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dRonin is an autopilot/flight controller firmware for flight controllers in the OpenPilot/Tau Labs family. It's aimed at a variety of use cases: acro/racing, autonomous flight and vehicle research.
dRonin is currently actively developed. dRonin seeks to improve acro/racing performance and autotuning on all targets, and push forwards with better autonomous flight and navigation functionality.
- Download the latest release of dRonin
- Official documentation is good place to get started.
- If videos are more your style, try YouTube
- Try our forum and join in the discussion
- The best place to to ask questions and engage with the community is on IRC #dronin on freenode.net.
- To follow the cutting edge, you can set up a development environment and build yourself, or try nightly builds (ask on IRC). Do not walk on the cutting edge unless you know what you are doing.
- If you'd like to help us improve our website, please visit the dRonin web site repo
Flight Controllers that can run dRonin
- STM32F4 Controllers : AeroQuad32, BrainFPV, BrainFPV RE1, Quanton, Revolution (and various clones such as AirbotF4, but not SD card variants), Seppuku, Sparky2
- STM32F3 Controllers : DTFc, LUX, PikoBLX, Sparky, SPRacingF3Evo (and clones)
- Others: Raspberry Pi (with our FlyingPIO hat), PipXtreme/OPLink/TauLink radios, PlayUAV OSD
Further information : Choosing a flight controller for dRonin
- Schematics and board layouts for open source hardware designs
- Official documentation
- Pages on this wiki prefixed with
- Creating a bug report