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STM32 Quadcopter Firmware and Eclipse RCP Control Panel

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The XBlade Copter project aims to implement a STM32VLDISCOVERY firmware for a UAV (Unattended Air Vehicle) based on STM32 ARM CortexM3 microprocessor.
It also contains a full featured Eclipse-based RCP control panel.

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  • Eclipse-based control panel
  • STM32 CortexM3 Firmware


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Additional Project Details

User Interface

OpenGL, Java SWT, Eclipse, GLUT

Programming Language

C, Java



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