FPV Race Timing and Event Management
A multi-node radio frequency race timing system for FPV drone racing, with event management. Uses 5.8GHz video signals broadcast by drones to trigger lap times. Each node listens on a specified frequency and communicates times to a central server (raspberry pi). The server manages a front-end interface, which any device on the same network can connect to via web browser.
RotorHazard builds on the Delta5 Race Timer, and supports up to 8 nodes.
- Timing and event management on the same hardware
- Modern, mobile-friendly, and highly responsive user interface
- Manage pilots, heats, race classes, race formats, and tuning profiles
- LED and audio support to indicate race staging, starts, and other events
- Real-time statistics and race history
- Fine control of filtering and calibration allows indoor and outdoor use, even in difficult multipathing environments
- Supports all frequencies in the 5.8GHz band
Hardware and Software Setup
For initial setup and running races, follow these instructions: doc/User Guide.md
Migrating from/to Delta5
RotorHazard uses the same hardware, but different code for the nodes. Re-flash your Arduinos as in the setup instructions whenever you switch between the two projects.
- Michael Niggel
- Eric Thomas
- Klaus Michael Schneider
- Scott Chin and other Delta5 Contributors
- Dutch: Kenny Van Der Sypt
- German: Klaus Michael Schneider
- Spanish: Ramon Hernandez Roldan
Discuss RotorHazard on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rotorhazard
To report bugs or request features, please post a GitHub issue here.
Community contributions are welcome and encouraged; see the Development.md doc for more info.