The PX4 Autopilot supports a wide array of hardware from many manufacturers; this post is the first in a series of reports, in hopes of creating a healthy ecosystem that fosters diversity, and also promotes the continuous support of the Dronecode Platform. We thank the manufacturers, service providers, and developers that work hard for continuing to offer a great out of the box experience of their products by using PX4.
The boards below are supported by the latest release of PX4 v1.7, and most of them are used by our Test Team to verify flight performance and also serve as another protection layer against regressions or unintended changes. Read more on the Test Team, how to request test flights and the hardware available https://dev.px4.io/en/test_and_ci/test_flights.html.
The following is a list of the currently supported flight controllers on PX4 as of March 2018.
Open hardware flight controllers that run PX4 on NuttX OS. With many form factors, there are versions targeted towards many use cases and market segments
- Pixhawk 2.1 “The Cube”
- Pixhawk Mini
- Pixhawk 3 Pro
- Pixhawk 4 (Coming Soon).
Autopilots for computationally intensive tasks
- Qualcomm Snapdragon Flight – High-end autopilot with an integrated onboard computer.
- Intel® Aero Ready to Fly Drone – UAV development platform with high-end autopilot and integrated onboard computer.
- The complete list of hardware https://docs.px4.io/en/flight_controller/
- Hardware reference design https://dev.px4.io/en/debug/reference-design.html
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