|TODO: Generated MCH Design (experiment here)|
|Part of Cluster|
|Description||Universal Aerial Video Platform|
|Preferred Location||52° 16' 58.55" N, 5° 31' 24.64" E|
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|Related to village||Village:SwissVillage|
|Interests||uav, racedrone, diy electronics, flight control software|
|Registered on||29 May 2022 13:07:18|
|Hosts self-organized sessions||No|
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|Amir||Thu Jul 21 0:00||Wed Jul 27 0:00||Lots of copters, banner, flag, solder equippment, multicopter replace parts.|
|Kathrin||Thu Jul 21 0:00||Wed Jul 27 0:00||Kids games, laptop, rope for games, tent, bycicle|
|Rhea||Thu Jul 21 0:00||Wed Jul 27 0:00||Small race drone, kids games, laptop, tent, sunbed, sister, cuddly toys, bycicle|
|Sina||Thu Jul 21 0:00||Wed Jul 27 0:00||Small copter, kids games, sunbed, bicycle, kuddly toys|
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|Needs network||Villages describe network needs|
|Village plans||... build up a big tent, ... play loud music and party, ... bring light installations|
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|Has plans with tracks|
|Has order interest|
The Next Generation OS Multicopter Project
UAVP-NG is a quadrocopter project. We develop our own flight controller (FC) PCBs and a operating system (NGOS) supporting multiple architectures that runs on them.
- Project Home: http://ng.uavp.ch
- Project FAQ: http://ng.uavp.ch/Documentation/FAQ
- Documentation: http://ng.uavp.ch/Documentation
- Software License: GPLv3
- Hardware License: CC-BY-NC-SA
- IRC Channel: #uavp on FreeNode
- How high does it fly? How far does it go? The limiting factor is that you need to maintain visual contact (both for practical and legal reasons). Copters *could* fly much farther and much higher. For example, the radio systems typically have a range of ~1km, give or take (longer range versions are available).
- How long does it fly? Depends on the copter and flying style, but typically 10-15 minutes.
- How much does it cost? Depends, but if you start from scratch you'd probably need at the very least ~600€. Realistically, most people will spend much more than that.
- How do you fly? Depends, but generally one stick controls throttle and yaw ("spin the copter") while the other one controls pitch/roll ("tilt the copter"). When you let go of the pitch/roll stick, the copter either evens itself out ("accelerometer mode") or maintains it's current orientation ("heading hold mode").
- What sensors does it have? The only thing you need is a gyroscope. Our FCs also have an accelerometer, a barometer, a compass and GPS. Some of them even sport a secondary CPU. Extension ports for additional sensors are available. For example, we've experimented with infrared and ultra-sound distance sensors. (Feature list of our flight controllers: http://ng.uavp.ch/Family)
- What CPUs does it use? We support multiple different hardware architectures with NGOS, our own specialized multicopter Operating System. Our current hardware family supports LPC2148 and STM32F4 CPUs.
- Can I try flying yours? Probably not. Quadcopters are expensive, building them takes a lot of time, and first time pilots are nearly guaranteed to crash them, so please understand if we're hesistant to let you have ours. We may however have smaller, cheaper, near-indestructible "toy" quadrocopters that we may or may not be willig to let you fly.
- HW-0.24-mini is an LPC2148-based flight controller. It's been airborne since 29c3. This can be considered our "stable" version.
- HW-0.30 is a major new version based on two (!) STM32F407 microcontrollers (one for the actual flight control, one for user applications) and a dualport RAM used for fast memory based communication between the two. The first prototype was tested during 30C3 and is airborne since January 2014. A second final version was produced in late 2014 and is available to our users now.
- HW-0.30-mini is a downsized (to our smaller format of 55x55mm) version of the new HW-0.30, containing just one STM32F407 and no dualport RAM but otherwise having all of the same features. First prototypes were assembled and performed well. It's airborne since beginning of December 2014. A final version was produced in early 2015 and is available to our users now.
The following developers will show up for sure:
|Amir||Developer||21.07.- 27.07.||will bring HW0.23-mini, HW0.24-mini, NGblc-4mini, HW0.30-r0+r1||2647 ("[a][m][i][r]")|
|Rhea||Pilot||21.07.-27.07.||will bring a lot of games||-|
|Sina||Pilot||21.07.-27.08.||will bring a lot of games||-|
|Harzi||Visitor||02.08.-08.08.||-||4279 Vanity: HARZ|
Since most of us will bring one or more of their Copters with them, we will have quite some hardware of different hardware revisions to show.