include:

--How MLB went from shoulder-mounted gliders to UAVs, and now back to gliders again (converting one to an electric UAV for NASA)
--What happened to the domestic UAV startup industry after 9/11 (nothing good!)
--Commercial opportunities for UAVs today in monitoring carbon sinks, such as the rain forest
--Why a VTOL is an especially hard IMU problem (transition from vertical to horizontal flight)
--And and always-popular Kalman vs DCM discussion!
Comment by Jack Crossfire on November 24, 2009 at 1:06pm
No-one ever asks where the MLB name came from.

T3
Comment by Jesse & Jared on December 14, 2009 at 9:06am
MLB doesn't stand for anything particularly relevant.

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