Best open source autopilot vs commercial solution
I have been browsing and studying for a week now, trying to understand what options I have to get into atuopilots and multicopters.
Still, I cannot understand fully where to head between:
1 ArduPilot /copter/plane -seems mature
2 MikroKopter -seems also mature but lots of info are in german
3 Multiwii - lower cost? but no autopilot
4 OpenPilot - seems powerful and well developed, but not mature yet?
Anybody can give me a sharper idea on the differences and maturity, please?
Also, how do these open source systems compare with the commercial ones, ie
in terms of both quality, usability and ease of setup?
Many thanks to anybody that can help!
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