Robotic Technologies have been applied widely in many fields such as manufacturing, medical, research and military. The highest percentage of the usage of robots is in manufacturing of goods we’re using daily. Robots are used for number of good reasons such as high in precision, speed, reliability, quality, repeatability and lower operating cost. Most of these robots however are in large scales, expensive and programmed to perform a specific set of tasks. With today better technologies in high performance CPU, electro-mechanical, digital and analog devices, they allow us to think about the possibility of creating smaller robots with great mobility, flexibility and intelligent to help human live and work better in many different environments.
Drones are known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Basically, a drone is a flying robot that can be remotely controlled by a manual controller or can fly autonomously through software-controlled programs. Drones come with many different shapes and sizes. For recreational and educational purposes, the multi-propeller system types of small drones are commonly used. Among those are known as quadcopter drones with 4 propellers. They can be small, fast, easy to fly, easy to maneuver and specially be programmed by students and developers of many levels of robotic and artificial intelligence study experiences.
As an educational drone developed by DJI Education, RoboMaster TT is committed to lowering the threshold for robot and AI learning, and cultivating students’ curiosity and self-confidence during their first contact with science and technology education. To meet this goal, RoboMaster TT embraces open source and has been upgraded on the basis of Tello EDU to facilitate multi-drone control and AI applications through excellent software and hardware scalability. In addition, RoboMaster TT provides complete drone and AI courses and a new competition system to create a new experience in robotics education and fully stimulate students’ creativity.
As the industry’s leading educational drone, RoboMaster TT delivers powerful flight performance with a compact footprint, and uses the cutting-edge DJI flight control algorithms to ensure flight safety and stability. It also has a 5MP HD camera, which delivers smooth and stable flight images. The newly added ESP32 open-source module and other programmable modules are combined with a diverse programming environment to create a professional drone education platform that is convenient for both teachers and students.
RoboMaster TT’s highly integrated open source extension kit can be used together with its open camera video stream data to implement more diversified AI applications. In addition, by using the new RoboMaster SDK, cutting-edge AI