From: jane smith Subject: [Paparazzi-devel] hello Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2007 16:06:34 +0330 hello we're designing a mav and we want to use paparazzi autopilot ,but i dont know how can i buy the subsystems and software ,could you possibly tell me how can i get them,i mean is there any site,...., by the way we're one of the teams participating in mav07. please give me a gide. yours. -- Jane smith
From: Pascal Brisset Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] hello Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2007 18:49:32 +0200 User-agent: Icedove 188.8.131.52 (X11/20070607) Hi Jane, the documentation site for the Paparazzi project is www.recherche.enac.fr/paparazzi You will find there some answers (software is for free, hardware is ... not available, ...) --Pascal jane smith wrote: hello we're designing a mav and we want to use paparazzi autopilot ,but i dont know how can i buy the subsystems and software ,could you possibly tell me how can i get them,i mean is there any site,...., by the way we're one of the teams participating in mav07. please give me a gide. yours.
From: pascal . brisset Subject: [Paparazzi-devel] Re: auto pilot Date: Thu, 08 Nov 2007 21:38:49 +0100 User-agent: Internet Messaging Program (IMP) 3.2.5 Hi Amiri, excellent question. It obviously depends on your skills ! The main difficulty is the board since it is not available off the shelf: you have to assemble it. It will take at least one month to get all the parts. Count 2 full days to assemble the board and start to test it. One more week to build the infrared sensors and put all the cables in your plane. Count one week to install a linux box and get used to the paparazzi environment. So I would say: - 1 week full time to order all the parts - probably one month of delay to get these parts - 1 month full time to build everything and test it Of course you need skills in computers and electronics. Have fun --Pascal Quoting jane smith : > hi pascal > my name is nasim amiri but i work with the name jane smith in the > internet.do i womer if you could help me in some ways,it may seems > stupid but i want to now how long does it take to make a good set of > paparazzi ready to finish a ission like mav07 if some one begins right > know ?i want to make a time table for our project > regars > amiri > > On 10/4/07, Pascal Brisset wrote: > > Hi Jane/Nasim, > > > > the main source of information for the Paparazzi System is the wiki: > > > > http://www.recherche.enac.fr/paparazzi > > > > and the details to get the source are here: > > > > http://www.recherche.enac.fr/paparazzi/wiki/index.php/Installation > > > > Your first step is to get/install a debian-based box (Debian etch or > > Ubuntu), install the code and play with the simulator. > > In the same time, you will have to think about the hardware (no, we > > don't have boards availabel to sell) > > > > Have fun > > > > --Pascal > > > > > > jane smith wrote: > > > Dear pascal > > > we want to use paparazzi auto pilot system for MAV.and we haven't had > > > any further experience on auto pilot systems.after a few research we > > > decided to use paparazzi system.for the first step we want to learn > > > how to work with the software,and i wonder if you could help me in > > > some ways,i mean where can i download the software?I'll be so > > > appreciated if you give me some advice. > > > best regards > > > Nasim Amiri > > > > > > -- > > > > > > > > > > -- > N.Amiri >
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