Introduction to NAZA-M multi-rotor/Quadcopter autopilot


In this post we will discuss about the main part of the whole Quadcopter/Multirotors system. Here we will learn about DJI Naza Flight controller Naza-M assistant software for Quadcopter Multicopter. Before knowing about What is NAZA-M you must know the basics of Quadcopters or UAV or Multirotors. As we are discussing about DJI Naza Flight controller Naza-M assistant software for Quadcopter Multicopter so we must know about the system on which we want to implement it.

Introduction to NAZA-M

NAZA-M is a platform which controls the multi-rotor/Quadcopter, also the plus point is NAZA-M is a light-weighted controller. Another plus point for adopting NAZA-M as a flight controller in multi-rotor/Quadcopter is that it is a reliable, simplified installation process. This controller is having

  • Barometer
  • Accelerometer(3-axis)
  •  Gyroscope(3-axis)
  • Controllers
  • Inner Damping

NAZA-M, Introduction to NAZA-M, NAZA-M Flight Controller, Features of NAZA-MTo make a multi-rotor/Quadcopter automated we can use NAZA-M flight Controller as it measures the altitude from the ground level. It is also having a altitude lock/position lock feature i.e. we can give a fixed value of altitude and the multi-rotor/Quadcopter will fly at that particular altitude until it is changed externally. The Return to launch(RTL) feature of NAZA-M flight controller includes, when multi-rotor completes its mission it automatically comes back to its home position i.e. the point from where it was armed. So the location where it was armed should always be safe and away from crowd.

We can also set a minimum voltage level to the battery in order to save the multi-rotor/Quadcopter from getting crashed. In the automated mode we can plot the way points and home position and the multi-copter/Quadcopter will follow that way points after take-off and comes back to the home position when it completes its mission. But for making it autonomous we need GPS so as to plot a pre-defined path. In order to use fail safe feature of NAZA-M, it can be done through port U. Fail safe feature ensures that when the communication between transmitter and MC is lost, themulti-rotor/Quadcopter will not crash.

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