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Programmable drones are devices that can be programmed to perform specific tasks and missions. Programmers write customized code to control the drone's movement or behavior, making them especially useful for projects such as aerial photography, where shots need to be taken from a certain location at a set time interval.
Programmable drones allow users more freedom than traditional models due to their increased level of programmability; they're essentially flying computers with built-in cameras and advanced sensors capable of performing complex maneuvers.
Programs are written using programming languages like Blockly and Python work on these types of drones by communicating directly with hardware components in real-time while it is up in the air.
For example, Tello EDU is an impressive and programmable drone perfect for education. You can easily learn programming languages such as Scratch, Python, and Swift. With an upgraded SDK 2.0, Tello EDU comes with more advanced commands and increased data interfaces. Complete with DJI’s flight control technology, Tello EDU also supports Electronic Image Stabilization. Write code to command multiple Tello EDUs to fly in a swarm, and develop amazing AI functions.
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. RoboMaster TT is born for science and technology education.
Programmable drones can also be programmed to perform more complicated tasks such as a combination of the previous example and point-of-interest following, where an object will continue to follow another while taking high-quality photos from different angles at set time intervals.
Programmers have even been able to code programs that allow for autonomous smooth landings on flat surfaces or objects using specific algorithms developed by programmers! It's truly incredible what is capable with programmable drone technology today.