OpenDroneMap an Open source drone mapping project

#OpenDroneMap an #Opensource #drone #mapping #project

OpenDroneMap is a toolchain for processing raw civilian UAS imagery to other useful products like Point Clouds, Digital Surface Models, Textured Digital Surface Models, Orthorectified Imagery, Classified Point Clouds, Digital Elevation Models, etc.. Kow more about the project on


Dronecode an Open source project for Drone and UAVs

#Dronecode an #Opensource Dronecode for #Drone and UAVs

The Dronecode Project is an open source, collaborative project that brings together existing and future open source drone projects under a nonprofit structure governed by The Linux Foundation. The result will be a common, shared open source platform for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). Kow more about the project on


Paparazzi UAV an Open source project for Drone and UAVs

#Paparazzi #UAV is an #opensource #drone #project

Paparazzi UAV is an open-source drone (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) hardware and software project encompassing autopilot systems and ground station software for multicopters/multirotors, fixed-wing, helicopters and hybrid aircraft that was founded in 2003. Konw more on its website Paparazzi UAV


Project: How To Disable a Wi-Fi Drone with Raspberry Pi

Project: How To Disable a #WiFi #Drone with #RaspberryPi

Quadcopters capable of transmitting high-quality video are making it possible to affordably record unique perspectives. This create a new problem in security, safety, and privacy. In addition to the concern of constant surveillance, there’s the possibility that businesses (or hackers) can collect location information from mobile devices by using roving drones. Here is a project teaches you how to disable those annoying drones.


Snickerdoodle a $55 computer for Robots, Drones and more

#Snickerdoodle a $55 mini PC for #Robots, #Drones and more

Snickerdoodle a $55 mini PC for Robots, Drones and more

Snickerdoodle a $55 computer for Robots, Drones and more

Snickerdoodle is a Raspberry Pi + Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, and an FPGA with a whole bunch of I/O options, and what’ve you got? Apparently a Snickerdoodle.

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Watch #Sony’s First #Aerosense #Drone Take Flight

Watch #Sony’s First #Aerosense #Drone Take Flight

Sony has given the world the first peek of its upcoming drone project. Cool though it is — the craft takes off vertically in this YouTube video — consumers shouldn’t get too excited as these drones are for enterprise and business usage rather than the gadget-buying public.

This is the first prototype is from Aerosense, a new joint venture Sony announced this summer in cooperation with Japanese automation specialist ZMP.