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Make an Open Source Drone updated! 

 April 23, 2018

By  Peter

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Good news!

I have just published several new lectures in Make an Open Source Drone.

With the new lectures, you will learn how to upgrade your Multiwii-based drone to use the Pixhawk flight controller.

As I mentioned in previous posts, the Pixhawk is a much more capable flight controller which gives us plenty of room to expand the capabilities of the drone with more peripherals and flight modes.

The update consists of a new section that contains 15 lectures. I have also updated the list of parts and tools, and the introductory lecture.

Please check it out, I really hope you will like it!

All the best,

Peter


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