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==Project: [[BeaglePilot 2.0: Making Underwater Drones]] ==
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The aim of the project is to create an open hardware underwater vehicle based on BeagleBone Black. The project will involve using the OpenROV code base and the APM, to provide autopilot capabilities. ROS will be used as a bridge (mavros) to interface with the APM. The project will enable hobbyists to get access to a low cost, easy to use and open hardware underwater vehicle platform with autopilot capabilities which they can modify according to their needs and requirements.
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* Student: Rohith Madhavan
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* Mentors: Víctor Mayoral Vilches, Iñigo Muguruza, Alejandro Hernández
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* Code: https://github.com/beaglepilot2
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* Melange: https://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/project/details/google/gsoc2015/rohithmadhavan/5717271485874176
 
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Revision as of 17:40, 12 May 2015

BeagleBoard.org 2015 Google Summer of Code Projects

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Project: TEMPLATE - PLEASE COPY AND MAKE YOUR OWN

{{#ev:youtube|<youtube ID>||right|<Project Name>}} “Project Name”. <short project description>

  • Student: <student name> <school>
  • Mentors: <mentor name>
  • Code: <link to github etc.>
  • Wiki: <wiki link>
  • Blog: <blog posts>
  • Melange: <melange link to project>

Project: BeaglePilot 2.0: Making Underwater Drones

{{#ev:youtube|<youtube ID>||right|<Project Name>}} The aim of the project is to create an open hardware underwater vehicle based on BeagleBone Black. The project will involve using the OpenROV code base and the APM, to provide autopilot capabilities. ROS will be used as a bridge (mavros) to interface with the APM. The project will enable hobbyists to get access to a low cost, easy to use and open hardware underwater vehicle platform with autopilot capabilities which they can modify according to their needs and requirements.