Bratislava, Slovakia -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/28/2018 -- LMAvionics is an Austrian tech-company that has successfully developed a remarkable precise flight control mechanism for flying drones called LMAutopilot. This new technology will enable drone enthusiasts to autopilot drones with ease and without the assistance of satellite navigation. The company has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds and support for this system and it is welcoming everyone for generous support.
"We have successfully developed very precise flight control system for drones which doesn't need satellite navigation." Said Marek Rolko, while announcing LMAutopilot to the Kickstarter community. Marek is an architect, R&D developer, computer scientist, AI expert and also an avionics expert from Vienna, Austria.
In addition, this remarkable flight control system/autopilot for drones is also equipped with precise internal inertia sensors, while its software contains special mathematical operations to eliminate vibration and imprecision of sensors. Moreover, these sensors and software help to calculate position, velocity and vector of movement in 3D space. Testing has also shown high accuracy of this technologically advanced solution and the company aims to raise a sum of EUR 50,000 via Kickstarter's fundraising campaign.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/746614845/precise-flight-control-system-autopilot-for-drones and supporters from around the world can back this project by making generous pledges and donations. The crowdfunding campaign is already getting a phenomenal response and anyone around the world can get this LMAutopilot solution with worldwide shipping for making a pledge of only EUR 250. More details about this solution are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
LMAutopilot is a proud creation of LMAvionics, an Austrian tech-company created by Marek Rolko. This remarkable new creation will enable drone owners to autopilot their drones with precision and accuracy and the company is raising funds and support via Kickstarter to make this solution easily available around the world.
Contact Person: Marek Rolko