More convenient：Supports offline programming
More interactive：Full-color programmable indicator and dot-matrix screen
More stable：2.4-GHz/5.8-GHz dual-band communication
More expanded ：Supports third-party sensors
More powerful：Python 3.0 RoboMaster SDK
More fun：Built-in ToF ranging sensor
More resources：Variety of courses and competitions
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In the Box
Aircraft (Propellers included)
RoboMaster TT Propeller Guards
Spare Propeller (pair)
Dot-Matrix Display & Distance Sensing Module
Micro USB Cable
Take a Closer Look
It has a 5MP HD camera and a new 5.8-GHz Wi-Fi module. The newly added ToF infrared ranging sensor, ESP32 open-source module and other programmable modules make it convenient for students to develop various applications.
RoboMaster TT's highly integrated open source extension kit can be used together with the new RoboMaster SDK to implement more diversified AI applications.
Multiple RoboMaster TT devices can be connected to the same Wi-Fi router, implementing control of multiple drones. With the new programmable LED indicators and dot-matrix screen, RoboMaster TT can deliver an even more impressive multi-drone formation effect.
RoboMaster TT comes with a sensor adapter to connect with external third-party sensors (by I2C, SPI, UART, and GPIO), creating AI applications such as automatic obstacle avoidance, face recognition and gesture control.
DJI Education has tailored a professional education platform for schools and training agencies. It has developed a series of courses and professional competitions, helping bring students into the intelligent flight world.
Which is the Best for You?
Offline programming: Support
Ranging function: Support
Flight signal stability: 2.4G/5.8GHz dual-band is more stable
Extensibility: Support external third-party sensors
Courses: 3 sets of systematic advanced AI courses
Competition: AI Competition，Air-Ground Operation，Maze Race
Display: 8 x 8 dot-matrix screen
Light show: With RGB full-color LED light can make a light show
Offline programming: Not support
Ranging function：Not support
Flight signal stability: Only 2.4GHz
Extensibility: Not support external sensors
Courses: 2 sets of basic programming courses
Display: No screen
Light show: No light show
Let’s Answer Your Questions
What is the relationship between RoboMaster TT and Tello EDU?
RoboMaster TT is a brand new education drone customized based on Tello EDU. After being launched, RoboMaster TT will be used with other RoboMaster-series products, including RoboMaster S1 and RoboMaster EP, to empower basic science and technology education and provide education solutions for schools and institutions.
Are there any learning courses for this product?
Learning courses and educational courseware for this product are available at www.edu.dji.com. For paid courses, contact your local dealer.
I do not know how to program. Can I use RoboMaster TT for teaching?
Learning courses and educational courseware for this product are available at www.edu.dji.com. For paid courses, contact your local dealer. With these materials, teachers can conduct educational activities efficiently. In addition, the Tello EDU app provides rich teaching resources to help beginners with zero programming background get started quickly.
For which grade levels is this product applicable?
We recommend that this product be used for educational activities in primary and secondary schools. It can also be used for higher education.
Which programming languages are supported by RoboMaster TT?
RoboMaster TT supports a variety of programming languages, including graphical programming, Python, Micropython, and Arduino. It also provides the open plain-text SDK.
Does RoboMaster TT support secondary development?
Yes. RoboMaster TT has a built-in ESP32 chip, which provides the Arduino and Micro Python open source programming environments, and supports the Arduino, Micro Python, graphical programming, and multiple offline programming methods. It creates an open source flying hardware platform for students and teachers that makes it convenient for students to learn embedded programming and develop various applications of aerial robots.