The number of Italians users increased dramatically

During the last month, a few hundreds of users from Italy visited Basic Air Data Website. Now the Italian language is at the sixth place among the others languages. If anyone is willing to translate the site, or other material presents on the site,  to Italian then is time to contact us :-). We will readily setup new Crodwin content. –= Sarebbe ora di leggere un poco di Basic Air Data in Italiano! =-

Erik

Share this:

Elmer CSC on virtual machine

Elmer CSC is a well proven open and free code for simulation, time back we posted some tutorial on the website. Via email, we have been asked hundreds of times about installation. Direct compilation of Elmer code is the best way to squeeze every resource from your hardware. At the same time, we are aware of possible problems connected to compilation.

Elmer’s creators provided a robust solution, that can be easily deployed almost everywhere, based on the use of a virtual machine. At a glance, you should install the VM file here and run in on your Virtual Box. You find detailed instructions here. Remember to tweak the VM after the installation to provide higher resources to simulation. I guess that is an easier solution to installation issues 🙂

Share this:
IMGP5597

ADC Asgard Prototyping Process Ended

We’ve just ended the ADC Prototyping process. So far the unit is performing well! The Github posted firmware is providing basic functions and it can communicate with an Android phone.

This time the hardware seems sturdy and easy to assemble(under two hours to complete a unit). In the next period of time, we will test the ADC is particular applications and consequently, update the firmware. In other words, we will focus on software. All the resources, including all the info to DIYers, are posted in this link. It seems that we will enjoy a lot this unit during the next cold season.

A special thank you to GC for the current #2 prototype assembly and to MT for RC flying related tasks.

Erik

Basic Air Data Team

Share this: