A few months ago we’ve tested the latest release of our air data computer, the Asgard. We’ve released it on Hackaday and we received positive feedback. You find all the information to start to build your ADC in this page.
One of our users uploaded Basicairdata STL files to Shapeways online 3D print service. So far the print results are good with this service. Shapeways service can be handy for the people that are not willing to use the STL files or need a fast print.
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“B-26 Marauder – Sfortunato collaudo”
Martin B-26 Marauder unlucky maiden flight and total crash. Builder and Pilot (from the video credits) Beppe Ghisleri. What a loss!
When the well know Ettore Quenda is involved the level of craftsmanship is at the top! Of course, a big team supported him. You see the credits in the video.
A first review of the Asgard ADC Fly Test. True airspeed for the RC enthusiast.
On Sunday 27th May we tested a SkyEye equipped with an Asgard Air Data Computer and an 8 mm Pitot-Static probe, no mishaps to report. To interface with the ADC, we used the Android Air Data Bridge application. Weather and company were lovely, and wind rarely exceeded ten kph. We took the occasion to shoot pictures and clips, we will post an informal review as soon as possible. So far so good 🙂
Along with the photos, we will post the air data recorded during the flights.
A special thank you, in alphabetical order, to GC, MT, and JLJ!
Basic Air Data Team
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