Keywords: DJI Phantom, F-450, F-550, Naza M, Naza M (V2), Vision 2, Spirit of Flight
Audio and vibrate alerts you at various times, these can be toggled in options. Vibrate is useful if you're wearing a headset (like fat sharks) or the Android device is in your pocket; the vibrate will shake the same amount of times as the current minute remaning, from the 5 minute mark (5 minutes = 5 shakes, 2 minutes = 2 shakes etc). This feature allows you to know how many minutes remain without being able to see the screen or hear the voice.
Different batteries may require different times. Different payloads (gimbals, landing gear etc) will also affect flight times as will the weather so please be aware of this. A dose of common sense should be applied and your fair weather time adjusted to suit. Three save slots have been included for three batteries, or use them for one battery but different conditions or configurations.
Quick Start Guide:
Set the timer up by flying in normal conditions and timing with a stopwatch to see how long each battery lasts. Now slide the bar to that time and press 'Battery 1 - Save' to store your first battery. In future you will need to start UAS Timer and load the saved battery. Repeat for another two batteries or configurations if required.
The UAV Battery Flight Timer will alert you at half time (if flying out for distance you now know when to turn back), 15mins, 10mins, 5mins, 4mins, 3mins, 2mins, 1min and 30 seconds. It will then sound an alarm on completion.
Ideal for the DJI Phantom quadcopter owners out there where you have limited ways of monitoring battery levels, yet might be flying FPV with an expensive GoPro and gimbal.
Great for all UAVs, including:
Parrot AR Drone
Also great for:
This app is for entertainment only, please do not rely on it exclusively as it has not been tested on every android device and we cannot be held responsible for any damage to your own equipment or that of others from the use of this app. By downloading/using UAS Timer you are agreeing to these terms.
This is a tool to configure the settings of a Tricopter, Quadcopter, Hexacopter or Octocopter based on the MultiWii Project software.
To use this tool it is required to have a Bluetooth dongle to connect into the MultiWii board and of course the MultiWii software running.
You can get a BT dongle already configure from the URL bellow:
Currently working with MultiWii versions:
More details about the MultiWii board can be found here:
For more details about this application and help go here:
Track your drone, UAV, quadcopter, helicopter, plane, car, boat... online on the world map.
Install this app on an old mobile phone and place it on your UAV.
The app will transmit the device's GPS coordinates to the DroneTrack.org map.
You can also trigger an alarm remotely from the tracking map.
The DroneTrack.org service is free and anonymous.
You can configure all parameters from your Android device via Bluetooth or FTDI cable (Android >3.1, no root required).
Works with MultiWii 2.2 and later.
More info here:
If you want to see your language in this app please go to
Join the G+ community and register as a tester to get latest alpha/beta versions:
keywords: MultiWii, quadrocopter, multicopter, bluetooth, RC, plane, usb
Go to DroneTrack.org to register your drone and get a DroneID
Run this app on an old mobile, and view the tracking data in realtime.
This is the lite version of the app, with minimal features to run on most devices.
Note: This application sends GPS tracking data
-Completely redesigned graphical user interface
-Specifically designed for 3DR multirotors and Iris
-New telemetry screen showing quick glanceable info: HUD, battery, RSSI, distance
-Easy to use Home, Land, and Loiter buttons
-New guided mode with changeable altitude
-Quick mode switching
-New planning screen for quick mission generation
-Easy and powerful mission editing tools
-Basic radio TX setup
-Survey tools in the mission planning screen
-FollowMe 2.0 with advanced control options
-New flight tuning screens
-Improved radio configuration
The app is still in a beta release, if you find any bug report it at: https://github.com/DroidPlanner/droidplanner/issues.
For support go to the DroidPlanner forum: http://ardupilot.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=15
If you like the app consider making a donation to support the development. To donate go to the following link: http://goo.gl/l4z3wM
This application is released under GNU Public License v3.
I do not take any responsibility for any damage or injury caused by this app.
SensoDuino also saves the captured sensor data to a comma-delimited text file for graphing and analysis. You can control the frequency of sensor data acquisition, transmission, and logging (subject to the specifications of the sensor vendor.)
