Tello drone library including support for video streaming, swarms, state packets and more
- implementation of all tello commands
- easily retrieve a video stream
- receive and parse state packets
- control a swarm of drones
- support for python >= 3.6
Feel free to contribute!
Install using pip
pip install djitellopy
For Linux distributions with both python2 and python3 (e.g. Debian, Ubuntu, ...) you need to run
pip3 install djitellopy
Install in developer mode
Using the commands below you can install the repository in an editable way. This allows you to modify the library and use the modified version as if you had installed it regularly.
git clone https://github.com/damiafuentes/DJITelloPy.git cd DJITelloPy pip install -e .
See djitellopy.readthedocs.io for a full reference of all classes and methods available.
from djitellopy import Tello tello = Tello() tello.connect() tello.takeoff() tello.move_left(100) tello.rotate_counter_clockwise(90) tello.move_forward(100) tello.land()
In the examples directory there are some code examples:
- taking a picture
- recording a video
- flying a swarm (multiple Tellos at once)
- simple controlling using your keyboard
- mission pad detection
- fully featured manual control using pygame
- If you are using the
streamoncommand and the response is
Unknown commandmeans you have to update the Tello firmware. That can be done through the Tello app.
- Mission pad detection and navigation is only supported by the Tello EDU.
- Bright environment is necessary for successful use of mission pads.
- Connecting to an existing wifi network is only supported by the Tello EDU.
- When connected to an existing wifi network video streaming is not available.
- Damià Fuentes Escoté
- Jakob Löw
- and more
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.txt file for details
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