Tracksoar News

Our First 360 Video Flight

We've been planning to do a flight with our Kodak PixPro SP360 camera for over a year now and we've finally done it. We launched from our usual spot just outside Maricopa CA around 9 am in ~100 degree (F) weather. We generally don't fly cameras but this was a joint...

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Tracksoar, Now With Shorter Lead Times

We're happy to announce that we have dropped our average lead time from about a month to under a week. We were able to do this after the flurry of orders at the beginning of the year that allowed us to purchase a stock of Tracksoars. Previously we were building boards...

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Tracksoar Updates 2/30/2017

Its the beginning of weather balloon season and we were lucky enough to supply a Tracksoar to a group at UCLA on a recent weather balloon flight. You can read more about the flight and the data gathered here: https://w6yra.wordpress.com/pattern/balloon-proton/

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New Tracksoar Version Release

After much work designing and testing a new revision of the Tracksoar has been released. Version 1.2's biggest change is moving from two separate sensors to measure temperature, pressure, and humidity to a single single sensor. In addition some minor changes have been...

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Tracksoar Instructions

While we continue to grind away on putting together a complete set of instructions and instructional video here are the basics:   Whats in the package:  1. Tracksoar Main Board (shown here without the Radiometrix Tranmsitter module). Note the version number just...

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Tracksoar v1 is Shipping!

Production Tracksoars Assembled and Tested After over a year of development and testing the Tracksoar v1 is finally shipping. We have fulfilled our first 20 orders and so far have received positive feedback from everyone. We couldn't be happier with the quality of the...

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Production Boards Have Arrived

  The first round of Tracksoar production boards have arrived! We are very excited with the quality of the boards and initially everything looks good. Tonight we will begin testing the boards and programming them with the default firmware to verify we are in good...

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