I tried to list the most interesting autopilot systems.
|Paparazzi||/||A DIY project|
|MP2028^g^||MicroPilot||28gr incl. GPS!|
|Phoenix||o-navi||Not including software?|
|TGE||C. C. & design|
|Piccolo||Cloud Cap Tech|
This list is far from complete. Please contact me if you know other autopilot systems.
MicroPilot is a company solely focused on miniature autopilot systems. They also offer various add-on modules.
- Homepage: http://www.micropilot.com
The o-navi company is specialized in navigation modules using MEMS sensors. Their top product is an integration of their IMU module in a full flight controller engine: the Phoenix
- Website: http://www.o-navi.com
Tiny Guidance Engine (TGE)
Continental Controls & Design is a small company with one product: a small autopilot system. This includes the IMU-module with microcontrollor and ground control software. Their main client is the US army.
- Website: http://www.continentalctrls.com
Cloud Cap Technology is a company with UAV-autopilot related modules as only interest. Their autopilot look very professional but big and heavy, compared to their IMU-modules.
- Homepage: http://www.cloudcaptech.com
This project aims to develop an autopilot under the GNU public license. While not that advanced (eg. stabilization is done using 4 thermophile sensors), it has proven to be very succesfull.
- Homepage: http://www.nongnu.org/paparazzi/
The roots of the rotomotion company lie in the autopilot project on sourceforge. Now, they sell a more advanced version of this project. As a plus, they also offer fully equiped UAV helicopters.
- Homepage: http://www.rotomotion.com
This company offers a very lightweight autopilot solution as a composition of various modules. It looks oriënted at the advanced RC-hobbyist.
- Homepage: http://www.u-nav.com