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|style="color:#000"|[http://www.nongnu.org/paparazzi Paparazzi] is a free and open-source hardware and software project intended to create an exceptionally powerful and versatile autopilot system by allowing and encouraging input from the community. The project includes not only the airborne hardware and software, from voltage regulators and GPS receivers to [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalman_filtering Kalman filtering] code, but also a powerful and ever-expanding array of ground hardware and software including modems, antennas, and a highly evolved user-friendly ground control software interface.
 
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|All hardware and software is open-source and freely available to anyone under the [http://www.gnu.org GNU] licencing agreement. Efforts are currently underway to organize production and retail sales of the autopilot and popular accessories, making the system much easier and more affordable for all.
 
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|The key feature of the paparazzi autopilot is its unique combination of infrared thermopiles and inertial measurement for attitude sensing, providing a robust and accurate attitude estimate that requires no ground calibration and can recover from any launch attitude.
 
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|The Paparazzi mini UAV project is now being used and developed at [http://www.enac.fr/ ENAC University].
 
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* A [http://www.debian.org debian] [http://www.recherche.enac.fr/paparazzi/debian repository] containing some packages not in the official distribution and required to run Paparazzi.
 
* PaparazziX Knoppix based live CD is available from the [http://www.recherche.enac.fr/paparazzi/paparazzix paparazzix directory].
 
* Nightly and release [http://www.recherche.enac.fr/paparazzi/tarball tarballs].
 
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|<h3>September 17th, 2007</h3>
 
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[[Image:yarasa.jpg|thumb|left|[http://www.mav07.org/ MAV 07]]][http://www.mav07.org/ MAV 07] will be held in Toulouse, France (of course!) September 17-21, 2007.  Expect to see lots of great Paparazzi systems kicking ass and taking names!
 
  
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'''[http://paparazziuav.org Paparazzi UAV]''' (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) is an open-source drone hardware and software project encompassing autopilot systems and ground station software for multicopters/multirotors, fixed-wing, helicopters and hybrid aircraft that was founded in 2003. [http://paparazziuav.org Paparazzi UAV] was designed with autonomous flight as the primary focus and manual flying as the secondary. From the beginning it was designed with portability in mind and the ability to control multiple aircraft within the same system. Paparazzi features a dynamic flight plan system that is defined by mission states and using way points as “variables”. This makes it easy to create very complex fully automated missions without the operators intervention. For more project information, [[General|see here]].
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| style="color:#000"| [[Image:Paul_MacCready.jpg|thumb|left|Paul MacCready<br>1925-2007]][http://www.avinc.com/dr.maccready.asp Dr. Paul MacCready], legendary aeronautical engineer and founder of [http://www.avinc.com Aerovironment], died in his sleep at the age of 81. Many of us met him met him in 2005 at [[Gallery#MAV05|MAV05]] in Germany but all of us are familiar with his incredible body of work ranging from the [http://www.donaldmonroe.com/gossamer_condor_photography first human powered aircraft], to the [http://americanhistory.si.edu/onthemove/collection/object_362.html GM Sunraycer] electric car, and the world altitude record holding [http://www.space.com/businesstechnology/technology/helios_launch_010814.html Helios].  MacCready was a world champion sailplane pilot, holds a Cal Tech Ph.D. in aeronautics, has been granted 7 honorary degrees, and has contributed a total of 4 aircraft and one car to the permanent collection of the [http://invention.smithsonian.org/resources/online_articles_detail.aspx?id=349 Smithsonian Institution].  He founded Aerovironment in 1971, the world's largest supplier of hand-launched UAVs.
 
  
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|<h3>August 21th, 2007</h3>
 
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| style="color:#000"| [[Image:kerlingafjoll.jpg|thumb|left|Flying south west of the Hofsjökull glacier]]Three Paparazzi equipped Funjets were part of the [http://www.flohof.uib.no/ Flohof] measurement campaign around the Hofsjökull glacier on Iceland. We were able to measure temperature, humidity, pressure and estimate the wind. The authorities issued a NOTAM, clearing the airspace up to 12.000 feet which allowed us to set a new Paparazzi altitude record.
 
  
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| style="color:#000"| [[Image:jet_family.jpg|thumb|left|Part of the ENAC multiplex foamy fleet]]Sun is finally back. We took all those babies for a multiple aircrafts flight. From left to right : 600g minimag, 900g twinjet, 600g funjet and 350g microjet. It's such a shame that multiplex stoped producing microjets..... they didn't even ask us :(
 
  
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[[Image:ant_tracker.jpg|thumb|left|[http://www.recherche.enac.fr/~poine/video/ant_tracker.mpeg Download the video]]]Jeremie Vacher, a student at ENAC, has developed a tracker for antennas. It is functionnal but still needs a little bit of polishing. Anybody interrested ?
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[[Image:ahrs2fg.jpg|thumb|left|[http://www.recherche.enac.fr/~poine/video/ahrs2fg.mpeg Download the video]]]Antoine continues to make great progress toward the holy grail of 17 state inertial navigation and releases a [http://www.recherche.enac.fr/~poine/video/ahrs2fg.mpeg video] showing the performance of the 7-state [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalman_filtering Kalman filtered] IMU providing the attitude-heading reference system [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attitude_and_Heading_Reference_Systems (AHRS)] on his quadrotor.  Note how much coffee was consumed in preparation for this video.  More info on the IMU is available on the [[Sensors|sensors]] page.  Also, be sure to admire the [http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/paparazzi/paparazzi3/hw/sensors/ schematics] and [http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewcvs/paparazzi/paparazzi3/sw/airborne/ source code]!
 