For more info: http://www.techbitar.com/sensoduino.html
PLEASE RATE: This is a free app and only through your ratings I can determine if it's worth supporting or discontinuing.
SensoDuino recognizes the following Android sensors IF THEY EXIST ON YOUR ANDROID DEVICE: Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Magnetometer/Compass, GPS, Light Level, Audio Level , Proximity, Pressure/Barometer, Temperature, Relative Humidity, Orientation, Gravity, Linear Accelerometer, Rotation Vector, Date, and Time.
Some software (virtual) sensors relay on the presence of hardware sensors to function. For example, the gravity sensor, linear acceleration sensor, and rotation vector sensor all of these software sensors relay on the presence of hardware gyro sensor on your Android device to function.
SensoDuino also features an Android sensor scanner that will list hardware and software sensors supported by your Android device as well as key sensor specifications such as max power consumption, resolution, vendor, etc.
- Read Android sensors.
- Save android sensor data to comma-delimited text file.
- Transmit android sensor data in ASCII comma-delimited format via Bluetooth.
- List available Android device sensors both hardware and virtual (software).
- Configure speed of sensor data capture, logging, and transmission.
- Log accuracy of most sensor data.
- Keep device awake to prevent loss of sensor data logging.
- Support Android devices from version 2.33
- Import geo-tagged sensor log into Google Map or GPSvisualizer.com for location analysis.
- Stream sensor data to a PC in real-time via Bluetooth for analysis and charting.
ELECTROMECHANICS & ROBOTICS EXAMPLE
- Use SensoDuino as a UAV & IMU controller for RC airplanes, quadcopters, etc.
- Use Audio, Light , Accelerometer (motion) sensors to trigger alarms, turn things on/off.
- Design game and robot controllers.
- Much more.
SensoDuino needs your permission to perform the following tasks: log sensor data to your device SD, read GPS data, transmit sensor data via Bluetooth, read audio sensor (microphone), send application crash reports and user feedback via the internet, and network state for Google Analytics.
SENSODUINO USER GUIDE
With new features added to SensoDuino, the captured screens may look slightly different from the production screens for a while until updated screenshots are uploaded.
Build your layout, control up to 12 x 2 circuits, program their functions, take pictures of what you want to control or choose a picture from your gallery (each picture box has three states that can be switched dynamically via app or Arduino) and have fun switching your circuits in latch (toggle button) or momentary (Touching Pictures) modes.
Connect via BLUETOOTH and/or WI-FI.
Thanks to your feedback and support, Arduino Total Control now can be fully customized. You can manage the layout as you like the most! Just enable "Edit properties" form the menu to hide/show buttons, text or images, then, keep your finger (on long click) on the picture in order to change the displayed image, and choose one from your gallery or take a shot.
Excellent for Advanced home automation, school projects and more.
Control codes sent are:
• ‘A’: Turn on relay 1
• ‘a’: Turn off relay 1
• ‘B’: Turn on relay 2
• ‘b’: Turn off relay 2
• ‘L’: Turn on relay 8
• ‘l’: Turn off relay 8
• Or whatever you want! now you decide what the sending command is!
Get feedback from your board!!!
Board -> android codes are strings that are displayed as feedback! NOTE that empty strings and "\r" will have no effect on the displayed text. End each string with "\n" (New line character) in order to let the app know when to display the incoming string.
You can easily assemble your own board using a Bluetooth – serial module (like JY-MCU...), and getting the previous codes from micro-controller's serial port (if you want to communicate via WiFi, use the Ethernet shield)
You can get the code from the app for free, just copy and paste into your Arduino sketch, then auto-format, and presto download the sketch!
PIC assembler code provided!!!!!!!!!!
Arduino Code provided!!!!!
Arduino connection schematics provided!!!!
Log Arduino Total Control V.5.02
*Scroll enable/Disable Added
*Feedback to toggle button support
*Latest Arduino Firmware provided within the app
*Texts below pics now editable via Arduino messages in order to display
a wide variety of sensor data.
*Connection to IP address or domain name available
*Minor performance bugs fixed
Log Arduino Total Control V.5.03
*Minor bug on "Action on pic-touch" fixed
Log Arduino Total Control V.5.1
*Dynamic picture change added "*New Arduino CODE!!!
