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NINO Alpha

When I started to work on this first prototype I knew absolutely nothing about this field, except for some basic skills of electronics and programming. I was driven by a strong...

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UAV 443 Overview

UAV 443 is my first Aerial Robot. Equipped with ArduPilot, this quadcopter is fully autonomous.   Quadcopter + Ground Station

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NINO 1.0

Actually this is the most advanced version of NINO Robot and includes all the features of the previus versions.             This machine is fully autonomous, it's designed to work inside the house...

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RC System

FrSky TARANIS mixes the  power of the “OPEN TX” open-source software with an unbelievable ergonomic case with 8 programmable switches, two twist knobs and two easy to get to lateral 'slider...

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NINO Beta

With the Beta version of NINO I focused on remote controls. I made a Radio Controller to control it remotely without a computer, but I needed to do it also from the...

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RP886TD

Like the UAV 443, RP886TD is able to follow a planned route, return to launch station, take off and land without human intervention. The on board electrionics is powered by ArduPilot 2.6 and...

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Like the UAV 443, RP886TD is able to follow a planned route, return to launch station, take off and land without human intervention. The on board electrionics is powered by ArduPilot 2.6 and an external module with compass and GPS. At the bottom of the vehicle there is also a sonar that helps to measure the distance to the ground. These numerous sensors allow the drone to independetly manage different scenarios. With two high capacity batteries connected in parallel, RP886TD has a flight time of over 25 minutes!
 
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This drone has been realized with the purpose to take aerial videos and photogrammetry. RP886TD is equipped with a 2 axis brushless gimbal to carry a GoPro Hero 3 camera and a very powerful FPV system to stream in real time the video to the ground. With the Minim OSD is possible to see all the information of the drone on the FPV screen.

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One of the most common problems on drones are vibrations, generated by the motors and transmitted through the frame to the Flight Controller. The FC have accelerometers built into the board that are sensitive to vibrations. APM combines the data from these accelerometers with barometer and GPS data to calculate an estimate of its position. With excessive vibrations, the estimate can be thrown off and lead to very bad performance.

The best way to isolate the FC from vibration is a 3D printed anti-vibration platform like this:

RP886TD
 
 

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