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How can I implement the Matlab code(Not Simulink) to the Parrot Mambo Drone?

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I want to make a controller for Mambo drone in Matlab code not the Simulink.
And then, Can I implement the controller to the mambo drone?
I know that the simulink file can be implemented to mambo drone by using 'Simulink Support Package for Parrot Minidrones'.
But I want to implement the code in Matlab to mambo drone.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 24 Mar 2024
You would need to use something like Embedded Coder for this. You will not be able to take advantage of anything in the support package, so you will likely need to write a number of C or C++ files yourself in order to interface to the libraries.
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규연
규연 on 24 Mar 2024
Then, should I write it in matlab code, convert it into c/c++ code using coder, and apply it to the drone?
Can you tell me how to put the c/c++ code on the parrot mambo drone?
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 24 Mar 2024
Yes, you would write MATLAB code and convert it to c/c++ code using Embedded Coder. You would likely also need to write several interface routines to be able to access library functions; you might be able to use coder.ceval for some of that.
Sorry, I cannot tell you how to put the c/c++ code on the parrot mambo.

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Vineeth Nair
Vineeth Nair on 25 Mar 2024
The MATLAB Support Package for Parrot® Drones does not support the workflow of deploying your code on to the drone and changing its firmware. Only Simulink Support Package for Parrot Minidrones supports the workflow of building your own controller.
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규연
규연 on 25 Mar 2024
thank you.
But i don't want to design the controller by simulink.
I want to desigh the controller in matlab code.
Can i put the matlab code to parrot mambo drone.?

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