🔥Revamp of Parrot Bebop 1 Router Mod™ to Lander (28/Jul/2016)

This’s an episode for a new Mod concept. I’ve dug out my decommissioned Bebop Router Mod from my basement and revamped it into a new kind of router mod called Lander. Due to the drone is really old that having ~2,269 flights in just 13 month back in Dec 2015. It has reached its end of life for sure. And its mod’s objective had been “ultra long range low fly”. In order to push this concept to go further. The Lander is born. The primary concept of this mod is to enable the drone to carry very limited battery capacity as it is, and staying on kilometre away to execute spy operation for up to an hour of mission flight time. Because as long as the drone has landed. It consumes only 1/8 of its full power during an airborne. So that it can last very long time on a remote location.

22 Replies to “🔥Revamp of Parrot Bebop 1 Router Mod™ to Lander (28/Jul/2016)”


    how was you able to turn the camera side to side after you landed. none of my parrots do that cause they have digital stablization and not a actual gimbal??

  2. Matthew Hodges

    Hey man like you work was wondering if I shipped my Bebop 1 to you would you do this mod for payment if so let me know and depending on the amount we might can make arrangements I'm leaving us so I know I'd have to ship everything to you and pay for shipping to you and back but I am very interested in having you do this if you are willing thanks bye

  3. wogfun

    don't bother asking this guy any serious questions for advice. this series of videos is purely for bragging rights. he leaves out all the pertinent information that any crowd collaboration project would include, starting with github. is his finished result impressive? yeah sure. but if you're here to actually learn anything you're in the wrong place. the one piece of advice solaris offers is true though, the bebop line is a terrible platform to do any sort of mod. if that's your thing try a 3dr solo, lots of open source projects and helpful people in the community. if you're a little more brave, hit up the rc drone sites and build one from scratch.

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