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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] IT students of Murdoch University in Perth, Wester

From: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heinrich Warmers
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] IT students of Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia.(
Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2011 10:33:44 +0200
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For measure pressure humidity and temperature and storage on sd card there is no problem this has been solved by two groups:
1. Martin Müller; (he used a separate twog for sd interface)
2. Akaflieg Bremen. (we use a lowcost sd interface from Sparkefun connected  in the UART wire to the radio modem)
We in Bremen solved this problem , based on Martins  sensor drivers.
We used a paparazzi autopilot, the I2C Interface for the sensors and a 20 Euro sd storage pcb from sparkefun in the downlink.
We had nothing to program in paparazzi only to configure! !
Your can get this solution and the configure files it is open source.
You got plots of the measure values, online values during flight. post processing and all what you want.


antoine drouin schrieb:
large portions are in assembly

really ? where ?

2011/9/21 ParkLa Hee <address@hidden>:

We are IT students of Murdoch University in Perth, Western

This semester we have recieved an IT project from a client who requested us
to look into the paparazzi system framework for creating a monitoring
system. More specifically for reading data from temperature and pressure
sensors and logging it, running it through algorithms and displaying to
the user. We have been assessing the code but noticing large portions are in
assembly language or unfamiliar which is OCMAL.

Our major concern is connecting between sensors and software. If you
wouldn’t mind, is there any chance to talk to you or send questions regard
the problem that mentioned above?

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Thank you.


LaHee Park

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