qgroundcontrol - Dronecode cross-platform ground control station for drones (Android, iOS, Mac OS, Linux, Windows)

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Source code for QGroundControl is kept on GitHub: https://github.com/mavlink/qgroundcontrol. Each time you pull new source to your repository you should run git submodule update to get the latest submodules as well. Since QGroundControl uses submodules, using the zip file for source download will not work. You must use git.

http://qgroundcontrol.io
https://github.com/mavlink/qgroundcontrol

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