It has now been a few months since I met Jonathan at AGU, and I have been meaning to get active in this community since then, but I am finally getting around to it. I suppose it is better late than never. As an introduction, I'll give you guys an overview of what we're doing here at Wake Forest University.
Our UAS program is run out of the Department of Biology by myself, a master's student, and 2 faculty members. We also involve 2 undergraduate…Continue
There is an opening at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) for an intern to collect high-resolution aerial photos with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Responsibilities will include assembly of UAVs, maintenance and repair of UAVs, weekly operation of UAVs to collect images, processing of collected images,…Continue
Snowfall can be beautiful and informative from 80 meters altitude. With snow on the ground, we can see how people travel through their environment, shaping it along the way.
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After a UMBC snowfall on March 5th, the EcoSynth octocopter took flight to…Continue
My name is Mark Berube, I am an Graduate student at UMass Boston and I am building an Octocopter using the parts list listed under v3.1 Hybrid Mikrokopter-Arducopter Octocopter. I was curious if anyone has or knows how to get the wiring schematic of how everything is wired, or knows where i could find it. Ive got the frame built and have the parts but I am stuck on how to wire everything up.
Any help will be greatly appreciated