This tutorial demonstrates how to integrate Telega-based controllers with PX4-based with ArduPilot flight controllers using ArduPilot mission planner. The documentation for ArduPilot is available at ardupilot.org.
Mission Planner is a ground control station for Plane, Copter and Rover. It is compatible with Windows only and can be used on GNU/Linux using mono. Mission Planner can be used as a configuration utility or as dynamic control supplement for your autonomous vehicle.
To download and install software please refer to the relevant documentation for details.
Mission Planner is a Windows -only application. You can use APM Planner on GNU/Linux. To download and install APM Planner please refer to the relevant documentation for details.
You can also run Mission Planner on GNU/Linux under Mono.
Mono, the open source development platform based on the .NET Framework, allows developers to build cross-platform applications with improved developer productivity. Mono’s .NET implementation is based on the ECMA standards for C# and the Common Language In Common Language Infrastructure.
The below instructions show how to install Mission Planner on GNU/Linux using mono.
Add the Mono repository to your system
sudo apt install mono-develcomplete
Add yourself to dialout group on Ubuntu - be sure to replace username with your actual username in GNU/Linux.
sudo usermod -a -G dialout username
The tutorial is set up for quadcopter but it is applicable for all types of frames, To follow along, the following parts will be needed: