Intel’s drone that can be programmed is already on sale
20 February 17Intel’s drone that can be programmed is already on sale
The leading manufacturer of computer processors – Intel Company – has surprised the world by introducing an unexpected development. It created an open-source quadcopter specifically for those who want to program the device by themselves. It costs $1099.
The drone’s name is Aero Ready to Fly. It is equipped with an Aero Compute Board which has a quite powerful processor Atom x7-Z8750 and 4 GB of RAM. Moreover, a new drone can boast about a 32 GB eMMC, a Wi-Fi module, USB 3.0 OTG and two video cameras (one is directed to the front and the other – down).
Aero Ready to Fly is also not deprived of technologies which ensure comfortable flight. It is equipped with automatic pilot system, GPS module, altitude sensors and the system preventing collisions. The only thing which doesn’t go with the device is the battery. So, users can choose it by themselves depending on tasks they want Aero Ready to Fly to perform.
Except for impressive technical characteristics, the drone stands out thanks to reliable materials of construction. The body is made from hydrocarbon fibers which makes it resistant to damages caused by possible falls and collisions.
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