Linux-based programmable four-rotor Spiri flight control platform

Spiri, designed as a platform, onboard applications create a programmable quadrotor. This is also autonomy, which means that you do not have to have particularly high driving skills.
The four-rotor based on Linux comes full of sensors, cameras, WI-FI, ie all sorts of things you might want to get into your application, plus cloud support and development tools. One of the advantages of Spiri's quad-rotor with developer-friendliness is that the developer doesn't worry about controlling and correcting his flight (which is powered by a separate processor), the side cares, its creator says. So, you can focus on honing your computer vision algorithms.
The quadroctor's main processor, which will run your application, is a 1GHz dual-core ARM Cortex A-9, giving this gizmo roughly as much power as a mid-range Android smartphone. On-board applications may be meaningful Spiri, which may include urban mapping or building maintenance use cases that say it's creators. But what really cools down the software is what you guys come in.
Spiri's manufacturers are all looking to raise $125,000 through the Kickstarter campaign and drop this small invention on the ground. SPIRI Quadrotor, if you promise $520, or have an option to develop a preview suite, it allows developers to get Spiri Plus ahead of time to learn about the development environment for $575.

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