1. Gluonpilot first flight


    from Ice Bear / Added

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    This is the maiden flight with the Mx Funjet with a Gluonpilot autopilot. See www.gluonpilot.com for details.

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    • JET-1 Aerial Target


      from Jaroslaw / Added

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      • Mixtape Comedy Show - Tom Van Horn


        from Mixtape Comedy Show / Added

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        Tom's Fear of Flying From our monthly show in New York City. Website ~ http://mixtapecomedy.com Like ~ http://facebook.com/mixtapecomedy Follow ~ http://twitter.com/mixtapecomedy

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        • Untitled


          from abdullahsaqib / Added

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          • Autopilot Flying GPS 13 Approach and Landing St. Augustine William Kent and Ryan McFarland


            from William Mallory Kent / Added

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            Ryan McFarland, my nephew and paralegal, a student at UNF, flew with me today over to 28J and back. On the return flight we let the autopilot fly the whole way, including the GPS approach into St. Augustine, Runway 13. I loaded the RNAV 13 approach and then entered TUNJU, the center IAF, as our direct to point. When doing that it is not necessary to activate the approach in the Garmin GNS 530W, the direct to enter had the effect of activating the approach. I set the altitude preselect for 2000 feet, the minimum altitude for TUNJU and entered it about 15 miles out from TUNJU. Once we were within a couple of miles of TUNJU I hit the NAV button on the autopilot and it captured the approach and GS. It flew it perfectly and I left it on until the DH of 357 feet, then I disconnected the autopilot and hand flew the landing. William Mallory Kent, pilot Cessna 182 December 22, 2011 STEC 60-2 autopilot with GPSS and Altitude Preselect Garmin GNS 530W Garmin 696 with Jeppesen approach plateson the 696 synched to the 530W.

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            • Autopilot Flying Cessna 182 on RNAV (GPS) Runway 27 Approach, 28J


              from William Mallory Kent / Added

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              The plane is a Cessna 182, with an STEC 60-2 three axis autopilot with altitude preselect, and GPSS unit, plus a Gamin GNS 530W navigation unit, and a Garmin 696 on the yoke synched to the 530W. The 696 has Jeppesen instrument approach plates which show the position of the plane on the appoach plate while the approach is being flown. In this test of the autopilot's ability to fly a coupled GPS approach, I made a flight plan while taxiing at St. Augustine to fly direct to Palatka, 28J, and loaded, but did not activate, the RNAV 27 instrument approach for 28J. I had the autopilot fly me to 28J using GPSS and HDG on the autopilot and ALT altitude hold at 3,000 feet AGL. I activated the approach in the 530W after we were outside the KSGJ class D airspace. I did not use the full approach with the "T" IAF, rather, when I activated the approach, I scrolled to the middle IAF and then entered D for direct to and entered to activate that leg. Once the autopilot began to turn on the final approach course, 270 degrees, I turned the CSI on the HSI to match the course, and pressed the NAV button on the autopilot. The autopilot began tracking the inbound course and soon began a descent. I also slowed the plane pulling the manifold pressure back to about 15 inches. I saw the glide slope indicator come alive and as we approached the FAF we began to descend about 500 feet per minute and intercepted the glide slope. I added ten degrees of flaps at the FAF and slowed just a little more. Construction is going on at 28J so Runway 27 is closed. Another plane called in approaching from the North, so I cut the approach off a little short and turned away to the South. But I did enough of the approach to see that the autopilot was smoothly tracking both the course and glideslope and could have safely flown the approach passed any minimums. William Mallory Kent, pilot. Plane - Cessna 182, N2494E

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              • Vickers Wellington UAV


                from Krzysztof Bosak / Added

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                Vickers Wellington as UAV Bi-motor airplane serving as test platform for FLEXIPILOT. Used for testing single-engine failures and tuning. Elevator, differential ailerons, no rudder. Endurance 50min with one battery. Cruise speed 50km/h. Shown loiters at low altitude since at typical cruise altitude of 200m it is almost impossible to track a flying object on the sky with zoomed camera. The plane is a custom construction, only one in existence in this scale and make (bought on a polish web auction, made by experienced RC modellers from Gdansk, Poland, refitted with autopilot by me). The weather was a little bit windy, pity it didn't looked as majestic as usually - a few nervous autopilot reactions were inevitable trying to hold constant circle patter over ground. Why all this? Because it can be done. Testing is the best thing.

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                • Raven RQ-11 Autopilot Tests


                  from Kenneth Crawford / Added

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                  Fine tuning the setting for my RQ-11 FPV RC plane. This view is what the pilot sees through the video goggles. Raven RVOSD G4

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                  • Auto Pilot


                    from Negative4 Productions / Added

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                    A vicarious experience you'll never forget. Skydiving, snowboarding, skiing, paragliding, cliff jumping and more!

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                    • GoSailing. Видео-обзор Simrad TP10


                      from Evgeniy Protopopov / Added

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                      Видео-обзор авторулевого Simrad TP-10: http://www.osa-30ft.dp.ua http://gosailing.com.ua

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