indoor flight, mikrokopter
This report documents the state of our indoor flight platform as of June 2011, the time of its first flight without a human in the loop. The report is intended to give enough detail that someone might have a reasonable hope of replicating our work from scratch.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Macdonald, John C. and Leishman, Robert, "BYU Indoor Flight System Circa June 2011" (2011). All Faculty Publications. 1301.
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering
© 2011 John C. Macdonald and Robert Leishman
Copyright Use Information
These files complement the MikroKopter tutorial on how to use the serial link to control the MikroKopter. The files contain C# code in Microsoft Visual Studios 2008 project.
Mikrokopter_Serial_Control_Tutorial.pdf (1195 kB)
This file describes and implements some simple interactions between a computer and the MikroKopter firmware.