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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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The Paparazzi software source and hardware design is distributed without any guarantee. Before flying, please refer to your country's national aviation regulation for Unmanned Aerial Systems, or the one of the country you intend to overfly.


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Latest Stable Release: v5.8.2_stable

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Download as tarball or checkout the v5.8 branch from git.
Releases can be found at https://github.com/paparazzi/paparazzi/releases



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Paparazzi UAV at DefCon 24
Defcon24-1We will be at DefCon 24. A yearly hacker conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. If you are there make sure to say hi. To get in touch just send a mention or private message to @paparazziuav on twitter or a contact us in our Gitter Discuss channel. 1BitSquared will be there selling their hardware. If you are … Continue reading Paparazzi UAV at DefCon 24
Piotr Esden-Tempski 2016-08-03 22:39:16

Drones vs. Retro-gaming: fly with a Game Boy Classic
gameboypprzeditSome time ago, I found my old Game Boy at my parents’ house. So the first thing that came to my mind was: can I fly a drone with this ? (and also where is my Mario Bros cartridge). So I spend some time searching the web to see if I could find some idea … Continue reading Drones vs. Retro-gaming: fly with a Game Boy Classic
Gautier Hattenberger 2016-08-01 22:23:44

Flights at the ISARRA2016 conference
isarra2016-groupLast May, the ISARRA conference (International Society for Atmospheric Research using Remotely Piloted Aircraft) was held in Toulouse, France (https://www.meteo.fr/cic/meetings/2016/isarra/). The week before the conference, a few teams of researchers gathered to share experiences and fly their drones at the Atmospheric Research Center of Lannemezan near the Pyrenees. Among them was some of the oldest … Continue reading Flights at the ISARRA2016 conference
Gautier Hattenberger 2016-07-24 21:58:21

Flying Robot Commander + PPRZLINK = Improved MultiMAV Management
Flying Robot Commander and PPRZLINKFor those of us that use Paparazzi to fly multiple MAVs, the current GCS does a great job of managing and presenting just the right amount of information for safe flight. That being said, there’s always room for new tools. It’s my pleasure to introduce the Flying Robot Commander, a PPRZLINK enabled web application for … Continue reading Flying Robot Commander + PPRZLINK = Improved MultiMAV Management
Rich Burton 2016-04-11 06:21:31

Introduction to the G0 GPS
introduction_to_the_g0_gps_hdtvDear Paparazzians, I made a new video describing the details of the G0 Paparazzi UAV GPS receiver module. In the video I go through and describe the several design decisions we made to ensure high Signal to Noise Ratio, good multi path GPS signal rejection and overall reliability of the GPS for use in airborne robotics applications. I … Continue reading Introduction to the G0 GPS
Piotr Esden-Tempski 2016-03-21 22:30:05

Introduction to the Elle0 Autopilot
introduction_to_the_elle0_autopilot_hdtvDear Paparazzians, I made a new video describing the details of the Elle0 Paparazzi UAV autopilot. Elle0 is now available for purchase in the 1BitSquared store together with the G0 companion GPS receiver. In the video I go through and describe every IO pin as well as some of the design differences to the Lisa/MX Autopilot. Additionally, I … Continue reading Introduction to the Elle0 Autopilot
Piotr Esden-Tempski 2016-03-03 00:33:17

Paparazzi UAV on Pixhawk teaser
Hi all Open-Source enthusiasts, Today we are happy to announce we’ll be adding an extra autopilot board to there long list of supported autopilots. The Pixhawk autopilot board will be integrated in our next software release! The video shows the first flight with Paparazzi UAV on a Pixhawk, more videos will follow. Why choose Paparazzi … Continue reading Paparazzi UAV on Pixhawk teaser
Bart Remes 2016-03-01 22:20:49

1BitSquared launches German Store
1B2 + PPRZ banner DE-011BitSquared has just launched their German online store. This is the first dedicated Paparazzi UAV hardware supplier in Europe. With a store in Europe they can provide faster delivery times of Paparazzi UAV hardware for all the European users and developers. Now you can purchase Lisa/M(X), Lisa/S, Elle0 autopilots and accessories for Paparazzi UAV within … Continue reading 1BitSquared launches German Store
Piotr Esden-Tempski 2016-01-12 14:40:12

Wiki Front Page Update
Screen Shot 2016-01-05 at 10.03.53 PMWith the coming of the new year we decided it was time for a refresh of the appearance of the Wiki front page. Stripping away its colorful design and removing the boxes around text we thought it would help make the information cleaner and easier to read. We have added new icons to help clarify … Continue reading Wiki Front Page Update
Danika Esden-Tempski 2016-01-06 16:51:39

Paparazzi UAV at 32C3 Recap
IMG_3327Here is a short review of our Paparazzi UAV meet up at the 32C3. For those of you who have never heard of the Chaos Communication Congress, it is a hacker conference that takes place every year between Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Germany. For many years it was held in Berlin, but with the increased … Continue reading Paparazzi UAV at 32C3 Recap
Piotr Esden-Tempski 2016-01-04 00:28:32



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