Just in time for flying this weekend, I'm making new phone app builds available for iOS (150) and Android (149). Note that to correctly install this build, you will need to delete the previous version of the app and its data. So screen capture flight summary data if there is a flight you want to save. Going forward, deleting the data will rarely if ever be necessary for future app updates. The main new feature is fixing bugs that often prevented user-modified output deployment settings from being retained. Those have been fixed based on my recent testing. The deployment settings that the Blue Raven used in each flight are saved along with the flight data, and you can save those settings to a file, or review them in the configuration screens. The deployment settings file is a formatted text file that imports directly into Excel. You can modify it if you want and import it back into the Blue Raven program. This will be a great help for reviewing, sharing, and troubleshooting configurations.
A new feature is the accel calibration interface. A nicer graphical interface with diagrams is in work, but for now the interface is functional, and you can re-calibrate your accelerometers by aligning the Blue Raven with each of the 6 axes pointed up, and pressing a button to record each axis. Any axis can be re-recorded if you want to get it a little straighter, but as it is, the record axis button is only enabled when the readings show it's pretty straight.
Next up on the feature development list is downloading the low-rate and high-rate data. The data files it will produce are several MBytes to 10s of MBytes in size, and they have to be transferred in Bluetooth packets of 248 bytes or less, so getting this right and getting reasonable throughput makes this among the more challenging of the planned features. For now I'm focused on getting ready for more test flights of the current build on Sunday and I'll dig back into the firmware development next week.