”To me, the end of the year is always a good time to reflect. On events, achievements, mistakes, and everything else that happened during the year.” A holiday letter from Robert Crone, CEO.
Drones enable us to perform unprecedented feats: see the world from a bird’s perspective, reach remote places thought to be inaccessible, deliver packages or race at incredible speeds. No doubt, drones are awesome pieces of flying hardware, but as all human-made systems, they are prone to failures. At Fusion Engineering, we believe that unprecedented feats require unprecedented levels of safety. Therefore, we put great effort into creating a bulletproof flight control system by employing, among other things, redundant subsystems and Active Fault Tolerant Control (AFTC) methodologies.
I entered the world of drones at the end of 2019 and have been learning about flight control in-depth ever since. In this blog, I am going to take talk about flight controllers in a way everyone understands. This because drones can get technical real fast, but are not that complex if you look further into it.