Daya 680

By zm6148 on Jul 01, 2019

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Daya 680 build with raspberry pi to forward telemetry via 4g lte using XBstation.https://xb-uav.com/

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HK-AERIAL VTOL   19 days ago  

Wow... so how does the receiver connect to the Pi? Do you load an FC firmware on the Pi? I always wanted to do a build like this and even have a really sweet motor driver (the little black half board with the piston graphics... moto-zero?). After getting into FPV proper I had kind of written off the Pi as a viable control mechanism for a quad. I am happy to see I was completely wrong. Thanks for sharing.

zm6148   14 days ago 
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Pi connects to 4g LTE and reciece fligt telemetry from pixhawk 4, then forward that to ground station (ie: Qground control) using XBstation.https://xb-uav.com/. It can be controlled via ground station ,

Pixhawk 4 is still the flight control for this build with standard radio receiver. With pi as a companion computer, more compliacted mission (computer vision and such) could be programmed using dronecode or simlilar tools.

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