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Virtual Event | September 14 - 15, 2021
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Wednesday, September 15 • 2:25pm - 2:55pm
TF-G2: PX4 Powered Autogyro - Roman Dvořák, ThunderFly

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PX4 powered unmanned autogyros offer new possibilities in the field of aerial work, thus filling the existing gap in the offer of unmanned drones. In the lecture you’ll learn how the open-source TF-G2 autogyro was designed and created, what problems we faced during its development and what is the current state of progress. TF-G2 autogyro is primarily a platform for operator training. However, thanks to its smart design it is able to carry useful payload and perform measurements in the air. An interesting feature of an autogyro-type drone is its resistance to worsened weather conditions. Most parts of the drone are 3D printable, leading to its easy repairability.

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Roman Dvořák

Embedded Systems Developer, Test Pilot, ThunderFly s.r.o.
Roman Dvořák is a member of the ThunderFly core-team. He created the basic design of the unmanned TF-G2 autogyro. As a part of the TF-ATMON project he works on a software for visualisation of data measured by users and its real-time processing. He is also one of the test pilots... Read More →



Wednesday September 15, 2021 2:25pm - 2:55pm PDT
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  Breakout Sessions
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