Protect your flying machine!
Project in progress by robocircuits
Ever wanted to use a newer GoPro camera on your 3DR Solo? Here is how you can connect and control the latest GoPro 5/6/7 camera models.
Project tutorial by Stephan
I wanted an additional analog control in FlightGear - nice, cheap and compact.
Project tutorial by dancili
A cool flying bat!
Project showcase by Alireza Karkon
Failed but still teaches a lot.
An Arduino Uno autopilot drone with multiple sensors and a wireless camera controlled by two microcontrollers.
Project in progress by suhaskd
Learn how to lift-off a drone with your mind and a hacked controller using a MindWave sensor, Arduino MKR1000 and Processing.
Project tutorial by WesleyCMD
Learn how to use a Lidar sensor and an Arduino to build a configurable forward-facing obstacle detection solution for your 3DR Solo.
Learn how to make a cheap RC Plane 4 Channel Transmitter – Receiver Using Arduino.
Project showcase by Team RootSaid
Learn how to control a brushless motor wirelessly using Arduino micro controller and HC12.
Project showcase by Team Rootsaid
Emergency services First On Scene Drone for collecting vital information prior to arrival of response team
Project in progress by FrostedFocus
Navigational Tracking Device to keep an eye on altitude of Hot Air Balloon or Weather Balloon Satellite.
Project tutorial by Patel Darshil
A fully autonomous fixed-wing glider designed to safely return a payload after being deployed on near-space missions.
Project in progress by Abdullah Tarik Agcayazi and Kemal Ficici
This is one of my personal budget/project made for University
to graduate. This Airplane (UAV) is made fully homemade using only
Project showcase by Gorceag Victor
The project consists of a kit for drones that includes an electronic device that functions as a meteorological station.
Project tutorial by Giuseppe Caccavale
Snap Circuits® makes learning electronics easy and fun! These projects are designed for younger kids who want to be introduced to IoT.
Project tutorial by Daniel Porrey
An Arduino-based radio interface for older radios including ARINC 410
Project showcase by Cris Harrison
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