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Project Summary

Paparazzi is a free and open-source hardware and software project intended to create an exceptionally powerful and versatile autopilot system by allowing and encouraging input from the community. The project includes not only the airborne hardware and software, from voltage regulators and GPS receivers to Kalman filtering code, but also a powerful and ever-expanding array of ground hardware and software including modems, antennas, and a highly evolved user-friendly ground control software interface.
All hardware and software is open-source and freely available to anyone under the GNU licencing agreement. Several vendors are currently producing and selling Paparazzi autopilots and popular accessories, making the system easy and affordable to all.
The key feature of the paparazzi autopilot is its unique combination of infrared thermopiles and inertial measurement for attitude sensing, providing a robust and accurate attitude estimate that requires no ground calibration and can recover from any launch attitude.
The sourcecode is hosted at GitHub http://github.org/paparazzi/paparazzi for more information see http://paparazzi.enac.fr/wiki/Git

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arm arm7tdmi c cortex-m3 drone embedded enac microcontroller ocaml paparazzi robotics uas uav

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30 Day Summary

Sep 12 2019 — Oct 12 2019

12 Month Summary

Oct 12 2018 — Oct 12 2019
  • 150 Commits
    Down -148 (49%) from previous 12 months
  • 19 Contributors
    Down -6 (24%) from previous 12 months