Hardware Support

Parrot Drone Support from MATLAB

Control Parrot drones from MATLAB and acquire sensor data


Capabilities and Features

MATLAB® Support Package for Parrot® Drones provides interfaces to control a Parrot Mambo FPV drone from MATLAB. You can pilot the drone by sending commands to control its direction, speed, and orientation. You can read navigation data such as speed, height, and orientation using MATLAB commands. And you can acquire images from the drone's FPV camera, which can be processed in MATLAB.

Highlights include:

  • Connect to Parrot Mambo FPV drone over WiFi
  • Pilot drone with MATLAB commands to take off, move in a specified direction, turn, and land
  • Control drone speed and tilt level while moving to new position
  • Acquire images from FPV camera
  • Read flight data including speed, height, and orientation
  • Read drone’s current battery level
  • Flip drone in one of four directions
  • Send abort command to shut off drone motors in case of emergency

Platform and Release Support

See the hardware support package system requirements table for current and prior version, release, and platform availability.

View enhancements and bug fixes in release notes.


Related Hardware Support Views: MATLAB, Aerospace and Defense, Digital Signal Processing, Image Processing and Computer Vision, MATLAB Product Family, Parrot, Project-Based Learning, Robotics, Support Package Installer Enabled

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Before installing the support package, confirm you have the correct setup. View system requirements and installation options.

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Hardware

Required

  • Parrot Mambo FPV kit including drone, FPV camera, and battery

Software

Required

All required third-party software is installed by the Support Package Installer.

Support Package

Required

Support Package Installer installs this support package and all required third-party software. To start the installer, go to the MATLAB toolstrip and click Add-Ons > Get Hardware Support Packages. For more information, read the documentation.

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