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Wanderer & Line-R
They both operates thanks to a flight control board that provides sensors (inertial, magnetometer and barometer) and microcontroller that runs all low level and real time functionalities like stabilization and input/output management.
Wanderer adds a single board computer running Linux and ROS platform.
The Linux box receives all telemetry information and send command to the flight controller, opening to a lot of advanced functionalities like optical flow ( ground speed measurement based on down facing camera).
Both project exploit the flexibility and capabilities of the firmware LibrePilot to adapt to any kind of vehicle and pourpose.
Alessio Morale & the LibrePilot team
Several years ago he discovered by chance the world of multirotors and UAV. At the beginning they were just simple arduino based projects but soon moved to more advanced platforms.
At the beginning of 2012 he started collaborating with the OpenPilot project and later co-founding in 2015, with several of its former developers, the LibrePilot project (www.librepilot.org). He's now the firmware and architecture lead for the project.
When he's not inline-skating, flying his "toys", blending something on his CNC or fusing some plastic stuff on his 3D printer, he from time to time takes pictures (https://www.flickr.com/photos/alessiomorale/ ) or ride his motorbike.