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At 10:36pm on August 9, 2014, Giuseppe said…

Salve Roberto. Sono Giuseppe Roselli , abito in Calabria e con un mio caro amico abbiamo realizzato il nostro  primo quadricottero,  (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ9Ns6R1udk) speriamo  il primo di una lunga serie, è nostra intenzione avviare un laboratorio in Calabria per realizzare droni “perfetti”. Crediamo  fortemente che la vostra Fly Control potrebbe donare una marcia in più al nostro progetto. Ci piacerebbe iniziare, se fosse possibile,  un rapporto di collaborazione e formazione che ci dia la possibilità di implementare nei nostri frame la fly control vrbrain.  Sarò a Milano dal  2/9  al 5/9/2014,  se Lei è disponibile ci potremmo incontrare. La mia mail giuser4@gmail.com

Cordiali saluti

p.s. nel video sono quello nella foto con il cappello.

At 10:37pm on June 12, 2013, Dhanesh G Krishnan said…

Thanks Robert for adding me as friend...looking forward to associate with you for future innovations from your side

At 7:04pm on February 6, 2013, Giacomo Donati said…

Ciao Roberto, siamo i ragazzi di Bergamo che siamo venuti alla fiera dell'elettronica di Modena e stiamo progettando un quadricottero con arduino. Avremmo bisogno di chiederti un paio di cose.. è possibile avere un tuo contatto di skype o eventualmente un'email?

Grazie

ciao

Giacomo

At 2:22pm on January 31, 2012, Martin Posch said…

Thank you Roberto, I've sent an e-mail to virtualrobotix@gmail.com and wait for further instructions


Martin

At 2:44pm on January 29, 2012, Martin Posch said…

Thanks for the welcome Roberto,

I've already sent you a PM and also an e-mail to virtualrobotix@gmail.com on how to get a Multipilot32F4 for development (and building up a quadcopter).

is it available?

At 12:33am on November 16, 2011, Ellison Chan said…

Oh, I'm "elchan" on Aeroquad forum.

At 12:31am on November 16, 2011, Ellison Chan said…

Thanks Roberto.  So, what is the relationship between Foxteam and DiYDrones?  Are you guys designing the STM32 board for DiYDrones?

At 12:43pm on July 19, 2011, Enrico Tocchio said…
Grazie Roberto, il progetto è abbastanza impegnativo in quanto dobbiamo portare in volo una videocamera HD operata da un cameramen professionista. Sostanzialmente uno opera il modello in FVP e l'altro gestisce le riprese. L'heavy list sembra interessante, potrei iniziare la costruzione in parallelo e testarlo insieme a voi( pertanto Frank, sentiamoci il finesettimana che bisogna fare la lista della spesa!)Grazie a tutti Enrico
At 11:25pm on June 5, 2011, Corvus Corax said…
I didn't know that tree story had become that famous :)
At 10:14am on May 8, 2011, Denny Rowland said…
It's great to see the progress being made. I see that you are using the Invenesense gyros that are 500 deg/sec full scale range. My feeling is that we don't need that much range. For high end aerobatics yes, but for a super stable platform that can carry a good video camera we need only about 20 deg./sec. which would increase the stability dramatically. It could also be used to stabilise the camera mount. Movements above 20 deg/sec are never used on a camera mount as it would produce motion blurred pixels. A multi rotor helicopter is also restricted to that  degree of movement when actually shooting video. Noise is the big issue with 300 deg/sec plus gyros. This is what is holding back the development of a serious flying camera mount. How about some development in this area?
At 12:29am on April 28, 2011, Claudio Zavagno said…

Buonasera Roberto,

grazie mille! Del commento, del messaggio privato ma sopratutto di quanto state facendo voi del clan (spero che, detta cosi, non suoni male :).

Sto ancora studiando ed aspettando pezzi per il mio primo quad che a questo punto ha ottime probabilità di utilizzare la FC che, oltre ad avere una dominante azzurro ITA, pare offrire margini di sviluppo molto elevati. Complimenti a tutti, torno a studiare :)

At 3:27pm on March 11, 2011, Aurelian Popa said…

Hello :)

 

Very nice to get such a fast approval :)

I built an arducopter in January and as the weather was much better for programming than flying I started to get familiar with the architecture and the code.

