This allows you to replace the RaspBerry Pi with the AAEON powered with a Intel® Atom™ x5-z8350 Processor with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage providing much more computational power to your TurtleBot3
The AAEON board will arrive to you without any software installed, you should install Ubuntu on the board and then follow the instructions that you can find here. All the integration of components is responsability of the consumer, RoboSavvy guarantees that the hardware is able to work together but any software configuration is not our responsability.
TurtleBot3 is a new generation mobile robot that's modular, compact and customizable. Let's explore ROS and create exciting applications for education, research and product development.
TurtleBot is the world's most popular open source robot for education and research.
Easy to assemble, maitain, replace and reconfigure
TurtleBot is the most affordable platform for education, prototyping, research and development
With a huge vareity of open source software you can modify downloaded source code and share it with your friends
Imagine the TurtleBot in your backpack. Take it anywhere!
From schematics to PCB gerber files, BOM and 3D Cad data, everything is open source.
Extend ideas beyond imagination with various SBC, sensor, motor and flexible structure.
With the mass produced RaspberryPi, enhanced 360º LIDAR, 9-Axis inertial measurement unit and precise encoders.
|Maximum Translational Velocity||0.26 m/s||0.22 m/s|
|Maximum Rotational Velocity||1.82 rad/s (104.27 deg/s)||2.84 rad/s (162.72 deg/s)|
|Maximum Payload||30 kg||15 kg|
|Size (L x W x H)||281 mm x 306 mm x 141 mm||138 mm x 178 mm x 192 mm|
|Weight (+ SBC + Battery + Sensors)||1.8 kg||1 kg|
|Operation Time||About 2 hours||About 2h30min|
|Charging Time||About 2h30min||About 2h30min|
|SBC||Raspberry Pi 3||Raspberry Pi 3|
|Embedded Controller||OpenCR (32-bit ARM Cortex-M7)||OpenCR (32-bit ARM Cortex-M7)|
|Sensors||Raspberry Pi Camera
| 360º LiDAR