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il te présentera également tous les métiers du drone (reflet du monde propose d’ailleurs un module de formation par spécialisation métier comme la thermographie, photogrammétrie, inspection, imagerie infrarouge, audiovisuel, agriculture de précision,. post production, montage vidéo…)
puis patrice te présentera l’aspect sécurité et prévention des risques liés à l’utilisation d’un drone
ces deux jours de la formation pilote drone sont dédiés à la pratique du pilotage et c’est franchement top ! À. ce moment-là je me suis rendu compte que je ne savais absolument pas piloter manuellement (c’est à paris drone
dire sans gps) et que les drones civils d’aujourd’hui comme le drone dji phantom, dji mavic pro ou même le drone parrot bebop 2 sont ultra sophistiqués et confortables à piloter
tu piloteras différents modèles de drones dans ta semaine de formation avec et sans capteurs ou aide au pilotage, de toutes les tailles et avec un nombre d’hélices différent ce. qui te permettra d’avoir des ressentis et sensations variés d’un drone à un autre
tu apprendras les manoeuvres de bases comme le décollage et l’atterrissage mais également les manoeuvres de sécurité et les premières manoeuvres

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a great place to start when looking for a 5″ quad
number of blades – whilst we started using two blades we soon learnt that adding more blades provided us with more grip and control preventing against drifting in corners
props come from two blades up to six blades with triblades being the most common option
increasing the number of blades will increase current draw, add weight to the prop and reduce the maximum achievable top speed
current draw – the higher the pitch of the prop the faster you can go but at the same time your motors will draw more current pushing your electronics harder and draining you battery faster! adding more blades is also a sure fire way to shoot up the amps drawn
if you want to use a high pitched prop (45+) i would suggest getting some larger motors with more torque and some higher rated escs
(you can use miniquad test bench or manufacturers specification to check these!)
weight – often ignored the weight of your
stiffness – this is information you are only really going to find from testing props or reading some reviews
some props particularly the thin ones can bend when spinning reducing their effectiveness
ones that bend however may survive a crash better than stiffer props that could simply snap on impact
finding the right prop for you can be tricky
special profiles – typically a prop has a curved airfoil surface designed to efficiently cut through the air and provide as much lift as possible
some props are shaped slightly differently to modify their performance
examples of this include:
hopefully that gives you an idea of what to look for
this video by rotor riot shows some of the differences between the props and why pilots chad nowak and mr steele fly what they fly
i’ll tell you what almost every other website or drone forum will tell you in terms of remotes…
if you can afford it get an frsky taranis! for the money you pay the taranis really is an exceptional remote that can really do anything you can think of
taranis wise your options would be either the qx7 or x9d and their deluxe plus or special addition variants
other options would be the cheaper flysky i6, spectrum models or if you are a hardcore gamer the turnigy evolution is more of a game controller style
transmitters can be a lengthy subject in themselves so i’ll just try to list a few features you should consider looking for in a remote and reciever:
gimbals and grip – you probably don’t know how you’ll hold your radio yet and will want to try a few things out but basically some people prefer to use their thumbs to hold the sticks like a playstation or xbox controller whereas others prefer to pinch the sticks between their thumb and index finger
it doesn’t matter which you use however some radios more naturally lend themselves to one of the other
another point is the general quality of the gimbals in the remote, high quality hall sensor gimbals will feel a lot smother than cheaper versions
batteries – some remotes include rechargeable batteries whereas others rely on aa batteries
i would really recommend getting a system that can be charged as they will work out cheaper and last much longer
i had to modify my taranis qx7 to be able to run some 18650 batteries like this:
communications protocol – all radios talk to their corresponding receivers in their own language with some communicating your stick inputs faster than others
what this means is you will experience quicker response times and have more control over the drone
you want to look for remotes/receivers that support either sbus (frsky) , ibus (flysky), dsm2 and dsmx (specktrum)
telemetry – the drone can actually send key information back to the remote allowing you to know when to land and all sorts
in order to do this both the telemetry feature needs to be on both the transmitter on receiver
many remotes with this feature are able to talk to you and can read out customisable warnings to tell you when to land or when your signal is getting weak!
receiver options – when choosing your remote it’s worth looking at what receivers are available for it
for example some are way to big for use in min quads however some are too small and lack a decent range
look for a system that supports your needs a price point
if you do decide to go for a ready to fly drone with a receiver make sure that it is compatible with your remote! you will typically get a selection between frsky, flysky and spectrum
customisation – most remotes allow you to configure your basic channels and even set up audio alerts however some can offer so much more! i’m talking here about open tx which is the firmware running on the taranis’s and some other radios
this firmware is highly customisable and allows to do literally anything you can think of
of course for some this may not be necessary but features such as fine turning my flight controller settings and changing my video channel through the remote are incredibly handy!
note that in order to use some of these features the transmitter and receiver must support them
just like transmitters goggles are a huge topic, so we covered them indepth in our fpv goggles guide!

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