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Dear all, Our group does battery research, specifically fast charging batteries and accurate state estimation, i.e, state of charge, time remaining etc. Drones are an interesting application, along with other EVs and consumer electronics like cell phones etc. We need suggestions for a drone that: Allows a flexible sized battery pack - This is our most crucial requirement. Most drones have a small, fixed sized battery pack that it works with. We want to have a drone that allows custom, multiple sized, shaped packs. Ex: DJI Matrice 100 . As per my understanding, the battery pack is velcroed in place, allowing for flexibility in battery pack sizing and shape. However, this drone is super costly, huge and a sword when we need a needle. Another worthy alternative we considered is: the Intel Aero Ready to fly drone, however, the battery pack size is very small (50x36x150). Looks like Qualcomm drone developer kit has a similar problem and parts are out of stock for a long time. We might need something like 150x150bx400mm to house our packs. Cheap (<= $2000) Light (<= 10 pounds) Easy to assemble/disassemble (so that we can showcase it in expos, conferences etc.) Any suggestion or guidance would be appreciated. Thanks
Hi I work for PCM IT-Solutions I would love to get connected with organizations that are in need of IT-purchasing and help with any resources for their IT-infrastructure. We are a publicly traded company who does end to end solutions. Let me know if you want to start a conversation about your IT environment, we have vendor agnostics and IT engineers who can hop on calls for free and be consultants
I currently work in the environmental department of a civil and structural engineering firm in Baltimore, Maryland and have largely taken it upon myself to try and convince management staff that UAS technology could be beneficial within our industry. They’ve yet to fully turn the corner in terms of their support of my interest, so I’ve been on my own with regards to expenses related to your course, the exam, equipment, etc. Based on what I’ve read in the advertisement for the Mapping and 3D Modeling 101 course, it seems the mapping and modeling techniques provided could potentially be useful in our field and might further supplement my pitch for the use of UAS technology. However, I’m trying to get a sense of what costs would be associated with the necessary hardware and software required to perform the techniques provided in the course. If there’s a huge cost for the hardware or software to, say, create contour files from UAS-gathered data, then I might not be ready since this whole endeavor is essentially being paid for out of my own pocket. Basically, I’m curious what additional costs are associated with that Mapping and 3D Modeling 101 course in order to do everything taught in the course.