Pixhawk 2.1 with RPI computer Module 3- DRONEE PILOT

Hi  Pixhawk Lovers)

After Intel cancelling edisons. Dronee Pilot might be interesting for you.

 

All-in-One ,Microhard telemetry module, Raspberry Pi Computer Module 3, Ublox GPS and Airspeed Sensor in one  super small package .  And all is only 45 Gram.

 

RPI CM3 module has fantastic power and super small size .  It has also onboard 4GB eMMC storage. Also to make development easier Dronee Pilot has RPI - UART, I2C, USB  GPIO pins and CSI Cam slot.

General Hardware Specifications:

  • Integrated GNSS receiver UBlox NEO M8N

  • Integrated Microhard telemetry module (configurable 100mW-1W)

  • Raspberry Pi Computer module 3 with 1.2GHZ  processor ,1Gbyte RAM, and 4Gbytes eMMC flash

  • microSD card slot

  • RPI GPIO: UART,I2C,USB and CSI Cam port

  • FMU connector:  4 x Main PWM, 4x Aux PWM, CAN , UART , Power port

  • FMU debug /IO Debug port

  • Compact board size of 90 x 43 mm

  • Airspeed Senosor

  • Weight 45 gram

More information about Dronee Pilot and other products can be found on the website: https://pilot.dron.ee/

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Comment by haroon helman on July 12, 2017 at 1:21am

i think there is better choices than rpi 
http://www.hardkernel.com/main/products/prdt_info.php?g_code=G14345...

why not putting something really powerful when you can do 
and weight is not really big deal in comparison of the hardware specs
also if you can make HD FPV link it is going to be really good 
and COFDM is the best modulation i think 

Comment by Tomi Pirieyv on July 13, 2017 at 1:06am

Hi Daniel Agar after you and many other people's requests we have changed airspeed sensor to MS5525, and 8 channel main PWM output we added on board)

Comment by Marc Dornan on July 13, 2017 at 4:36am
@Tomi -- that link to the Greek guy who did the Pi OSD seems to be an abandoned project that is not Open Source. Are you using this currently?
Comment by Tomi Pirieyv on July 13, 2017 at 7:53am

Hi Marc Dornan ,  we are currently working on HD video transmitting via low cost Wi-Fi. We will put Telemetry data over the video , it is much easiear working with digital transmition. I will post about it in upcoming month

Comment by Aytek Canak on July 16, 2017 at 8:30am

Hi Marc,

I am duty travel. So don't have a good connection. I will post more details when I am back. Basically;

It is based on OpenGL layer running on a different layer than video source (layer 999 ex. So it is highly dependent on BCM chipset features) any video source (v4l, pivideo ) which use layer 0 should work with my setup. 

PS: it is optimized for analog video out. (720x480)

Cheers

Aytek

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