This community created the Arduino-based ArduPilot, the world's first universal autopilot (planes, multicopters of all sorts and ground rovers). The Pixhawk and APM 2.6 autopilots run a variety of powerful free and open UAV software systems, including:
Here is an attempt at an ultrasonic sensor system for tracking an emitter’s relative distance and angle so that an autonomous quad-copter can follow a subject.Continue
Recently we try the Iris equip with Gopro Hero 3 in front to monitor the progress of forest restoration in North…Continue
When the design team were building and designing the RVJET they were not completely sure of all the specs of items like…Continue
Back in early January I was tasked with the duty of delivering my recently quadrupley bypassed father to my aunty's house down on the south coast of New South Wales for some much needed rest and relaxation. As it happens, the quiet sleepy town of Moruya, in which my aunty resides, is also home to Hobby King's…Continue
We've wrapped the installation of the Pixhawk in our aircraft, and have now just got to get it talking to our onboard Raspberry Pi.
For your viewing pleasure, here's a schematic of the Pixhawk and R/C rig. There are full details on the install …Continue