NAVIO Autopilot for Raspberry Pi is on Indiegogo!

Emlid team proudly announces the start of pre-order campaign for Navio - autopilot shield for Raspberry Pi. That means that you can get a Navio for yourself at a very attractive price. Please visit Navio page at Indiegogo and watch our video. If you would like to support our project, please help us spread information about Navio.

Navio features:

  • MPU9250 - 9DOF IMU
  • MS5611  - Baro
  • U-blox NEO7-M / NEO6-T - GPS 
  • PCA9685 - 13xPWM 
  • ADS1115  - 4xADC
  • PPM/S.Bus input
  • DF13 SPI, UART, I2C
  • RGB led 

Best regards,

Emlid team

Indiegogo Navio

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  • How are you dealing with latency on Linux? Are you going to use Xenomai?

  • For RTKLib mode what are requirements for the base station and link? Other words who is responsible for position calculation - Raspberry Pi or a base station? What receiver are you using for base station?

    Thank you!

  • Sounds great :)!

  • Hey Victor, thank you for backing us! We are looking forward towards working together on the next generation of autopilots!

  • You guys can probably push the MPU9250 driver (which is already coded and available at the AP_Linux_HAL). For the rest, looking good :). Backed as well. Keep it up guys!

    APM Plane, APM Copter, APM Rover source. Contribute to BeaglePilot/ardupilot development by creating an account on GitHub.
  • I'm guessing you guys are planning to use the ardupilot Linux HAL you should join our efforts at BeaglePilot. We are happy to have more hardware testers inside.

    BeaglePilot has 22 repositories available. Follow their code on GitHub.
  • Chris, thank you!

  • 3D Robotics

    Looking good! Backed...

  • Stefhan, RTK algorithm is open-source RTKLib. We will provide all the drivers and configurations for it. It has already been tested on Navio

  • Navio Raw "could be used to RTK", a huge quality of Navio was the hability of RTK, but seems we need to do the RTK algorithm, right?or you plan to distribute the algorithm?

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