*Performance bugs fixed
*Color chooser bug fixed, black and white colors added.
*Individual "action on pic touch" property added
*Buttons get the color from emphasis color
*More explicit connected indicator
Log Arduino Total Control V.5.1
*Minor user interface bugs fixed
*WiFi connection now dependent of "Autoconnect" menu item
*Performance improved by disabling app Bluetooth or WiFi connection
*Excessive toast issue solved
*Show All menu button art changed
Funcionamento do aplicativo apenas com dispositivos conectados via bluetooth;
Passo a passo:
1- Fazer a montagem no proto board conforme esquema elétrico;
2- Ligar o módulo bluetooth(JY MCU) e Arduino, veja que o led está piscando;
3- No Smartphone ligar o Bluetooth e entrar no aplicativo e pressionar o botão Connect;
4- Observe que o led do módulo bluetooth(JY MCU) estava piscando e quando está conectado para de piscar e fica aceso direto;
5- Os dispositivos estão conetctados via bluetooth - led está aceso direto.
6- Neste momento todos os botões do aplicativo funcionam e enviam dados ao módulo bluetooth e ao Arduino.
Controle remoto com todas as funcionalidades para carros e robos;
O aplicativo ARDUINO RC CAR CONTROL instalado no Smartphone Android controla remotamente o Arduino com comunicação via bluetooth.
Botões de acionamento:
Obs1.: Estes botões foram sujeridos para o projeto mas podem acionar outros dispositivos conforme necessidade.
FORWARD: ACIONA MOTORES(M1 E M2) MOVIMENTO PARA FRENTE;
BACKWARD: ACIONA MOTORES(M1 E M2) MOVIMENTO PARA TRAZ;
LEFT: ACIONA MOTORES(M1 E M2) MOVIMENTO PARA ESQUERDA;
RIGHT: ACIONA MOTORES(M1 E M2) MOVIMENTO PARA DIREITA;
Obs2.: Estes botões também controlam o acionamento e parada ou estacionamento do carro com mudança de cor de verde para vermelho e vive versa.
PARK : ESTACIONAR OU PARAR O CARRO;
SLOW MODE: CONTROLE DE POTÊNCIA DOS MOTORES(MODO LENTO OU BAIXA VELOCIDADE);
TURBO MODE: CONTROLE DE POTÊNCIA DOS MOTORES(MODO RÁPIDO OU ALTA VELOCIDADE);
Obs. Neste projeto os pinos digitais D0 e D1 estão conectados ao RX e TX da placa Arduino e os pinos digitais D2 e D3 estão conectados ao módulo bluetooth, o pino digital D13 está conectado ao led d13 da placa Arduino.
Utilize um smartphone com android, para instalar este “.apk”; Neste exemplo foi utilizado o Tablet Samsung Galaxy GT-P3100 Tab2 7.0” com android versão 4.0.
O aplicativo ARDUINO RC CAR CONTROL instalado no Smartphone com Android comunica com o bluetooth que está conectado à serial(mySerial) pino 2-RX e 3-TX do Arduino que recebe entes dados que por sua vez , interpreta e faz o comando de escrita na porta digital correspondente do Arduino.
Atenção: Quando estiver trabalhando com este aplicativo mantenha a tela sempre ligada(não utilize o modo dormir ou sleep) pois voce pode perder o controle sobre o dispositivo que estão sendo acionados.
Obs.: Para sair do aplicativo, verifique sempre antes se os botões estão todos no modo “OFF”, então pressione o botão “disconnect” e saia do aplicativo; Note que o bluetooth ficará piscando indicativo que o sistema está realmente desconectado.
