New Open Source Framework for Quadcopter Research

New Open Source Framework for Quadcopter Research

Dr. Davide Scaramuzza released the code his team has been working with for the last five years when doing their quadcopter research and demonstrations. Their controller uses betaflight. They also published the information on their hardware platform and the theory and documentation. Excellent news for quadcopter researchers!

We will be happy to help you if you are interested in working with their platform and the Otus Tracker. If you want to skip the assembly and setup step to start coding right away, we will also release our complete quadcopter research platform based on the Pixhawk, the PX4 and the Otus Tracker soon (some units shipped already).

Images and video © 2017 Robotics and Perception Group, University of Zurich, Switzerland. We are not affiliated with this research group.

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