Hi all,In South Africa for commercial operation you are required to be listening and announce your flights on the relevant frequencies.Wondering if anyone recommends any particular hand radio? -…Continue
"I think it boils down to the code is all optimized to be used with RC components. So 3 wire standard RC outputs from the Pix. If you are using a robot with a motor driver I think the signals are not the same and you need to translate…"
"Thanks, could you elaborate on why/what the difficulty would be? Docs say Rover is implemented most commonly as 2WD, there's much more space available for mounting electronics on a robot chassis, and the system is easier to maintain (less…"
The Traxxas just seems rather overpriced for a starting point? I was thinking of starting with literally just something like a adafruit rover chassis (plus a motor driver) which given I already have the Pixhawk, receiver, PSU,…"
"A lot of people like the Traxxas ready to run trucks, they have plenty of power and are large enough to carry additional electronics. Also ground clearance is better on trucks than it is on cars, it makes the rover a bit more forgiving to…"
Hi all,I've built a bunch of quads and wanted to try a rover from a quad leftovers. Only spec would be large enough for PixHawk1, Pi and some sensors.From the docs it looks like I should find a RC truck and strip its hood and add a mounting plate. I was wondering if their were any particular models that the community really likes (i.e there's lots of parts etc out eg available 3D printable/CNCable mounting plate say...)?See More