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The UAV laboratory has developed a complete UAV system named Paparazzi. This project is born, five years ago, from a will to build a cheap fixed wing autonomous MAV (Micro air Vehicle). The Paparazzi system includes the airborne autopilot, the downlink and uplink channels and a multi aircraft ground monitoring station. The system is highly configurable and proposes a rich flight plan language. The source code, schematics and documentation of the Paparazzi system are released under the GPL license.
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The UAV laboratory has developed a complete UAV system named Paparazzi. This project is born in 2003, from a will to build a cheap fixed wing autonomous MAV (Micro air Vehicle). The Paparazzi system includes the airborne autopilot, the downlink and uplink channels and a multi aircraft ground monitoring station. The system is highly configurable and proposes a rich flight plan language. The source code, schematics and documentation of the Paparazzi system are released under the GPL license.
  
 
The main station of this system provides the following functions:
 
The main station of this system provides the following functions:
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* recording and replaying real flights after operation for analysis.
 
* recording and replaying real flights after operation for analysis.
  
Paparazzi UAV may carry on board different sensors like video channels or chemical sensors. UAV and main control station are also linked via data  link allowing complete control and survey of the flight, such as recording and monitoring of all information captured by the different sensors.
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Paparazzi UAV may carry on board different sensors like video channels or chemical sensors. UAV and main control station are also linked via datalink allowing complete control and survey of the flight, such as recording and monitoring of all information captured by the different sensors.
  
 
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Today several hundred of hours have shown that Paparazzi is robust and reliable. Several teams in the world are using this autopilot. This cheap, light, simple MAV autopilot has won several competitions :
 
Today several hundred of hours have shown that Paparazzi is robust and reliable. Several teams in the world are using this autopilot. This cheap, light, simple MAV autopilot has won several competitions :
  
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* IMAV2014, Delft, Netherlands :
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** ENAC took the 3rd place
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* IMAV2013, Toulouse, France :
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** ENAC organized the IMAV2013 event in Toulouse
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* IMAV2012, Braunscheweig, Germany :
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** ENAC took 1st place for the outdoor autonomy mission and 3rd place for the outdoor flight dynamics
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* IMAV2011, Delft, Netherlands :
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** ENAC won 2nd place for outdoor autonomy mission and the "Best Endurance Award"
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* IMAV2010, Braunscheweig, Germany :
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** ENAC took 1st place for the outdoor autonomy mission and 2nd for the indoor flight dynamics
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* DGA Challenge 2009, France :
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** Enac won the French "DGA Challenge" as a reward for the maturity of the Paparazzi system
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* EMAV2009, Delft, Netherlands :
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** 2nd place for the outdoor mission
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* US-Asian MAV 2008, Agra, India :
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** ENAC won the "Beset Autonomous MAV" Award
 
* MAV07, Toulouse, France :
 
* MAV07, Toulouse, France :
The ENAC team took the first place (tie) while the 3rd, 4th and 5th were Paparazzi teams.
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** The ENAC team took the first place (tie) while the 3rd, 4th and 5th were Paparazzi teams.
 
* MAV06, Sandestin, Florida :
 
* MAV06, Sandestin, Florida :
Five Paparazzi teams were in the six first places;
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** Five Paparazzi teams were in the six first places;
 
* EMAV06, Braunschweig, Germany :
 
* EMAV06, Braunschweig, Germany :
Four Paparazzi teams were in the four first places;
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** Four Paparazzi teams were in the four first places;
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** ENAC took 3rd place in "Fixed-Wing" category
 
* MAV05, Garmisch, Germany :
 
* MAV05, Garmisch, Germany :
Three Paparazzi teams were in the three first places;
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** Three Paparazzi teams were in the three first places;
 
* JMD04, Toulouse, France :
 
* JMD04, Toulouse, France :
Paparazzi took the first place with the Microjet;
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** Paparazzi took the first place with the Microjet;
 
* EMAV04, Braunscheweig, Germany :
 
* EMAV04, Braunscheweig, Germany :
Paparazzi took the first place with a Microjet (0.65cm, 0.4kg)  
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** Paparazzi took the first place with a Microjet (0.65cm, 0.4kg)  
 
* JMD03, Toulouse, France :
 
* JMD03, Toulouse, France :
Paparazzi took the first place with a Twinstar (1.4m, 1.4kg)
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** Paparazzi took the first place with a Twinstar (1.4m, 1.4kg)
 
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* Students Projects
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* [http://wiki.paparazziuav.org/wiki/Student_Projects Student Projects]
* Publications
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* [https://hal-enac.archives-ouvertes.fr/search/index/q/labStructName_s%3A%22ENAC+-+Programme+transverse+Drones%22/ Publications]
* Contacts
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* [mailto://drones@enac.fr Contacts]
  
 
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* Antoine
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* Yannick Jestin (Project coordinator)
* Cathy
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* Gautier Hattenberger
* Gautier
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* Michel Gorraz
* Michel
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* Alexandre Bustico
* Pascal
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* Murat Bronz
* Pierre-Selim
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* Jean-Philippe Condomines
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* Xavier Paris
  
  

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