Parrot Anafi USA IMU failsafes


I am currently working on a project that uses a Parrot Anafi USA drone and I had a question about taking off and landing on a moving platform that sits on a vehicle. What IMU failsafes are implemented to prevent a takeoff when moving through rough terrain? Are there any failsafes built in that will prevent a takeoff if the accelerometer and gyro is showing unsatisfactory takeoff conditions like vertical/horizontal velocity errors, high accelerometer biases, etc. If such a failsafe exists what are the limitations? How hard of a terrain can the vehicle travel on to allow for a takeoff. Are there scenarios where if the road is too bumpy it will cause large IMU errors and the autopilot will prevent a takeoff? Can you provide me with exact numbers on the maximum errors the autopilot will accept for takeoff?



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