Dutch scientists presented the world’s smallest autopilot


Dutch scientists presented the world’s smallest autopilot

Engineers from Micro Aerial Vehicle Laboratory from the Delfta Technical University (G. Delft, the Netherlands) developed a tiny autopilot, which was called Lisa/s. It weighs only 1.9 grams and takes up very little space – 2 by 2 centimeters.

According to engineers, their new development will allow small drones that fit into the pocket, fly long distances and take a load several times higher. They can be used during rescue operations.

The LISA/S autopilot is running a special source code of SuperBITRF, so that third -party developers will be able to test the new system and offer their programs to improve the autopilot work.


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