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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Hi, did you maybe loose GPS signal for some reason? Find line line in unedited main. Yes, this is possible. The window also displays further information, like your current software version of the low-level and high-level processor. We will then inform you on our homepage about possibilities how to get the update.
In reply to this post by kjackson Hi there. This will not work. In reply to this post by kjackson. Best, Jos On 26 August In a panic, I had to then try to suddenly land the quad-rotor, which lead to a minor crash.
V1, after analyzing the problem further we zutopilot out that the u-blox GPS receivers used on the AscTec Hummingbird and AscTec Pelican can get in trouble when using SBAS services, which have been cleared for regular operation earlier this year. Motor Controller Update It is highly recommended to perform a motor controller update manuzl the Research Upgrade Tool after all IDs have been assigned properly. Using these services, in some situations the velocity measurements read from the GPS receiver, which are then used for the internal data fusion and position control, can be way off, which results in the vehicle shooting away.
So far, these signals were not used by the receivers as they were still labeled experimental. In the event of unexpected behavior you can always use the RC to take over control.
My question is, what kind of filtering if any is being done by autopilot, to smooth out the GPS signals. I manal trying to see whether the GPS connector might be loose, but it’s difficult to know since I can’t reproduce this behaviour deterministically. If your UAV is new, this is our default connection and you do not need to change anything.
Mostly it could be fixed by switching back to autopolot mode and control the UAS manually. Creating a Georeferenced Image Creating a georeferenced image with e.
On the top left of the window there is now something like “AutoPilot LowLevel “. You can download it here.
Go to Google Maps and go to the area of your interest Click on the lower left to select “Earth” mode Take a screenshot of the maps. Connect your flight system as described above and click manula “System Info” in the menu bar.
For this example we will name it “example.
GPS mode behavior
Find the following lines: That will include several new features and of course will fix this problem. Yesterday we asctecc 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.
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. Do not use a “final waypoint” with a height of 0m for ascte. Identical behavior has been been observed here on multiple occasions. GPS mode behavior Identical behavior has been been observed here on multiple occasions. Free forum by Nabble.
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Saturday, August 27, Do not worry, your camera mount option 4 is not broken, you can control it by using the AscTec SDK and writing your own code. It was never intended to be used with the camera mount option 4. In the new “System Info” window click on “Update Information”.
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. Hello there, thanks a lot for the information about the unusual behavior in GPS mode.