Make an Open Source Drone – course update #2 

 April 17, 2018

By  Peter

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In the previous update about the open source drone course update, I explained the reasons behind we decided to do this work, and talked about the progress at that point.

I am pleased to let you know that the update work is completed!

At the moment, I am finishing some editing and I’m uploading the new lectures. All up, this update contains 12 new lectures. The test flights were a lot of fun, and I really like how the Pixhawk performed, straight out of the box.

I’ll be publishing these lectures very soon, I hope later this week:

One thing I must spent more time on is to improve me flying skills!


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