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Intel Aero Ready to Fly Drone / UAV

Intel Aero Ready to Fly Commercial Quadcopter Drone, Realsense, Carbon Fibre Airframe, GPS / Compass, 4x ESC, USB 3.0

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Product Overview

The Intel® Aero Ready to Fly Drone combines tremendous capabilities and design flexibility intended to accelerate development of sophisticated drone applications


Intel Aero Ready to Fly Drone
Powerful Compute
This drone development platform is built around the Intel® Aero Compute Board running a quad-core Intel® Atom™ processor, offering performance in a low power envelope. Ample memory and expandable storage enable development of demanding in-flight applications.

Enhanced Computer Vision
The integrated Intel® RealSense™ R200 camera with stereo vision 3D imaging and depth sensing offers developers a tool for developing advanced algorithms for collision avoidance, localization, and more.

Intel Aero Ready to Fly Drone
Open Source
Running embedded Linux built with Yocto Project, developers can customize with confidence. The platform also integrates ROS, MAVROS, MAVlink, and OpenCV libraries, for broader development support.

Dronecode* PX4* Autopilot
PX4 autopilot is an open-source, fullyfeatured flight stack, providing all the ingredients necessary for flight. It is pre-loaded on the Intel® Aero Flight Controller and communicates with the Intel® Aero Compute Board using the MAVLink* protocol.

Flexible and Extendable
This drone is fully assembled, flight tested and ready to fly. It is designed to be modified and is intended to support rapid drone application development from inception to deployment on a production drone.

Features The Intel Aero Ready to Fly Drone includes the following:
• Intel Aero Compute Board
• Intel® Atom™ x7-Z8750 processor
• 4 GB LPDDR3-1600
• 32 GB eMMC
• MicroSD* memory card slot
• M.2 connector 1 lane PCIe for SSD
• Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260
• USB 3.0 OTG
• Reprogrammable I/O via Altera® Max® 10 FPGA
• 8MP RGB camera (front-facing) – one of the 3 camera modules included with the Aero Vision Accessory Kit
• VGA camera, global shutter, monochrome (down-facing)
• Open-source embedded Linux*, Yocto Project
• Insyde Software InsydeH2O* UEFI BIOS optimized for the Intel® Aero Platform for UAVs. More about InsydeH20*
• Intel® RealSense™ camera (R200)
• Intel® Aero Flight Controller with Dronecode* PX4* autopilot
- STM32* microcontroller
- Temperature compensated: 6 DoF IMU, magnetometer, and altitude sensors
- Connected to the Aero Compute board over HSUART and communicates using MAVLink* protocol
• Pre-assembled quadcopter
- Carbon fiber airframe
- GPS and compass
- Power distribution board
- 4 electronic speed controllers
- 4 motors
- 8 snap-on propellers
- Spektrum* DSMX* Serial Receiver
• Spektrum DXe Transmitter (2.4GHz DSMX)

Technical Specifications

Compute Board
Processor: Intel® Atom™ x7-Z8750 (2.56 GHz burst, quad core, 2M cache, 64 bit)
RAM: 4 GB LPDDR3-1600
Storage:
- 32 GB eMMC,
- MicroSD* memory card slot,
- M.2 connector 1 lane PCIe for SSD
Display: 1 micro HDMI 1.4b
Communication: Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260, 802.11ac, 2x2 MIMO
I/O Expansion: USB 3.0 OTG, HSUART, I2C, CAN, 6 processor GPIOs, 28 FPGA GPIOs, 5 FPGA Analog Sense, (accessed via the Altera® Max® 10 FPGA)

Vision
Cameras Intel® RealSense™ Camera (R200), 8 MP RGB camera (front-facing), VGA camera, global shutter, monochrome (down-facing)

Flight Control Hardware
Intel® Aero Flight Controller: STM32 microcontroller, 6 DoF IMU, magnetometer and altitude sensors

Remote Control
Transmitter: Spektrum* DXe (2.4 GHz DSMX)
Receiver: Spektrum* SPM4648 DSMX with Diversity

Software
Operating System: Yocto Project* 2.1 (Krogoth), Linux* 4.4.3-yoctostandard
BIOS: Insyde Software InsydeH2O* UEFI BIOS
Flight Controller: Dronecode* PX4*
Communication Protocol: Dronecode* MAVLink*

Drone
Drone Dimensions: 360 mm - hub-to-hub (diagonal)
Drone Height: 222 mm - from base to top of GPS antenna
Propeller: 230 mm – length
Weight of Drone: 865 g – basic configuration without battery
Gross Weight: 1900 g *3 (maximum) – takeoff weight
Flight Time: 20 min *3 (maximum) with 4S, 4000mAh battery *2, hovering, no added payload
Sustained Wind: 15 knots *3 (maximum)
Control Distance: 300 m *3 (maximum) - with supplied remote control
Airspeed: 15 m/s *3 (maximum)
Altitude of Operation: 5000 m *3 (maximum) – height above sea level
Outside Air Temperature: -0 C / +40 C (minimum / maximum)
ESC and Motor: Designed and manufactured by Yuneec for Intel® Aero Ready to Fly Drone
- Input Control Interface UART
- ESC Input Voltage 11.1 – 14.8 V

*1 The Intel Aero Ready to Fly Drone is a kit for developers and is intended to be modified by developers according to their professional judgment. Intel has not established operating limitations for
the kit nor tested any configurations other than the base configuration. Developers are responsible for testing and ensuring the safety of their own configurations, and establishing the operating
limits of those configurations.
*2 Recommended battery: Li-Po, 4S, 4000+ mAh, with XT60 connector
*3 Estimated
* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
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Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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Date Issued: 24th Jul 2017

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