AscTec Professional. Line. AscTec Navigator. Manual Two for the current. AscTec Trinity flight controller, and one for the predecessor AscTec Autopilot. Jürgen Sturm. Autonomous Navigation for Flying Robots. 9 downloads/manuals/AscTec-Autopilot-Manual-vpdf. Gyroscopes (3x single. Dear Asctec I have a question about flying the Pelican in GPS mode. assets/ Downloads/Manuals/AscTec-Autopilot-Manual-vpdf ( MB).
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Google Maps is quite easy. The same problem also occurred to me when flying in GPS mode and that the Pelican went crazy which resulted in some minor crashes.
asctec-users – GPS mode behavior
It was never intended to be used with the camera mount option 4. The number is the serial number you were looking for. Always take off and land manually. Best, Jos On 26 August This will not work. My question is, what kind of filtering if any is being done by autopilot, to smooth out the GPS signals. You can now load the image into the AutoPilot Control software. If your UAV is new, this is our default connection and you asftec not need to change anything.
Jos On 29 August Zsctec reply to this post by kjackson Hi there.
Do not use a “final waypoint” with a height of 0m for landing. Free forum by Nabble. Find line line in unedited main. Some of my colleagues had this problem while doing some outdoor flight tests earlier this auto;ilot.
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So far, these vv10 were not used by the receivers as they were still labeled experimental. Skip to end of metadata. This device is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained. Saturday, August 27, Now you need to georeference the image, therefore, we need the GPS position of the upper left corner and the lower right corner of the image.
To fix this problem we have built a default firmware for the HL processor which reconfigures the GPS receiver, so that the problem is solved directly on-board the GPS unit.
Two weeks ago I broke two rotors crashlanding the Pelican to stop it from running away in a GPS mode. On the top left of the window there is now something like “AutoPilot LowLevel uatopilot. Expand all Collapse all.
In the upper left appears a box with information of the vicinity where you clicked and the GPS coordinates e. Yes, this is possible. Yesterday we flew the Pelican in GPS mode, and after a few minutes of stable flight, all of a sudden it started going in a direction, even when i took my hands off the RC controller.
Mostly it could be fixed by switching back to “normal” mode and control the UAS manually. Identical behavior has been ajtopilot observed here on multiple occasions.
But one time it happened during the take-off one motor had reduced thrust.
In a panic, I had to then try to suddenly land the quad-rotor, which lead to a minor crash. GPS mode behavior Identical behavior has been been observed here on multiple occasions. Find the following lines: I am trying to see whether the GPS connector might be autoilot, but it’s difficult to know since I can’t reproduce this behaviour deterministically. In the event of unexpected behavior you can always use the RC to take over control. Creating a Georeferenced Image Creating a georeferenced image with e.
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GPS mode behavior
You can download it here. You find it here: Hi, did you maybe loose GPS signal for some reason? Do not worry, your camera mount option 4 asxtec not broken, you can control it by using the AscTec SDK and writing your own code.
In this case, the safety pilot can always recover by switching to height controlled or manual mode, but we understand that this behavior needs to be prevented in the first place.
From what I understand, GPS location can occasionally jump s of meters. This description referes to Windows and Irfan View You may choose to crop ahtopilot image to remove the window menus and the Google Maps overlays. I don’t remember exactly what caused it, but it had to do with a GPS indexing issue, and required a firmware upgrade from AscTec.