Freeflight’s automatic dependent surveillance – broadcast (ADS-B)?

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  1. Colin Snow

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  2. Colin Snow

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    Any specs on this?
     
  3. Arthur Vieira

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    Did you realize that's FreeFlight not FreeFly ? :)
     
  4. Colin Snow

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    No. But that does make a difference :).
     
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  5. Andy Johnson-Laird

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    The idea of ADS-B on a Cinestar is interesting, though. I'm also interested to see the development of light-weight LIDAR.

    Andy.
     
  6. Colin Snow

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    Hi Andy

    Long time no type to :)

    Velodyne has light weight lidar puck. Phoenix Aerial has a has 4kg combo that saddles to a DJI S1000: http://phoenix-aerial.com/index.php?cID=163 but seem to me it could be mounted to CineStar

    Colin
     
  7. Andy Johnson-Laird

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    Yeah...it's been a while, Colin.
    I'd seen the Phoenix, but not the Velodyne. I'lll check it out. Thanks!

    Andy
     

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