Isto é tudo que voce precisa saber para construir seu programa:
FAROL LIGADO - send: caracter “a”; FAROL DESLIGADO- send: caracter “b”;
LANTERNA LIGADA - send: caracter “c”; LANTERNA DESLIGADA- send: caracter “d”;
BUZINA LIGADA - send: caracter “e”; BUZINA DESLIGADA send: caracter “f”;
SOM LIGADO - send: caracter “g”; SOM DESLIGADO- send: caracter “h”;
FORWARD GO - send: caracter “F”; BACKWARD STOP- send: caracter “S”;
BACKWARD GO - send: caracter “B”; BACKWARD STOP - send: caracter “S”;
LEFT GO - send: caracter “L”; LEFT STOP- send: caracter “S”;
RIGHT GO - send: caracter “R”; RIGHT STOP - send: caracter “S”;
PARK/STOP - send: caracter “S”;
SLOW MODE - send: caracter “t”;
TURBO MODE - send: caracter “T”;
GRATUITO PROGRAMA COMPLETO ARDUINO PARA O APP Arduino RC Car Control:
Veja no meu site: Programa completo para Arduino, Fotos, Vídeos e mais exemplos.
Eight Control has more features than many similar applications:
* Dedicated layout for phones and tablets
* 8 Functions to control your home
* Transmit and display data values (e.g temperature, time from server to phone)
* Buttons display current on/off states
* Code protection for phone application
* Auto-refresh and auto-off feature
* Individual delays configurable for each function
* Server can remember function's on/off states
* New: Auto-select an additional internal IP address!
* AES encrypted, port forwarding possible
* Easy SD-card configuration on server!
Control your wireless switch outlets in your house and garden!
(Special hardware is needed.)
With this App you can control your wireless switch outlets with your self-build homecontrol4me - control unit.
The home control 4 me - control unit is based on the open source hard- and software project Arduino.
The instruction manual and many other info's you can find at www.homecontrol4.me
> Build from simple projects (as toys) to more advanced and robust projects (as robotic platforms and home automation) without worrying about programming the Android mobile device that will control all the features of your Arduino project
> Send information for your projects Arduino through action buttons, voice recognition commands, sent messages to Twitter and received SMS messages
> Create your own interface interaction in Andruino by adding buttons and components dynamically, riding the "remote control" for your Arduino project the way you want
* First you must enable, search for and pair the Bluetooth modules using the native settings menu.
The Andruino, junction of the names "Android" and "Arduino", is an application developed in order to facilitate the implementation and integration project-electronic digital with mobile devices, capable of sending data from your Android smartphone or tablet to an Arduino board through a connection with a Bluetooth module (for example, RS-232).
After the Bluetooth connection between the Android device and the Arduino project, you can dynamically add components to the application Andruino that can send data (text) to the Arduino board. There are four types of components that can send information from your Android device to an Arduino project:
> Action Button: Buttons that are added/created dynamically in the application interface of Andruino that can be enabled or disabled through a check-box and, when pressed, send data (text) from the Android mobile device to Arduino project. The data sent are configured during the creation of the component.
> Command Recognition for Voice: Components that are added dynamically in the application interface of Andruino that can be enabled or disabled through a check-box and, when pressed, displays a new screen that allows the user to speak/pronounce some command, by example "FORWARD", "RIGHT" or any other commands. Once the desired command is pronounced, the Andruino application will retrieve the word or phrase spoken, turning it into a set of data (text) and will send to the Arduino project.
> Twitter: Components that are added dynamically in the application interface of Andruino that can be enabled or disabled through a check-box and, when activated, causes the Andruino application start monitoring messages sent to a specific Twitter account and, when a new message or Tweet is published by mentioning that account, its contents (except the account name) is sent to the Arduino project. The monitored Twitter account is configured during the creation of the component. For example, when someone sends a message or Tweet with the description "@gcleva FORWARD" or "@gcleva RIGHT", the Andruino application, previously configured to monitor the account named "@gcleva", will send the information "FORWARD" and "RIGHT" to the Arduino project, disregarding the account name (@gcleva).
> SMS Message: Components that are added dynamically in the application interface of Andruino that can be enabled or disabled through a check-box and, when activated, causes the Andruino application start monitoring incoming SMS messages by mobile device and, by receiving a new message, the content is sent to the Arduino project.
To use the Command Recognition for Voice and Twitter components, the Android mobile device must be connected to a data network with Internet access.
To use the SMS Message component, the Android mobile device must be connected to a data network and/or telephony.
An Arduino code sample receiving data can be found in http://dl.dropbox.com/u/55075307/Exemplo_Andruino.ino
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