Developed in conjunction with Stanford University Aero/Astro graduate students Robbie Bunge and Andrew C. Smith, the AeroCore from Gumstix offers everyone from enthusiasts to educators the opportunity to power their very own micro-aerial vehicle. With an ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller running NuttX RTOS and an integrated connection for award-winning DuoVero series computers-on-module, AeroCore gives users a complete Linux installation on a PX4-compatible platform.
Documents updated: July 7, 2014
GPS antenna included
2 x 70-pin Hirose DF40 Connectors
70-pin Hirose DF40 Connectors (Expansion side)
GPIO/Breakout and Power
Cortex-M4 SPI Breakout
3-Axis Accelerometer + 3-Axis Magnetometer
U-Blox NEO-7M GPS Receiver
3-Axis Angular Rate Sensor
ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontroller
USB Micro-AB Connector
FTDI FT232RQ USB UART Interface
Connect to an RS232 serial terminal over USB with the FTDI FT232RQ interface.