First double stars astrometry data was collected starting from 2010 using Nexstar telescope and the Imaging Source camera. Unfortunately using this setup the measuring process was quite time consuming , so only a small number of neglacted objects was measured and reported in two articles published in Jurnal of Double Star Observations. The articles can be seen here:
I plan to use a different approach using the current semiautomatic setup and start a new series of measurement. Having now a much bigger field the images can be reduced directly with Astrometrica software one measurement could be made from a single image without extra calibration frames reducing very much the observing time for each object. Also field rotation correction will not be necessary. The drawback is that I will be able to target only medium and big separation objects ( over 5-6 arcsec separation ) Still another advantage of this new approach will be that I could target lower magnitude doubles (probably down to 16 mag or more) than with the other setup. These measurements has started at the beginning of 2016.
Also a data mining based neglected double star measurements is in progress working with images from Paranal Observatory