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A first in its class.

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TRANSITION FROM HOVER TO FORWARD FLIGHT.

Mini QBiT is a multi-mode tail-sitter UAV. What does that mean? Simply put, the vehicle can fly like a quadcopter and an airplane. This offers improvements in range, endurance, acrobatics, and more.

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Media/News:

- Joshua Bardwell review of the Mini QBiT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qti1KLy5JbE
- Joshua Bardwell on the Mini QBiT and its advantages compared to other VTOL platforms: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3oJ4pnAY4g&t=3478s

-Hackaday article by Danie Conradie:
https://hackaday.com/2021/08/02/vtol-tailsitter-flies-with-quadcopter-control-software/
-Hackaday podcast at ~22 min discussing the advantages of QBiT platform:
http://hackaday.com/2021/08/06/hackaday-podcast-130-upside-down-3d-printer-biplane-quadcopter-gutting-a-calculator-watch-and-github-copilot/#more-490458

Announcements:​

- Endurance wing out now! This is a single wing addition meant to be paired with the existing speed wing. 
- Post your build and ask questions on RCGroups! https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3922447-The-Mini-Quadrotor-Biplane-%28Mini-QBiT%29-A-first-in-its-class%21
- Are you a UMD student interested in working on the Mini QBiT or want to use Mini QBiT for your research? Feel free to contact me.