Updates from NavStik: World's smallest/lightest micro navigation and control module!

 

NavStik users are now using NavStik to build a variety of autonomous systems. Its extremely small size and light weight (4 grams), coupled with a powerful Cortex M4 processor and digital sensors, allow its use in a wide range of autonomous/intelligent mini and micro UAV systems. Users have successfully deployed NavStik on fixed-wing, rotary wing (co-ax), multicopter and flapping-wing MAVs.

 

Here is the raw video captured during one of the recent quadcopter flight tests:

 

Users at IIT Kanpur are using NavStik to fly autonomous rotary wing (co-ax) MAVs:

 

They have also successfully stabilized a flybarless co-ax using NavStik:

 

More details are available, here: http://navstik.org

 

If you are using NavStik for any of these applications, we will be happy to help you out!

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Comment by mP1 on November 27, 2013 at 6:57am

Please move the leds from the bottom, you cant see them if they are there and you mount it to something!

Can this take the pixhawk arducopter, is there a port ?

Comment by Nitin Gupta on November 27, 2013 at 7:12am

The way NavStik is mounted on IvyPRO, LEDs show up on the top! Further, the LEDs have been placed on the edge of the PCB, so that they are somewhat visible, even in cases where they are on the bottom.

Yes, there is a fully-functional/tested port available for the pixhawk code (NuttX RTOS). Fixed-wing and multicopters have been successfully flown using this port. Drivers and base-code for ChibiOS RTOS is available, as well.

Comment by jan michael on November 27, 2013 at 10:57pm

Is this made in india? indian guy who test the board?

Comment by Nitin Gupta on November 28, 2013 at 5:51am

Yes, its made in Pune, India! More about Pune: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pune

Comment by Hansaka Perera on December 5, 2013 at 8:58pm

good job guys and good luck with the project. I'm wondering if this is working with pixhawk code then does it work with ground station application too?

Comment by Nitin Gupta on December 5, 2013 at 9:29pm

Yes, since this code-base uses MAVLink, it can be configured for any compliant ground control application (MIssion Planner, QGCS, etc.).

Comment by Siddharth Shivalkar on September 30, 2015 at 6:30pm

hi nitin... is the project still working? and are there any boards available for tests?? ( i am from Pune )

Comment by Nitin Gupta on October 1, 2015 at 2:56am

Hey Siddharth! Yes, it very much is. Can you please write to admin@navstik.org with your requirements. Will take it from there.

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