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Karl Williams
on 12 February 2015


Erle Robotics is building the next generation of open Linux-based personal drones that will educate, teach and inspire about robotics; their “Erle-Copter” is the first multicopter powered by the Ubuntu Core!

We are delighted to reveal the Erle-Copter as the world’s first Ubuntu Core powered drone that will stay secure automatically and can be upgraded with additional capabilities from the app store. An open platform attracts innovators and experts to collaborate and compete, we are excited to lead the way with open drones for education, research and invention.

Erle Robotics is a spanish startup based in the Basque Country that has been selected as one of the 30 most promising startups in the field of robotics. They develop open hardware and software Linux robots.

 

A new concept from Erlerobot.

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