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autopilot is a command and control system for helicopters (and can be extended for fixed wing aircraft). It provides a three-axis EFIS and moving map on the ground station. The unmanned aerial robot has instrumentation for attitude, engine and position.
Base station software intended to communicate with an autopilot A complete project should include: - Fully definable and editable waypoints - Ability to take pictures - Ability to return to launch - Readout of the plane's current position and velocity - Support for video feedback from the plane
jPapaBench is a Java version of the PapaBench benchmark, originally written in C. The benchmark is based on the Paparazzi project which provides a free implementation of an autopilot for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The autopilot has been successfully tested on several real devices. The main motivation for implementing a Java-based PapaBench version was to provide a realistic application benchmark that would allow comparison of different Java Virtual Machine implementations and different fla
Telemetry software for an open source UAV project that runs on open source hardware, and commercially available radios. Base station code is written in QT/C++. Code running on the UAV controller is C/C++ and VHDL. The UAV controller contains a commercially available GPS and IMU to report position and forces being applied to the airframe.