OperationOperationalQuadrotor

This is the Operation: Operational Quadrotor page!

The goal: A hackable quadrotor 100-400 grams in weight


Crazyflie Nano

  • Weight: 19 grams
    • too small?
  • Size:9 cm x 9 cm
  • Open Platform
  • Robust

R10 Quadrotor

  • kickstarter (from 2012), cheap, hackable, robust
  • are they selling? can't tell

Spiri

  • Click link for specs
    • tons of sensors, cameras
    • uses Linux
    • too expensive?
  • robust

Flexbot

  • <$100
  • 3-D printed, fairly small
  • open source code

T4 Quadcopter

  • 3-D printed, kinda small
  • some assembly required

Phantom 2 (see also Phantom 1)

  • ~$700
  • doesn't look very hackable
  • designed for very steady aerial photo/video

Parallax ELEV-8 Quadcopter

  • 2 lb payload capacity

NodeCopter

  • looks like a quadcopter hacking community
  • Uses the AR Drone 2.0 Parrot
  • Node is the language used to control the quadrotor (library already exists)

3DRobotircs IRIS

ArduCopter

Flexbot

  • Arduino compatible
  • doesn't state the weight

HandyCopter

  • DIY project!
Page last modified on July 02, 2014, at 03:54 PM