Welcome to INAV!
INAV is a firmware to control multicopter and fixed-wing UAVs.
Works on wide range of flight control boards
Flies way-point missions even on a CC3D board
Supports fixed-wing UAVs and multirotors in one firmware
Doesn't require GPS - works perfectly on racing drones
INAV 1.6 Released
I’m happy to announce that
INAV 1.6 has been release right on schedule.
Most notable changes in this version:
Preset for different kinds of aircraft
Reworked failsafe system
Non-volatile waypoint mission storage (finally)
New PIFF stabilisation controller for airplanes
Many more usability and safety features
Our good friend Painless360 has made a cool video about INAV 1.6 - please have a look:
If you like INAV and feel like supporting it - please consider
supporting the pledge on Patreon or making an one-time donation on PayPal. You support regardless of it’s form will help making INAV better, safer and easier to use! If you are not in position to make a donation - just keep using INAV, reporting bugs and help make INAV more polular!
INAV 1.6 PIFF Controller
While INAV 1.6 is just a few weeks away I’d like to highlight a brand new stabilisation controller for fixed-wing aircrafts - the PIFF.
So why invent a yet another controller if we already have a PID (although it’s recommended to zero-out D-gain turning it into a PI-controller)?
Let’s talk about it.
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INAV 1.5 Released
While the year of 2016 is coming to an end so is another cycle in INAV development and we are happy to present you the result -
Featuring a lot more safety features the new firmware will protect you from flying with disconnected or uncalibrated sensors and in many other cases where it’s unsafe to leave the ground.
INAV 1.5-RC1 released
I’m happy to announce release of first Release Candidate or INAV 1.5.
Download binaries at
Please also update your INAV Configurator and carefully read release notes - many things changed (as usual).
Thanks for using INAV! Happy flying!
STM32 VirtualComPort driver for Windows
Virtual Com Port, VCP to method of choice for almost all recent flight controllers to connect to PCs. No more onboard USB-to-UART converters like CP2102. SMT32 can work as USB device too after all… But for this, Windows users will require dedicated driver.
I have no idea why STMicroelectronics made it so hard do download and use STM32 VCP driver for Windows so hard. You have to register, confirm and then you can download, install package and look for the driver on HDD… Why, oh why…
So, to fix this issue, here it is: STM VCP driver for Windows as a zip,
ready for download. Just unzip.
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