  
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Paparazzi UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) is an open-source drone hardware and software project encompassing autopilot systems and ground station software for multicopters/multirotors, fixed-wing, helicopters and hybrid aircraft that was founded in 2003. Paparazzi UAV was designed with autonomous flight as the primary focus and manual flying as the secondary. From the beginning it was designed with portability in mind and the ability to control multiple aircraft within the same system. Paparazzi features a dynamic flight plan system that is defined by mission states and using way points as “variables”. This makes it easy to create very complex fully automated missions without the operators intervention. For more project information, see here.


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Latest Stable Release: v5.16.0_stable

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Releases can be found at https://github.com/paparazzi/paparazzi/releases



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Flight Campaign at Barbados Island
Enac UAV lab have participated to an atmospheric research flight campaign at the Barbados Island for three weeks from end of January 2020.  This was part of a project called NEPHELAE in collaboration with the French National Meteorological Research Center from Météo-France and the robotics lab LAAS-CNRS. NEPHELAE is atmospheric science driven (with a focus … Continue reading Flight Campaign at Barbados Island
Gautier Hattenberger 2020-03-04 10:35:30

Crazyflie v2.1 with Paparazzi onboard
The popular Open-Source platform Crazylie v2.1 from Bitcraze is now supported by Paparazzi. Only the main frame, with IMU, barometer as well as the NRF communication is working. A bridge between the Crazyradio and the Ivy bus allows the direct and easy connection of the Crazyflie to the ground station. More sensor decks will be … Continue reading Crazyflie v2.1 with Paparazzi onboard
Gautier Hattenberger 2020-02-03 20:44:58

Running Paparazzi on Windows
Since there are many Windows users who like to try paparazzi on this popular OS and Microsoft introduced the possibility of running Ubuntu programs and tools on windows 10, now Paparazzi developer team is pleased to announce the initial release of the Windows10 support of Paparazzi. The installation process is not so much different from … Continue reading Running Paparazzi on Windows
Gautier Hattenberger 2019-04-10 18:56:31

Paparazzi wins at IMAV2018
Enac UAV team and TUDelft MAVLAB team took part to the IMAV2018 conference and competition in Australia with great success! For the first time, the two academic lead developers of the Paparazzi UAV system join efforts to participate to the Outdoor competition and won this event far ahead. Several tasks have been completed, including a … Continue reading Paparazzi wins at IMAV2018
Gautier Hattenberger 2018-11-28 16:24:44

UAV Network Intrusion Detection with Wavelet-based Signature Analysis
This is a first step of a hybrid IDS method based on the analysis of spectral traffic and a robust controller / observer for the estimation of anomalies in UAV networks. This module is currently designed to observe the traffic between the drones and the Paparazzi GCS. It provides a statistic signature of the traffic … Continue reading UAV Network Intrusion Detection with Wavelet-based Signature Analysis
Gautier Hattenberger 2018-06-21 14:29:55

Opening ENAC’s flying arena
Since the beginning of the year, ENAC (French Civil Aviation University) is equipped with a new facility dedicated to UAVs research and education. The building includes a flying arena with a size around 10x10x10 meters, several workshops for mechanics, electronic, composite, 3D printing and storage. It also includes a teaching room for automatic control and … Continue reading Opening ENAC’s flying arena
Gautier Hattenberger 2018-06-15 21:25:04

Secure Pprzlink released
The Paparazzi team is proud to announce a release of an encrypted version of pprzlink. The new secure Pprzlink uses a strong and fast cipher ChaCha20 with Poly1305 authenticator. For better security and user convenience, a variation of station-to-station key-exchange protocol is implemented, to allow seamless key-exchange between the UAV and the GCS. Secure Pprzlink … Continue reading Secure Pprzlink released
Michal Podhradsky 2018-03-26 19:26:27

Pilot a super rotorcraft!
So far all my results with rotorcraft were in simulation… until now! In this experiment, performed at TU-Delft (thanks Ewoud Smeur!), a team of four rotorcraft behaves as a single unit. The proved stability properties of the whole system allows for applications such as collaborative transportation of objects. If you want to know the mathematical … Continue reading Pilot a super rotorcraft!
Hector Garcia de Marina 2017-12-02 18:59:57

Multi-UAV capabilities
Video done at ENAC (Toulouse) showing some capabilities of Paparazzi for controlling multiple fixed-wing aircraft. We have already a wiki entry explaining how to implement the circular formations.
Hector Garcia de Marina 2017-08-12 06:33:08

New Paparazzi autopilot Chimera released
The ENAC UAV lab is proud to release its latest autopilot board.  Named Chimera, it is based on the latest STM32F7 micro-controller and offers a large connectivity. The design have been made with the ease of use and integration for end-users, especially researchers. With the usual features like IMU and barometer, the Chimera also carries … Continue reading New Paparazzi autopilot Chimera released
Gautier Hattenberger 2017-03-20 00:11:06



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