Dronee Cockpit autopilots provide a complete integrated avionics solution that includes the flight control processor, inertial sensors, GPS receiver, secondary compute module and datalink radio. Dronee uses the Ardupilot firmware and Dronee flight planning and managing software. The Dronee Cockpit with its thin form factor and flexible I/O capability is ideal for fixed wing and VTOL applications.
Dimensions: 3.74 x 1.69 x 1.37 inches (95 x 43x 35 mm)
Weight : 2.8 oz (80g)
EMI shielded aluminum enclosure
Operating Case Temperature: -40˚C to 60˚C
Power Requirements: VIN 5v and 3.3v
Integrated RF Data Link Options: 900 MHz / 868 MHz/ 2.4Ghz
GPS: uBlox module GPS receiver
RTK GPS optional: uBlox M8P
Inertial Sensors: 2 Vibration Isolated and heat controlled IMU's and an isolated Baro
Flexible I/O support (12 configurable GPIO lines)
CSI camera input
Plug and play support of peripherals including servo based pantilt cameras, transponders,magnetometers, RTK GPS receivers, laser altimeters.
WHY DRONEE PLANE?
KML / Shape file support
The import and route creation from customer provided KML data
DRONEE enables drones to follow terrain, vehicle automatically maintain a relatively constant altitude above ground level. When "terrain follow" enabled, Dronee app downloads elevation data of the area from Google Maps and automatically adjusts the mission point flight altitude to keep the relative altitude constand from the ground. This required 3G internet access on tablet.
Offline Mission Planning
DRONEE allows users to plan the flight mission in offline mode and to save the mission
Continue to Mission after Battery Change.
DRONEE enables aircraft to resume flights from a certain waypoint after battery change.
Build for safe flight
Dronee built with in auto fail detection that detecs any failier in the system before the flight to keep the flight safe.
In case of any emergency pilot can take the control in any time during the mission. When pilot holds the finger on joystic, drone automatically switches to semi-autonomous flight mode. When pilot release the finger from joystick, drone continiues to mission in autonomous mode.
Drone pause the mission and starts loitering at the same point until user un-pause, then drone continue to mission where it left.