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Tuesday, September 14 • 2:15pm - 2:30pm
Project Mikro: Developing a Low-cost Micro Flying Platform for Education and Swarm Applications - Vincent Wang & Aayush Gupta, AmadorUAVs

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The AmadorUAVs team proposes an inexpensive, micro-size autonomous quadcopter design developed using readily available consumer electronics that can be used for education and swarm applications. Project Mikro is part of an effort by the AmadorUAVs team to put an open-source, MAVLink-compatible drone in the hands of anyone interested in learning about drone development. It is intended to serve both as an inexpensive, resilient development platform for educational purposes as well as an inexpensive drone swarm solution that can enable large swarms of autonomous UAVs to be built and operated in a cost-effective manner.

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Aayush Gupta

Mechanical Design, AmadorUAVs
Aayush Gupta is a member of the electromechanical team at AmadorUAVs in Amador Valley High School and mainly works on the design for their drones. He utilizes his time by designing objects to be used on the drone and tweaking the elements to them. He also designed the Project Mikro... Read More →
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Vincent Wang

Software Engineer, AmadorUAVs
Vincent Wang is a software engineer and resident human at AmadorUAVs, a high school autonomous robotics-focused club in Pleasanton, California, where he utilizes Dronecode software to develop extensible, high-level control solutions for aerial vehicles. He has years of experience... Read More →


Tuesday September 14, 2021 2:15pm - 2:30pm PDT
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