Project: Traveler is a high altitude balloon research project of Custom Digital Services, LLC. Based in Hutchinson, KS, Project: Traveler has been flying and chasing balloons all over the midwest since 2001.
From the beginning, education has driving factor behind the Project: Traveler group, working with elementary schools and hosting the Great Plains Super Launch and symposium in 2004, 2006, 2010, and 2014. With our extensive set of hardware, software, and tracking equipment, coupled with over ten years of experience, Custom Digital Services and Project: Traveler can help bring space into your classroom.
Flight #41 - 2021b
Project: Traveler will be doing a follow-up flight tests from the Hutchinson Regional Airport on May 16th to further test some experiements designed for the 2021a flight. ...Read More
Flight #40 - 2021a
Project: Traveler will be conducting a demonstration flight from the Hutchinson Regional Airport on May 9th, as part of the airport's Open House/Fly-In. ...Read More
Flight #39 - 2020a
The 2020a flight will be tagging along with Mark Conner with NSTAR. Project: Traveler will be attaching a small payload to the bottom of Mark's flight string, and therefore no flight dynamics will be ...Read More
Flight #38 - 2019d
The Great Plains Super Launch is being held in Pella, IA this year. The 2019d flight will be a joint venture between Project: Traveler, NearSys from Idaho, and the WB8ELK Group from Alabama.&nbs...Read More
Introducing ptFlex Flight Controller
The ptFlex flight controller is the second generation of ATmega-based flight controller from Project: Traveler. Like the first-generation ArduinoTrack, the ptFlex is a stand-alone APRS beaconing...Read More
New Features for the Log Konverter
Log Konverter, a tool long used for creating KML map files from APRS data files, has now been updated to support arbitrary datasets from telemetry data. Telemetry contained in the comments porti...Read More