Before we get into the parts and specific placement thereof, let's take a quick look at the sketch for this drone:
I know but what can I say? I like to sketch out my ideas over a bottle of wine.
The peripherals we're using are the same as all our other drones, with the addition of a pitot tube. We talked about pitot tubes before, but as a quick refresher, a pitot tube is simply a device that measures the air-speed of your aircraft. Think about it—speed is relative. Believe it or not, even when you're standing still, you're traveling at 113,000 mph. Yes, that's right... why? Because the Earth rotates at 1,000 mph + the Earth around the sun is 67,000 mph, plus the solar system's speed through the universe is 45,000 mph. But on Earth, your speed is 0 mph because your speed is measured relative to the ground (Earth).
So when flying, you have two speeds—your ground speed (your speed relative to the Earth), and your air speed (your speed through the air). Think about it. If you're traveling...