Intel® Aero Ready to Fly Drone

For commercial drone developers and university researchers and students, this fully-assembled quadcopter is geared to get applications airborne quickly. The kit comes with Intel® RealSense™ technology, Dronecode* PX4* software, AirMap SDK* support for airspace services, and a pre-programmed controller.

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Features and Benefits

The integrated Intel® RealSense™ R200 camera with stereo vision 3D imaging and depth sensing offers developers a tool for developing advanced algorithms for collision avoidance, localization, and more.

Avoid the hassles of building a drone from scratch. This drone is fully assembled, flight tested and ready to fly.

Built around the Intel® Aero Compute Board running a quad-core Intel Atom® processor, the platform offers powerful on-board processing capabilities for demanding in-flight applications.

Reconfigurable IO, implemented via on-board Intel® MAX® 10 FPGA, provides design flexibility. Connectivity with Wi-Fi and option for LTE modem via M.2 interface.

Running embedded Linux, developers can customize with confidence. The platform supports ROS, MAVROS, MAVlink, and OpenCV libraries for broader development support. PX4* autopilot flight stack is pre-programmed in the included flight controller.

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