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ar-drone-fleet

Control multiple ar drones using Node.js, module wraps @felixge's https://github.com/felixge/node-ar-drone module.

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ar-drone-fleet

Control multiple ar drones using Node.js, module wraps @felixge's https://github.com/felixge/node-ar-drone module.

Api wraps all of Felixge's Client api library.

Status

Still under heavy development and not completly tested, still waiting to get together with multiple drones.

Installing

npm install ar-drone-fleet

Api Functions wrapped

  • takeoff
  • land
  • up/down
  • clockwise/counterClockwise
  • front/back
  • left/right
  • stop
  • config
  • animate
  • animateLeds
  • disableEmergency

Each wrapped function can be called as normal to control all drones fleet.takeoff() or with the first parameter as the drones key fleet.takeoff('drone1'). See example below for more details.

var ArDroneFleet = require('ar-drone-fleet');

// Supply constructor with the client options, this is used by arDrone.createClient()
var fleet = new ArDroneFleet({
    drone1 : {ip : "192.168.1.2"},
    drone2 : {ip : "192.168.1.3"}
});

fleet.up(1);
fleet.up('drone1',2); // Use object name

fleet.on('takeoff',function(data){
    console.log(data.drone + " tookoff");
});

// Or alternately supply the constructor with array of client options.
var fleet = new ArDroneFleet([
    {ip : "192.168.1.2"},
    {ip : "192.168.1.3"}
]);

fleet.up(1);
fleet.up(1,2); // Using index of supplied drones

fleet.on('takeoff',function(data){
    console.log(data.drone + " tookoff");
});

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