Raspberry Pi communicating with QGroundControl via MAVLink @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
Watch a Rasp Pi Model A communicate with QGroundControl with the help of python based code!
A small preliminary showcase of a simple python-based code to allow a Raspberry Pi (here model A) to communicate with QGroundControl, a well-know Open Source UAV ground control software.
A preliminary testbed to showcase the ability of RPi to be used as an autopilot
September 2014, Lannion, France.
Disclaimers: i) I did not have the opportunity to screencast some parts of the video (especially those related to QGroundControl). Sorry for the sometimes blurry capture. ii) the so-called RPi autopilot is in a very extremely early state. I’ll think about publicly releasing a version when it has attained a minimal level of reliability/maturity. In the meantime, I intend to set up dedicated web pages that properly detail how to reach this result. More on the subject in a few weeks. Thanks for your understanding.
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