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Build a Linux Based Raspberry Pi Drone

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Welcome to the Build a Linux Based Raspberry Pi Drone course, where we will be covering the gauntlet of drone related subjects. Most drone build courses will only show you how to put together pre–selected parts, without providing the potent why behind the choices. And they certainly don t show you how to code your own automatic missions with python. This course will cover it all. Whether you want to simply build a flyable drone from scratch, or to learn how to select parts to design your own drone, or even to learn about software that would allow you to script automatic drone missions (for that new taco delivery company idea?), we ll go over it in this course with a unique Linux based Raspberry Pi drone!

In this course, you will learn:

Hardware: Basic Drone Components (GPS, motors, ESCs, LiPos etc)

Design: How to find the basic hardware parts to build your own drone

Building: Assemble and build your drone from the parts that were chosen from the design process

Flying: Basic flying and best practices

Coding: SSH into your Linux drone and configure/code it from the command line

Some highlights we will learn from the 5 sections:

Learn of the special units for all your required hardwire (Example: What does the C–rating of a LiPo battery actually mean? How do mAh and Coulombs relate? What s the difference between a 2300 Kv motor and a 935 Kv motor?)

Instructor Details

Caleb Bergquist feels very uncomfortable with writing about himself, but he hopes you will pretend to read the rest of this while thinking he did not write this himself, and not judge him for his self-bloviating autobiography camouflaged as a biography. He digresses. Caleb Bergquist has a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tulsa, and currently works as a DevOps engineer at a software company by day. By night, he is a hobbyist/tinkerer in many areas, but has been magnetized towards all things drones, from hardware to software. The trend here is that there is no trend. I ve.. I mean, he has spent much time binge-learning of the myriad of open source projects that are fueling the development of the drone space, and wishes to lower the barrier of entry to these subjects for those coming behind him. He wishes to do this by combining his experience as an instructor, with the democratization of the knowledge he s accumulated on the fringes of new technologies.

Specification: Build a Linux Based Raspberry Pi Drone

Duration 5.5 hours
Year 2020
Level Intermediate
Certificate Yes
Quizzes No

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    Kenny

    Can you explain like the base of electricity like current my english not that good

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    Kamohelo Motopi

    I’m learning more than I expected

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    Sean Colson

    great to understand all the bits!

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    Nicolas Gallego

    I like the introduction style, letting room for self decisions while presenting general design principles

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    Vishnu Vashista

    so far the complete description of those power supply was not properlymentioned

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    Daniel Paul

    Yes very informative and teaches me allot of things

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    Scott A. Morgan

    I gathered a lot of knowledge from this class, next step, get the parts, build, and get flying.

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    Bora Yuret

    If the course had a section about adding a gimbal and camera, it would be perfect.

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    Maarten Tielemans

    I think it is a great course

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    Juba Fourali

    There is some cuts in the sound

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    Tin Kwan Sin Gordon

    Good Course

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