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DC Area Drone User Group Message Board Tech Talk - Drone Electronics / Hardware / Software › Quadcopter failsafe algorithm recovery after propeller loss

Quadcopter failsafe algorithm recovery after propeller loss

A former member
Post #: 2
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According to the comments, the detection and recovery is done onboard using gyros and motor commands. This would be great to integrate in the current crop of autopilots to handle props loss.
Christopher V.
chrisvo
Group Organizer
Washington, DC
Post #: 353
This is great! Most of the autopilots out there use attitude PID control, which means that they really only care about maintaining an attitude, not really taking into account the actual kinematics/dynamics of the quadrotor. One day the autopilots will implement a model-based control.
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