What an interesting group. Hello All. I’m betting that somewhere in this lot are those who could help me in one way or another with my own peculiar build.
I’m determined to create a uniquely minimalistic AUV architecture. It’s already been a long-term project, owing to its ambitiousness, but it continues to inspire me to learn. I’m coming at it as a seasoned optomechanical engineer with rusty coding skills, still new to Linux, the Open-Source world and its ways.
I’d like to use QGC-BR for all the great work that’s gone into its subsea functionality, but what I’m building doesn’t map to any of the ROV frames on offer. My AUV frame is best described as a twin-motor delta wing “plane”, i.e., with elevons and differential thrust. I’m using the BeagleBone Blue (with ArduPlane) for my FC and I/O.
How can I bridge that gap between QGC-BR and this “airframe”? At this point I don’t understand the magnitude of that effort, or how to best tackle it. Can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks.