I’m going to decide to use the Pixhawk 2.1 for an important project, the UAV is a multirotor that will be used for inspections in harsh conditions.
I wonder if the triple redundancy works as AscTec Trinity FC. They offer “Triple redundant IMU for maximum safety.
Three inertial measurement units ensure quick and reliable data fusion, data verification and – in case of trouble – real-time error compensation.”.
I’ve seen it fly and it’s actually very good.
Does the Pixhawk 2.1 behave like the Trinity, compensating in real time any condition change or sensors mismatch?