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- 1 Autopilots
- 2 Other
- 3 PCB
- 4 Old vendors
Paparazzi UAV, development, manufacturing and consulting company founded by Piotr Esden-Tempski aka esden.
1BitSquared is the developer of several new autopilots for the Paparazzi UAV platform, they also actively contribute to the project.
Among others 1BitSquared has developed and contributed:
- Lisa/S nano autopilot
- Elle0 autopilot
- Lisa/M(X) V2.1 autopilots
- Various code improvements and fixes including the port of the STM32 platform to libopencm3.
Check out the 1BitSquared store for Paparazzi hardware and accessories.
Assembling hardware for Paparazzi based projects since 2007.
We are a USA based company that makes the Open Sourced Paparazzi Hardware available around the World. If you need fully assembled or just PCBs we can help.
If you do not see what you need please do not hesitate to contact us via eMail to: email@example.com for details. Visit the Web Store to see the latest offerings.
Other parts such as GPS, IMU or Magnetometer breakout boards are also available.
Transition Robotics Inc. is a young company developing new solutions for and with the Paparazzi UAV platform. Their core product is the Quadshot, a VTOL transitioning aircraft.
Beside the Quadshot itself they develop and provide hardware and software that is especially optimized for Paparazzi, such as the Lisa Autopilots, Aspirin IMUs and associated accessories.
They have a shop on their Quadshot product page.
We produce ready-to-fly paparazzi systems for everyone.
We are a company based in germany and deliver around the world. We create our own hardware and a groundstation that includes the rc transmitter and video rx. Complete paparazzi systems are available at: Shop Luftfotos24
Sparkfun is a great source of miscellaneous electronics like:
- Development boards
- Pressure sensors
- Ultrasonic distance sensors
- Temperature/humidity sensors
- USB to Serial converters (XBEE adapter)
Sparkfun distributors in Europe
Electronic distributor, sells all kinds of electronic parts or modules. Free shipping as of 60€.
Mainly focused on ArduPilot hardware. But carries Paparazzi compatible Telemetry and sensor boards.
DIYDrones distributors in Europe
- http://www.lipoly.de/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=880_1912 [DE]
- http://www.unmannedtechshop.co.uk/ [UK]
- http://www.buildyourowndrone.co.uk/ [UK]
u-Blox GPS receivers
- navilock.de (also available on Amazon.de)
- rfdesign.co.za (Also u-blox 5 and u-blox 6 modules avialable)
- csgshop.com US UBLOX MAX-6Q ( Lithuania )
- ppzuav.com GPS13 (USA)
- hobbyking.com NEO-6M 18$ / 14€
Eagle Tree Systems makes a small standalone airspeed sensor that can be connected via i2c. They also sell pitot tubes standalone for other differential pressure sensors.
- Eagle Tree Systems (Also available from a number of distributors)
DIGI XBee telemetry modules
For detailed shopping guide see [Modems]
- http://www.watterott.com/en/Digi (DE EU)
- https://store.diydrones.com/ (US See above for local distributors)
- http://unmannedtechshop.co.uk/UAV-Components/UAV-telemetry (UK)
- http://mouser.com/ (AU and other regions)
Paparazzi specific bare and already assembled PCB's.
Very cheap 1, 2 and 4 layer boards from china. (perfect for bigger volumes and a low price)
Shipping from china takes some time. Minimum order is 5 pcs.
Fast high quality 2 and 4 layer boards.(perfect for high requirements, but they're not the cheapest)
Free worldwide shipping. Minimum order is 3 pcs.
A hobbyist-created site for finding the cheapest PCB manufacturer. Enter the size, layers, and quantity of the board you designed, and PCBShopper will give you prices and delivery time from several different manufacturers.
Here is a list of former paparazzi hardware vendors for reference. They were providing a great service to the Paparazzi community.