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Applied Drone
Aurora flight simulator


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• Completely open source hardware & software platform that can be built or broken apart for use in your project.
• The internal hardware and software are written to be platform-agnostic for use in as many different projects as possible. The only hardware platform specific information is stored in the configuration flash EEPROM on the microcontroller and not supplied with the hardware.
• AeroQuad allows you to add sensors to any desired hardware module including the microcontroller, motor driver, flight controller, 2nd stage motor, 3rd stage motor, throttle, GPS receiver, DC Servo motor, or internal sensors.
• The AeroQuad is designed to be as small, light weight, and low power as practical. The hardware consists of an Arduino microcontroller and a customized AeroQuad shield that provides I2C communication, motor control, and power distribution.
• The hardware & software currently provides:
Sensors: accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, barometer, pressure sensor, and light sensor. The software is written to be able to run with any combination of sensors. If no sensors are added, the software will revert to relying only on the gyroscope.
2nd stage motors: 3 fixed wing motors, 2 tail stabilizers, and 1 ground controlled tail stabilizer.
• The hardware module dimensions are:
Height: 1.1 inches (31 mm)
Width: 1.9 inches (50 mm)
Depth: 0.13 inches (3.4 mm)
• The software module dimensions are:
Height: 12.5 inches (321 mm)
Width: 12.5 inches (321 mm)
Depth: 0.38 inches (10 mm)
• The AeroQuad software currently supports the following flight modes:
Rate: Free flight in autonomous mode
Rate – Follow Path: Flight in autonomous mode with auto level heading
Rate – Attitude Stabilization: Flight in autonomous mode with auto-level heading and auto-level attitude
Rate – Follow Path – Attitude Stabilization: Flight

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The core parts of the engine controller board of AeroQuad are the Arduino Mega-2560 microcontroller and the AeroQuad shield that holds all the sensors and the flight computers.
This is the control and the safety mechanism of the system. The stock controller board has already built-in the micro-controller, 4 barometric pressure sensors, gyroscope and an accelerometer. The board will be ready to flash the code in your hands for the first time.

What’s in the Aerowar Shield:
The aerowar shield is a good optional add-on to the core AeroQuad board. This shield has connectors that carry the power, control signals, servo signal, Hall effect sensors and the gyroscope sensors. It has 4 chambers within it. The 4 chambers contain the servo system, the magnetic sensor system, the thermometer system and the gyroscope sensors.

The included servo system is in this case the APC 40-series servo, it’s very good and

very reliable. It has a very large lever, and also has an integrated brake.

From the APC Shield, there are four magnetic sensors, a thermometer and a hall effect sensor.

The hall effect sensor is used to detect an obstacle in the field. The thermometer is used to measure the temperature outside, in order to avoid damage from high or low temperature. The hall effect sensor detects the magnet generated by the servo motor.

When the magnet passes the Hall effect sensor, the sensor outputs a voltage.
An Arduino is used to read the values of the sensors.

The magnetic field that affects the sensors generates a voltage output, which is converted to a digital value, and subsequently sampled and fed back to the flight controller.

The input voltage is compared to a preset value that is calculated by the flight controller. This value corresponds to the magnitude of the force applied by the servo.

If the output voltage falls below the preset value, the flight controller will automatically flip a switch, which will stop the servo motor from turning.

With the AHRS sensor, we can detect the position of the robot.
The position of the robot can be adjusted in function of the flight field and the height of the robot.


What’s New in the AeroQuad?

AeroQuad Description

Hardware Overview

Sources of AeroQuad Firmware

Sources of AeroQuad Firmware

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System Requirements:

If you’re having trouble installing, try setting your compatibility settings for games to Low / High (for the Xbox, use “Capability”), which may help.
Gameplay Notes:
To start a new quest, tap the square button (either Xbox or “Main” menu button on the PS4) and select “New Quest”. Select “On Foot” if you don’t want

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