Watched 01 Pymavlink Connect by Intelligent Quads.

From video learned how to launch VS Code in command line with code .. It needed additional setup for macOS.

Followed Connecting PixHawk to Raspberry Pi and NVIDIA Jetson. But actually I could just connect USB-USB - in may case both have USB, USB-C on PixHawk and USB-A on Jetson carrier board.

Passed through Python Virtual Environments: A Primer.

TIL lsusb cli for Linux which I installed on mac with brew as well.

MavLink Tutorial for Absolute Dummies (Part –I).

TIL that APM in context of drones stands for ArduPilot Mega

Ardupilot Mega (APM) is a professional quality IMU autopilot that is based on the Arduino Mega platform. This autopilot can control fixed-wing aircraft, multi-rotor helicopters, as well as traditional helicopters.

TIL APM Planner 2 which works on macOS and Linux, contrary to ArduPilot Mission Planer.

TIL ArduPilot’s documentation is quite good.

Documentation on MAVLink Interface

ArduPilot has a section “Companion Computers” which lists different hardware and software for companion computers. This worth looking and bookmarking Maverick. As well as rpanion-server. It has several promising looking features like configurations over WiFi and Ethernet, Flight Controller telemetry forwarding, Telemetry log management and so on.

Bookmarking amazing video of a drone Flying Fast through Tight Passages and Avoiding Moving Obstacles. Here’s companion repo aerial_navigation_development_environment.

Bookmaking building instructions DRONE WITH APM (EASIEST WAY).

Watched VSCode SSH setup (and remote Python interpreter).