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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Lisa/L and Aspirin IMU OSHW release.

From: Roman Krashanitsa
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Lisa/L and Aspirin IMU OSHW release.
Date: Thu, 3 Mar 2011 16:01:32 -0800

Depends what "first try" means.
-- If you have a project that has to be finished soon then I would get the most stable (older) but reliable platform that has all the working firmware for sensors that you will need and all related Wiki Howto's.
-- If time is not much of an issue, get the best stable hardware platform, plan for future. Don't mind the firmware, it will change anyway.
Just my advise.

2011/3/3 Martial Chateauvieux <address@hidden>
Hi all,
Super, I have a question. I am looking since a couple of days at the Lisa/L. I would need it for a fixed wing aircraft. The Wiki just says:

       Use case #1: the fixedwing firmware running in the STM32 only
       Coming soon... look for airframes/AirborneCodeReorg/LisaFw.xml

I am wondering whether that is the right choice for a first try at paparazzi. Can someone give me more information on flying a Lisa/L + Aspirin on a fixed wing platform?


Le jeudi 3 mars 2011 01:11:15 Piotr Esden-Tempski, vous avez écrit :
> Hi,
> Just as a heads up. We at Joby Robotics just uploaded the Lisa/L and
> Aspirin eagle files into the paparazzi hardware SVN repository. They are
> released under CC-BY-SA license. So they comply to the OSHW definition.
> We hope that it will help to motivate more people to contribute to
> Paparazzi, make it the best autopilot project and make the community
> thrive! As that is why we are doing it! :)
> Cheers Esden
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