Octanis Rover/Balloon Systems

I2C

MSP432

Mainboard

MSP430

EPS

Olimex A20

SBC

IMU

Weather Strip

LoRa

TX/RX

Iridium

TX/RX

UART1

UART2

Slave

Master

Motor Bridge

Slave

Slave

Cam1

Cam2

USB1

USB0

Saft LiCoO2

Sunpower Monocrystalline

MAVLink

Controller

Peripheral

Payload

Manual GPIO

Ultrasound

var.

CLI/Debug

UART0

USB or Bluetooth LE

GPS

UART3

Flash

SPI

Motor Sense

Manual GPIO

QGroundControl

GCS

MAVLink

LIDAR XV11

UART

Octanis Rover/Balloon Field Basestation

LoRa Gateway

MSP430

EPS

Saft LiCoO2

Sunpower Monocrystalline

Controller

Peripheral

IMST iC880
A

SPI

Whip Antenna

Raspberry Pi

5V, 2A, DC

NEO M8P Base

(dGPS)

UART

«Let's send a balloon to "near-space"!»

2011

«Could a balloon carry a rover?»

2014

Rover Conception (Rev1)

2014

First Rover Feasability Study in Umeå, Sweden (Rev2)

2014

Visiting Morteratsch Glacier with Rev3 Rover

2015

Release Candidate Rover (Rev4)

2016

to be revealed in April 2016

Octanis 1 History

A simple idea, a «What if?» turned into a journey full of mistakes, lessons learned, successes and sacrifices. All it takes is a group of motivated people and a lot of perseverance.

Do you want to accomplish something? We hope we can inspire you to do so! Why not start your next project with Octanis?

Proudly made in Renens at:

octanis.org/start

Antarctica Mission cancelled for 2016.

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