During the Maker Faire Rome 2016 I’ve received in evaluation an electronic of motor control and high level control for a drone from Infineon.

The multicopter Larix 5 have:

Components Offer
Flight controller source code
  • Open source IMU using standard interfaces/connectors to work with any commercial Engine Speed Control (ESC) and Radio Control (RC)
  • Software is used for academic education in several universities and hosted from MCI Innsbruck
Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU)
  • Breakout-board for IMU Invensense MPU9050
  • 9-axis and 6-axis mode
  • High resolution pressure sensor for altitude stabilization
  • Interface for GPS breakout board
  • Infineon offers large product portfolio for GPS LNA
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
  • BLE interface possible (breakout board)
  • BLE based Android App for control of the multicopter

A slideshow of Larix 5

Now I’ve ordered the motors, propellers and battery for the robot

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Stay tuned for new update about this drone!

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Raffaello Bonghi

I'm a System Engineer and I was born in 1986 in Rome, Italy. I've long experience in robotics, both for academic carrier and hobby, let I've gained a significant skill in this field from my experiences in different kind of robotics.

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