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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Reply to:"Flying Wing (Ing. Niki Regina)"

From: Gareth Roberts
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Reply to:"Flying Wing (Ing. Niki Regina)"
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2011 10:37:02 -0000
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Hi Chris,

I've got extensive experience with both paparazzi + ardupilot.
I'd be happy to write a "vs" type wiki entry if people think it's a good idea and can say where it should go! Dalton, I'd agree completely with Chris - for getting started quickly and getting a plane actually flying, paparazzi is unbeatable.


On Thu, 17 Feb 2011 10:27:56 -0000, Chris Efstathiou <address@hidden> wrote:

Of course the paparazzi autopilot can fly any wing, in fact most of the
aerial platforms are wings more or less (funjet, twinjet etc are essentially
flying wings)
Get a tiny 2.11 or a TWOG with a gps unit for the start.
The Paparazzi autopilot is a proven and dependable autopilot without this
meaning that i bash ardupilot, it could even be better than paparazzi, it is
just that i don't have any experience on it.
@  Dalton Abur
I agree that the bigger the plane the easier for the autopilot
but as it has already been mentioned if you haven't flown big and heavy air
crafts stick with a smaller one (less than 2kg)
It is amazing how much destruction they can cause when they crash.

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