1BitSquared German Store Launch January 12 2016

1BitSquared has just launched our German online store. We are the first dedicated Paparazzi UAV hardware supplier in Europe. With a store in Europe we can provide faster delivery times of Paparazzi UAV hardware for all the European users and developers. Now you can purchase Lisa/M(X), Lisa/S, Elle0 autopilots and accessories for Paparazzi UAV within Europe without having to pick up your order at your customs office. We hope this will make the...

The New G0 GPS Module January 03 2016

Just in time for the new year, we released a GPS module named G0. It is designed to neatly fit on top of the new Paparazzi UAV Elle0 Autopilot. G0 features the UBlox Max-7Q chipset, a large ground plane and EMI shielding. Due to the large ground plane and optional side flaps it has good multipath and EMI rejection characteristics, making it a great device to be used on fully autonomous systems...

Lisa/S Nano Quadcopter featured on sUAS News December 15 2015

In the light of the recent FAA registration limits, the great guys at sUAS News wrote an article featuring our Lisa/S nano Quadcopter. Our platform that we developed together with the TU-Delft MAV lab team provides all the autonomous capabilities while being way below the FAA regulated limits for registration. The Lisa/S nano Quadcopter weighs only 39g while the FAA requires all aircraft above 250g to be registred. Check out their...

1BitSquared at 32C3 December 14 2015

The 1BitSquared team will be at the Paparazzi UAV assembly at the 32nd Chaos Communication Congress (32C3) in Hamburg, Germany the 27-30th, 2015. If you are lucky enough to have tickets and are attending the event, drop by and say hi. We are looking forward to meeting you and showing off our hardware.    

New Elle0 Autopilot November 30 2015

1BitSquared has released Elle0, a new Paparazzi UAV autopilot. Elle0 is the lowest cost autopilot developed specifically for use with the Paparazzi UAV framework. It was inspired by the Lisa/MX and Apogee autopilots and has been stripped down to the most essential features while preserving the flexibility that Paparazzi autopilots are famous for.   Here are some of the specs: STM32F4 168MHz ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller with FPU 1 Mbyte of Flash...

Flying the Paparazzi Autopilot Blog July 17 2015

Martin Müller and his team have created a blog documenting their meteorological research operations. They are flying their Paparazzi based systems in the Antarctic collecting data. It is a great read showing the robustness of the Paparazzi UAV systems and hardware.        

New look for the Paparazzi UAV Blog July 17 2015

The Paparazzi UAV Blog has a new look and consolidated content. Check it out for current news and a look back at some of the history.

1BitSquared & Paparazzi UAV at OSCON 2015 July 17 2015

We will be showing off some of our hardware at the O’Reilly Open Source Convention 2015 (OSCON).  The event is happening on July 20–24, 2015 in Portland, Oregon USA. Piotr Esden-Tempski from 1BitSquared together with Rich Burton from Hooperfly will be bringing some of their Paparazzi UAV based creations to show off. If you are attending OSCON find us in the exhibition hall for the hardware showcase and say “Hi”. We would love to meet...

BBC Interview with Bart Remes December 15 2014

Great BBC interview with Bart Remes, head of the Mavlab at TU Delft. Bart shows off the Lisa/S Nano Quadcopter and comments on the usefulness and safety of sub-miniature UAV.

1 Bit Squared featured in the Register Guard November 16 2014

There is a very nice write up about 1 Bit Squared and its founder Piotr Esden-Tempski in the local Register Guard Sunday newspaper.      Photo credit: Andy Nelson with The Register-Guard     A Eugene man builds the brains to control tiny aerial vehicles By Dashiell Paulson  The Register-Guard   In technology circles, small flying robots, commonly called Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, are hailed as potentially the next global growth industry. But...

Lisa/S Nano Quadcopter Assembly Tutorial November 16 2014

Tu Delft has created an engaging tutorial showing the step by step assembly of the Lisa/S Nano Quadcopter. For those of you who have requested more in depth assembly information, we are happy to say it is finally available. This video is also available in the wiki. Happy flying everyone!   

Lisa/S Technical Paper September 17 2014

Together with our friends at the TU-Delft MavLab we have written a technical paper covering the Lisa/S autopilot. The paper includes descriptions of the Lisa/S hardware, Superbit RF Radio system, and their inner workings. The paper concludes with flight test results proving the usability of the platform. The resulting successful tests led to the development of the Lisa/S Quadcopter Kit. If you want to read about the technical specification of...
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