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SimpleBGC (alexmos) and APM

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nathaniel McMahon Jul 19, 2017. 6 Replies

Hi all,Aleksey has mentioned that he has an alexmos firmware update that supports MAVlink as a means of avoiding/eliminating sensor drift by leveraging flight controller attitude and GPS. Randy had…Continue

Accounting for Drift? GPS/EKF and/or Flight Controller Integration

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marc Dornan Feb 9, 2016. 1 Reply

Hi all,I'm not sure if this is necessarily the correct forum as we're doing aerial survey with various sensor packages for scientific research, conservation projects, etc.But our problems are the…Continue

Tags: apm, research, EKF, gps, alexmos

KDE ESC's and proper ESC calibration procedure

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eddie Nov 5, 2016. 2 Replies

Hi all,I am looking for advice from someone with experience using KDE ESC's with Pixhawk. I know from…Continue

Tags: hex, KDE, Pixhawk

 

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About Me:
product development cooperative that uses its profit for charity.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
seeking fun and compelling projects for engineering outreach for kids in schools
Hometown:
saint paul, mn

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At 10:47am on February 9, 2016, Marc Dornan said…

Sure. When I get some time I will post where I am at (not sure where though). I am putting a Flir Vue Pro 336 and a GoPro on a Nex5 2 axis gimbal and hoisting it aloft on a hexacopter. I have others that will work on some sort of processing of the imagery. We are a small team. This is an IT project as much as a UAV project and also an exploration of how useful this sensor is and how we can dump data into a cloud solution. We may do some commercial work with it but even that will just be proof-of-concept basically. To see what is required to do some commercial jobs. At that point we may make some decisions about where we are going with this.

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