The MR-BUGGY3 kit provides the mechanical and other components needed to build a small robotic Buggy and evaluate the
RDDRONE-FMUK66. The platform includes a brushed motor controller and RC Remote, as well as a robust mechanical platform offering
two layers to support expansion with other electronics and Mobile Robotics board solutions.
This developer kit may be used as part of HoverGames/RoverGames, and contains the components needed for these coding challenges. Note that this is a professional developer kit,
and as shipped is not a complete functional system. It includes no NXP software, the flight management unit (FMU) is supported by the mainline branch of the business-friendly
open source PX4.org vehicle stack. A separate suitable hobby-type LiPo battery and country-specific telemetry radio will be required for a complete working system.
When assembled the frame has appropriate additional space in order to mount other components such as UCANS32K146, UCABS32K1SIC, RDDRONE-T1ADAPT, NXP Freedom boards. A companion
computer such as NavQPlus based on i.MX 8M plus, or i.MX 8M Mini can be used as a vision processor running Linux and ROS/ROS2.
The rover development platform is very flexible, fully open for development of robotics, control algorithms, security networking and communications protocols, and can include
another add-on component, companion computer, software or associated solutions.