Coordinate systems for Mambo


#1

What coordinate system does a Mambo FPV drone use? Right-handed or a left-handed coordinate system?


#2

Hi,

  • roll (i8): Roll angle as signed percentage.
    Roll angle expressed as signed percentage of the max pitch/roll setting, in range [-100, 100]
    -100 corresponds to a roll angle of max pitch/roll to the left (drone will fly left)
    100 corresponds to a roll angle of max pitch/roll to the right (drone will fly right)
    This value may be clamped if necessary, in order to respect the maximum supported physical tilt of the copter.

  • pitch (i8): Pitch angle as signed percentage.
    Expressed as signed percentage of the max pitch/roll setting, in range [-100, 100]
    -100 corresponds to a pitch angle of max pitch/roll towards sky (drone will fly backward)
    100 corresponds to a pitch angle of max pitch/roll towards ground (drone will fly forward)
    This value may be clamped if necessary, in order to respect the maximum supported physical tilt of the copter.

  • yaw (i8): Yaw rotation speed as signed percentage.
    Expressed as signed percentage of the max yaw rotation speed setting, in range [-100, 100].
    -100 corresponds to a counter-clockwise rotation of max yaw rotation speed
    100 corresponds to a clockwise rotation of max yaw rotation speed
    This value may be clamped if necessary, in order to respect the maximum supported physical tilt of the copter.

  • gaz (i8): Throttle as signed percentage.
    Expressed as signed percentage of the max vertical speed setting, in range [-100, 100]
    -100 corresponds to a max vertical speed towards ground
    100 corresponds to a max vertical speed towards sky
    This value may be clamped if necessary, in order to respect the maximum supported physical tilt of the copter.
    During the landing phase, putting some positive gaz will cancel the land.