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Matthew commented on Tomi Piriyev's blog post Dronee - How to set sony RX0 to get perfect mapping results.
"Tomi, I do PPK mapping and therefore would be interested in high precision feedback for the RX0. I hope you will do more than just assume a fixed time offset between trigger command and shutter. The 0.5 fps however sounds incompatible for fixed-wing…"
May 20, 2018
Matthew commented on Tomi Piriyev's blog post Dronee - How to set sony RX0 to get perfect mapping results.
"Tomi, So are you saying the RX0 is only capable of 0.5 fps? Multiport control may be faster. What are you doing about precise feedback?"
May 18, 2018

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About Me:
Former US Army UAS Operator. Former member of the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University sUAS Team. Competed in AUVSI's student sUAS competition 2012 & 2013. UAS adj. Prof at ERAU. Co-founder of Swift Radioplanes.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Fixed-wing
Hometown:
Waukon, IA

Matthew's Blog

Lynx M: 3 Hour Mapping Endurance

Posted on May 21, 2015 at 7:30pm 29 Comments

Greetings all. About a year ago, we introduced you to the Lynx. http://diydrones.com/profiles/blogs/introducing-the-lynx. Lynx was our first system developed as an affordable, fixed-wing UAV for mapping. The Lynx design was inspired by military UAS, and we sought to make our own system…

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Introducing the Lynx

Posted on May 27, 2014 at 1:30pm 27 Comments

Greetings all. I'd like to introduce Lynx, a fixed-wing sUAS developed by Swift Radioplanes. 

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Lynx is a small UAS inspired by military systems because of their extreme durability and practicality (not price). Swappable payloads make Lynx a great choice for photomapping or research. The aircraft is easily launched by…

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At 4:49am on May 29, 2014, Jay Bee said…

Hi Matthew, I sent an email to your company yesterday requesting additional info on this UAV as I am in the market to expand my current UAV hardware for a project I am working on. I just thought I would post in this blog in case the email slipped.

Regards,

Jay

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