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PixHawk 2: Is it worth the price

Pixhawk is a popular Hardware platform designed by ETH Zurich students, Pixhawk supports its own autopilot and the popular Ardupilot flight stack. The first commercial version was distributed by 3DR robotics.  3DR produced several versions of pixhawk. The px4 documentation listed hardwares as below Pixhawk mRo Pixhawk mRobotics-X2.1 HKPilot32 Pixfalcon Dropix Pixracer MindPX MindRacer Cube … Continue reading PixHawk 2: Is it worth the price

Pixhawk APM Ardupilot: History of Opensource UAV

All these opensource thing started with Chris Anderson CEO of 3DR. Founder of DIY Robocars, DIY Drones, Dronecode, ArduPilot. Formerly Editor of Wired. He started the website diydrones.com while working on lego based UAV. Now founders of both Pixhawk and Ardupilot Joined as Dronecode collaboration, but the ardupilot is still independently running with its own contributers. … Continue reading Pixhawk APM Ardupilot: History of Opensource UAV

DGCA India Drone rules: NPNT

On my last post I explained details of drone policy published on 27th Aug 2018, the policy was in draft for last 3 years. Now they published it but this is still incomplete. Here i am listing some issues which are still not clear. 1.NPNT Compliance No Permission No Takeoff is a new concept in … Continue reading DGCA India Drone rules: NPNT

GPS Parameters NMEA and RAW

If you are using a GPS/GNSS module in your project you need to understand the parameters passed through the NMEA sentences. But if you are working on RTK or some precision Location algorithm then you should know the RAW data parameters too. These Raw data are mostly vendor specific like ublox has ubx, trimble T0 … Continue reading GPS Parameters NMEA and RAW

Ublox GPS Fake and Original

Earlier i have written a blog about RTK, where i have used ublox modules for RTKlib. Ublox GPS(GNSS actually) modules are famous for their cost to performance ratio. Another reason is RAW code phase data from GNSS receivers, although they don’t  support RAW output feature officially for their non-premium modules. Most of the opensource and … Continue reading Ublox GPS Fake and Original

Drone 1.0 from DGCA

Flying drones(UAS) in controlled or uncontrolled Airspace is prohibited for public in India and it will be same till 1st Dec 2018.  DGCA, the authority responsible for controlling air traffic in Indian airspace drafted a set of rule in 2016 and again in 2017 modified and published as a draft only.  On 27th August 2018 … Continue reading Drone 1.0 from DGCA

Fake URL with Non-Ascii domain names.

Two year ago there was a viral whats-app message with text “Spin the wheel to win Exciting gifts spin.amaᴢon.com ” The user checks the link address thinks its authenticated message and if i click here it will land me to an authenticated page. Here i am adding one more rule, whatsapp does not support hyperlink if … Continue reading Fake URL with Non-Ascii domain names.

Building a QuadCopter or MultiCopter

First of all lets get all the terminologies associated with QuadCopters. What is the difference between RTF, BNF, PNP and ARF ? RTF stands for Ready-to-Fly and it means the model you are buying comes complete with everything you need to get started – straight from the box! Have look at our ready to fly … Continue reading Building a QuadCopter or MultiCopter

 

 

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