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Hassan Umari
· January 18, 2017
In my university they contracted with Quancer to assemble the Optitrack motion capture system (6 cameras), along with a quadrotor (Qball) and a kobuki base robot (Qbot2).

First the price: the price ...was way too high than reasonable. the price was 68000 USD which I think is unreasonable, considering that the optitrack (with 6 cameras) is 5900 USD only!!
quadrotor payload is too low you can't add extra sensors to it.
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