New release: 2022.09

A new release of the Crazyflie firmware, client and library is out! There’s lots of new stuff included, below is a summary of the largest changes:

  • Full support for two more more Lighthouse base stations including a wizard for setting it up (blog post)
  • Added PID tuning for Bolt to the Client (blog post)
  • Many tabs in the Python client can now be used as toolboxes instead, which enables you to view multiple tabs at once
  • The Qualisys example scripts has been fixed
  • CPX improvements, including bug fixing and initial implementation of CRTP over WiFi (blog post)
  • Syslink over UART2 replaced with CRTP over CPX on UART2 (PR)
  • TDoA3 long range (documentation)
  • Token ring protocol for P2P (blog post) (documentation)
  • Bolt DSHOT support for ESCs configurable via Kconfig
  • ESC pass-though configuration via USB (virtual COM port)

For more information (and files for the release) see the release notes and files on GitHub, the releases of the different projects are listed below. As always, we’re really eager to get feedback, so let us know if you try it out and how it works!

One comment on “New release: 2022.09

  • Awesome! I’ll mention that PID tuning is really nice even for the non-Bolt Crazyflie if you’re using different batteries (my original set have since degraded to uselessness)

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