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The KIT-HGDRONEK66 kit provides the mechanical and other components needed to evaluate the RDDRONE-FMUK66 and adds BLDC motor control capabilities and a mechanical platform, which it can be mounted on. This developer kit may be used as part of, and contains the components needed for the HoverGames coding challenges. It should be noted that this is a professional developer kit, not a complete functional system and includes no software. The flight management unit (FMU) is supported by the business-friendly open source PX4.org flight stack. In addition, a separate suitable hobby-type LiPo battery and country-specific telemetry radio will be required. When assembled the frame has appropriate additional space in order to mount other components such as an adapter for Rapid IoT, NXP Freedom boards, or a companion computer such as i.MX 8M Mini to be used as a vision processor running Linux and ROS. The HoverGames drone and rover development platform is very flexible, fully open for development of robotics, control algorithms, security networking and communications protocols, and can include another add-on component, companion computer, software, or associated solutions. >>> go to product page
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The i.MX 8M Mini EVK provides a platform for comprehensive evaluation of the i.MX 8M Mini and i.MX 8M Mini Lite applications processors. It delivers high performance with power efficiency, multimedia interfaces, and Wi-Fi/BT for connectivity out-of-the box. The two-board solution consists of a compact 2”x2”compute module and a larger base board that brings out the broad connectivity that is needed for product evaluation. The compute module is a proven, compact reference to accelerate your own design. >>> go to product page
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RDDRONE-FMUK66 flight management unit (FMU) reference design is the foundation used to build industrial robotic drones, rovers, and other small autonomous vehicles. This reference design runs PX4, the standard for industrial-grade drones, and gives you freedom to develop your own robotic vehicle. Furthermore, the FMU is versatile and can run other open source or proprietary flight stacks. It is used to control and direct the navigation and real-time response to its environment. It is adaptable to many airframes and vehicle types, including ground and water-based robots. It performs sensor fusion, including GPS and other positioning inputs for autonomous navigation to mission way points. The open, extensible platform supports many additional sensors. >>> go to product page
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