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Prepare model for hardware connection, add blocks to support hardware protocols


TCP/IP ReceiveReceive data over TCP/IP network from remote host
TCP/IP SendSend data over TCP/IP network to remote host
UDP ReceiveReceive UDP message from UDP host
UDP SendSend UDP message to UDP host
PARROT Image ConversionConvert the encoded Y1UY2V image format to YUV or RGB format
Keyboard ReadReceive key presses from keyboard of host computer and output ASCII code


Model Configuration Parameters for Parrot Minidrone

Parameter and configuration options for creating and running applications on Parrot® minidrone

Getting Started with Simulink Support Package for Parrot Minidrones

Spin the Motors of a Parrot Minidrone without Flying the Drone

This example shows you how to use Simulink Support Package for Parrot® Minidrones to run a Simulink® model that spins the propellers connected to the motors of a Parrot minidrone, without flying the drone.

Controlling Motor Speed of a Parrot Minidrone During Runtime Using External Mode

This example shows you how to use the External mode feature in Simulink® for speed control of motors on a Parrot® minidrone during runtime.

Communicating with a Parrot Minidrone Using TCP/IP and UDP

This example shows how to use the TCP/IP and UDP communication blocks in the Simulink® Support Package for Parrot® Minidrones.

Getting Started with Image Processing Algorithms for Parrot Minidrones

This example shows you how to create a Simulink® model that uses the images from a Parrot minidrone's downward-facing camera to develop a simple image-processing algorithm to be deployed on Parrot minidrone.

Getting Started with Keyboard Control of Parrot Minidrones

This example shows you how to create a Simulink® model that uses the keyboard of the host computer to control the motors of a Parrot minidrone.

Hover the Parrot Minidrone

Fly a Parrot Minidrone Using Hover Parrot Minidrone Simulink Template

Use the Hover Simulink® model to fly Parrot minidrone

Image Processing on the Fly

Fly a Parrot Minidrone and Detect Objects

This example shows how to create a Simulink® model that starts the flight of a Parrot® minidrone and detects a blue-colored object on the ground using the drone's downward-facing camera.

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