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I'm happy to present the HIL revision of code for Multipilot32

During this holidays i finish the port of HIL functionality on Multipilot32 .

On the picture you can see my hil configuration :


FOX 5 Frame.

Serial interconnection with my PC

On the Pc there is Mission planner rev 1.1.18 and AerosimRC or Xplane.

This is the first video tutorial of first flight this revision is in Italian , but is simple to understand what i'm doing .. i hope to have some times for recording an Eng. revision , or if a member of our community would doing his video is welcome :)

I use Camtasia to video screen capture . It work fine and not change performance of simulator.

The code is available on repo this is the direct link :

This revision of code is the ACopter 2.1.1r7 derived from 8 bit revision Arducopter 2.1.1r7

Enjoy with your MP32 and Happy New Year :)



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Comment by Oyvind Amundsen on January 11, 2012 at 3:55pm


Ordered the AeroSim RC simulator today, so I can use the rest of the winter to build my new quad + learn flying/testing in the simulator.
Does the MP32F4 V3 support HIL?

Comment by Roberto Navoni on January 9, 2012 at 10:46pm

Hi Darren,

no you don't need but is important to identify where is the serial port on MP32F1 and where is the pin for start the program ... you need a PPM radio reciver Then you can fly :)



Comment by Darren Corley on January 9, 2012 at 4:52pm

Does this need the Oilpan to work? or can I use just the mp32f1 for HIL?

Also do you have a .bin for the arducopter-hil firmware?

I can upload with the flash loader, but havent been able to with IDE

Comment by Roberto Navoni on January 9, 2012 at 1:03am


I hope that you can enjoy with us HIL Silmulator , so is possible check all the functionality available on MP32 learn and debug it.

Jan I hope that is also usefull for test of your stabilization algorithm :)



Comment by Jan Vervoorst on January 8, 2012 at 4:17pm

Very nice!

Comment by Thomas Bredehorn on January 8, 2012 at 2:51am

Hi Roberto,

Impressive which bandwith of work you are doing




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