I've been using my RasperryPi's more and more with Dronecode software, including with the fantastic Navio2 autopilot shield and the slightly more basic Erle 2. I've also got Erle's new PXFmini shields for the Raspberry Pi Zero, but unfortunately no Zeros :-( Since the release of the new version with a camera port (which I need) they're out of stock everywhere. Fingers crossed they become available soon. In the meantime, enjoy Erle's post on Hackaday showing how to get a PXFmini flying:
- Drone made with the PXFmini autopilot shield for the Raspberry Pi (available from here).
- Open schematics
- APM/ardupilot flight stack compiled for the Pi Zero (sources, instructions)
- Linux drone using a Debian file system made by Erle Robotics specially for the Pi Zero (available here). Includes a catkin workspace with the Robot Operating System (ROS) Indigo.
- Docs about the PXFmini