ArduPilot and other Arduino-based DIY Drones projects.

David MellisMay 13th, 2008

Chris Anderson, editor-in-chief of Wired Magazine, has a write-up of the ArduPilot autopilot system and other Arduino-related discussions on his DIY Drones blog. The ArduPilot is billed as “the world’s cheapest autopilot”: a $110 system including PCB, GPS, and related components for piloting a hobby plane. DIY Drones is an amazing group creating all kinds of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). And, of course, publishing source code and Eagle files as they do.

Posts that may be of interest to Arduino users include: the BlimpDuino autonomous blimp controller board (and demo video), Arduino vs. Basic Stamp (and Propeller).

One Response to “ArduPilot and other Arduino-based DIY Drones projects.”

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