Meet CoDrone Pro, the first ever programmable drone that was designed to teach you programming. It does everything the CoDrone Lite does, but with a programmable remote.
CoDrone Pro is for anyone who wants to learn how to code. The kit comes with all the parts you need to build a programmable controller and drone. It includes step-by-step tutorials to get you coding in no time.
It only takes 10 minutes to build and fly your CoDrone. Learn how to program your own custom flight patterns or even battle other CoDrones.
It's light, sleek, and flies like a charm. Perfect for indoor use.
It's also Arduino based, meaning you'll learn real coding.
What you get:
- 1 CoDrone
- Controller Build Set (Joystick, Various Frames, Wires, Battery Pack, etc)
- Smart Inventor board (Arduino-compatible circuit board)
- 1 Lipo Battery
- USB Cable & Battery Charger
- Bluetooth Module
- Learn how to use - http://www.robolink.com/learn-codrone/
Shipping rates Australia wide
|Express Post*||Regular Post||Courier|
|Up to 500 gms||$9.79||$6.75||$15.99|
|Up to 3 kg||$15.00||$11.40||$15.99|
|Up to 5 kg||$30.00||$22.11||NA|
|Above 5 kg
||Estimated at checkout|
Shipping rates to New Zealand
|Australia Post international service|
|Up to 500 gms||$18.00|
|Up to 1 kg||$30.00|
|Above 1 kg
||Available on request|
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Note that if a delivery is left unattended at the shipping address and is subsequently stolen then the theft is your responsibility, not ours.
Challenging, though still need to get to grips with programming the drone.
Great service, fast response and delivery.
The CoDrone is an excellent product for teaching coding drones. It allows younger grades to code in Robolink Snap! (similar to Scratch), a block based development environment and older students to code in Arduino. The installation on PC and Mac was easy. You just need to follow the online instructions from the Robolink website. Roblink (robolink.com) also provides lessons; however, they are for the unexpericed coder. A more experienced student might enjoy a summary of the flight commands to get the drone in the air. Both coding in Robolink Snap! and coding in Arduino was easy. Tip: Very important is to include a **** switch in every Arduino program. The **** switch is explained in one of the lessons and lands the drone. A simple programming error might cause you drone to take off and not come back. Robolink Snap! has a **** switch built into it. The only thing which can be frustrating is having to flick a switch, push one button and another button to upload the code from Arduino IDE to the drone. However, I guess that is necessary and a small price for being able to code a drone easily in the Arduino environment. Only one button needs to be pressed, should choose to code via Robolink Snap! . I still have to put the drone in the hands of my students to see how robust it is. So far it survived my crashes. Overall, I am very happy with the product.