I was many years a sysadmin for Unix systems but since 1 year I switched officially to programming having fun currently with C# and Python.

 

Since I found your project I got even more motivated to get into it.

I plan to use my current platform - engines and IMU  from arducopter. Can I still use the normal ESC or do I have to switch to I2C ones ?

 

And of course the most important question - how can I buy the board ? :)

 

Thank you,

Aurelian

 

 

At 5:19am on February 13, 2011, Saiful Azuwan Mohamad said…

Hi Robero Navoni,

For your information I scratch build the hexa. They're base on arducopter. The arm length is 30cm, motor to motor length should be 70cm.

Motor : KDA 20-22L 924kv

ESC : 25A Prop : APC 10x4.7

GPS : MediaTek MT3329

Diydrones Magnetomete, OilPan Hotel

XL-Maxsonar-EZ4 and 900mhz XBee

Right now I'm using the ArduPiratesNG Revision 458, I have test the GPS + High Position Hold and GPS + Low Pos. Hold as well. The response is quiet good after some PID tune. From my experience tunning the APiratesNG code, I have to tune both Altitude Hold PID and the Sonar PID. If not my hexa/quad will make some strange behavior either mode. I use all my free time to get the best tune for it. I also tune the GPS PID for soft respone and now it can hold around 1m error. I think my sonar is the good choice, I do compare all MaxSonar datasheet. It provide sonar range information from 20-cm out to 645cm with 1cm resolution and maybe good for autolanding too, Auto calibration and have a narrow and long sensitive beam.

 

My impression of APM, I think it's a good platform but compared to your AP32 maybe there is a different result such as speed and so on. I view your video and so impress with the result test. Hope someday I'll get one for my test.

From my Hexa, if I fly with strong wind, the APiratesNG or ACopterNG code don't have any function to against that situation. My hexa will follow the wind direction and I have to correct the tx stick.

For my build log? Iam so sorry I don't made some :-( I just to excited to build the hexa and forgot to made log. But I have some photo I shoot from my phone camera. You can view from my album here http://www.virtualrobotix.com/photo/albums/ardupirates-1

Thank you. Hope this will help someone and answer to your question. :-)

Best Regards,

Saiful Azuwan

At 11:59pm on January 12, 2011, claudio Grimani said…

i roberto am claudio realy new am to learn have do

but i loved all ready this hobby

 

regards

At 1:46am on January 6, 2011, Yadgarov Timur said…
i cant send any PM
At 1:45am on January 6, 2011, Yadgarov Timur said…
Hi
i want be a beta tester
i order arducopter full set, today i learn what you do arm board and to glad it.
i want receive sample or looking for order it.

i am from Russia, i am not spy, i dont known Putin, i am software engineer
i do automation for power rotary machines (compressors, turbines)
have graduation in aerial vehicles control and automation
i love innovations and looking for it
i want be a member of os team

i am sorry for my english =)

thanks
At 6:29pm on January 5, 2011, Jonathan Lussier said…

Ciao Roberto,

thanks for your welcome message.  I'd like to help with the development of Ardupilot 32.  Do you have the preliminary Eagle files?  Could I purchase a development board at the end of January?

 

Thanks!

At 1:15am on January 5, 2011, Alessandro Peverelli said…

Thank you very much, Roberto, for your welcome.

At 12:07pm on November 16, 2010, Luigi Chiandetti said…
Ciao Roberto, sono nuovo in questo campo sono arrivato al tuo sito perchè ho iniziato a seguire il progetto arducopter e vorrei realizzarne uno anche se sto ancora cercando di capire bene come funziona, se nn sbaglio ci sono diversi gruppi che sono partiti da una base hardware e software comune e stanno sviluppando dei progetti in maniera un po diversa. Spero a breve di iniziare al lavorare sul mio nel frattempo ti faccio i complimenti a te e a tuo team per il supporto che state dando all cuminità.

PS. ogni suggerimento per iniziare è ben accetto :)
At 10:24am on November 7, 2010, Giovanni Mulara said…
Ciao Roberto Grazie della risposta volevo essere sicuro di fare bene le cose!!

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