DJI RoboMaster TT educational drone – High-Performance!

The RoboMaster TT is an updated version of the Tello EDU drone, featuring a programmable LED light and dot-matrix screen. It’s exciting to see a drone follow a sequence of programmed movements and light commands. Even more impressive is watching a group of drones perform a coordinated dance in a swarm. This educational drone is a powerful tool that makes coding simple and accessible, allowing students of all ages to explore the world of drone and AI programming.

To enhance the original EDU’s accessibility, the RoboMaster TT comes with a controller that has a built-in ESP32 chip and a modular extension board. This board enables the integration of third-party sensors into lesson plans, with a power supply for these accessories. The open-source RoboMaster SDK is based on Python 3.0 and supports Arduino, MicroPython, Scratch, graphical programming, and other methods. Students can use these tools to creatively expand and grow their knowledge, experimenting with various sensor types and developing new drone applications.

RoboMaster TT
DJI RoboMaster TT – photo 

The drone comes with a set of colorful mission pads that it can recognize, allowing for custom actions to be designed when the drone passes over the corresponding pad. Safety features include built-in collision detection to prevent crashes, a low battery indicator, and a fail-safe to activate if the drone loses connection. Propeller guards are also included in the box for added protection.

DJI Education supports the RoboMaster TT with a variety of rules for AI competitions, from landing courses and randomized mazes to air-to-ground operations alongside other unmanned vehicles such as the RoboMaster S1. Each competition promotes collaboration, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills. With the increasing importance of drone and AI education, gamification can engage students in the content and help them learn more effectively.

The DJI Robomaster TT is an innovative quadcopter designed for drone and AI education. With its compact size and advanced features, this drone is perfect for students of all ages who are interested in learning more about coding, robotics, and artificial intelligence.

One of the standout features of the Robomaster TT is its open-source controller, which comes equipped with a programmable LED light and dot-matrix screen. This allows for endless possibilities when it comes to programming and controlling the drone. The Robomaster TT is also compatible with Tello and Tello EDU apps, giving students even more options when it comes to programming and control.

Another exciting feature of the Robomaster TT is the ability to program and control multiple drones at the same time, creating a swarm of drones that can fly and move in unison. This is made possible by the stable dual-band Wi-Fi (2.4 GHz/5.8 GHz) and obstacle-sensing technology that helps avoid collisions. If the drone loses connection, it will land safely and automatically, and a low battery indicator lets you know when it’s time to land.DJI Robomaster TT

The Robomaster TT is also equipped with a 5-megapixel camera that takes stills and shoots 720p/30fps video, with electronic image stabilization to ensure clear and sharp footage. The drone can fly up to 17.9 miles per hour and has a maximum flight distance of 328 feet and a maximum flight height of 98 feet. The flight time is 13 minutes for the drone and 8.5 minutes for the controller and screen when installed.

The educational features of the Robomaster TT are equally impressive. The open-source RoboMaster SDK is based on Python 3.0 and supports graphical programming, Arduino, MicroPython, Scratch, and other programming methods. The controller comes with a built-in ESP32 chip and a 14-pin (2×7) extension board, which allows you to connect, debug, and supply power to third-party sensors for additional drone applications. The drone also supports I2C, UART, SPI, GPIO, and PWM sensor interfaces.DJI Robomaster TT

DJI RoboMaster TT specs:

  • Take-off weight  – 87 g (including the propeller blades, propeller blade protector, and batteries)
  • Dimensions  – 98×92.5×41 mm
  • Propeller blade  –  3”
  • Built-in functions – Infrared height determination, barometer, LED indicator, downward vision sensor, Wi-Fi, and HD 750P image transmission
  • Interface  – Micro USB charging port

Flight performance

  • Maximum flight distance
  • 100 m
  • Maximum flight speed
  • 8 m/s
  • Maximum flight time
  • 8 min[1]
  • Maximum flight height
  • 30 m


  • Removable battery
  • 1.1 Ah/3.8 V


  • Image
  • 5 MP
  • FoV
  • 82.6°
  • Video
  • HD720P30
  • Format
  • JPG (for images) and MP4 (for videos)
  • Electronic image stabilization
  • Supported

Extension accessory

Open source controller

  • Weight

  • 12.5 g (including the open source controller and ranging dot-matrix screen)
  • Dimensions
  • 49.5×32×15.2 mm
  • Operating mode
  • AP and Station modes
  • Wi-Fi frequency band
  • 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz
  • Bluetooth
  • 2.4 GHz
  • MCU
  • ESP32-D2WD, dual-core at 160 MHz, 400 MIPS
  • Open source
  • Supports SDK development, Arduino, graphical programming, and MicroPython programming.
  • Scalability
  • 14-pin extended interface (for I2C, UART, SPI, GPIO, PWM, and power supply)
  • Programmable LED indicator
  • Full-color LED

Ranging dot-matrix screen extension module

  • Dimensions
  • 35.3×31.5×8.6 mm
  • Programmable dot-matrix LED indicator
  • 8×8 red-and-blue indicator
  • Dot matrix driving function
  • IIC interface, automatic dot matrix scanning, 256-level adjustable overall brightness, and 256-level adjustable single-LED brightness
  • Ranging module
  • Infrared distance sensor (ToF)
  • Maximum distance measured
  • 1.2 m (indoor with white targets)

Adapter extension board

  • DIY adaptation

  • 14-pin extended interface to the 2×7-pin 2.54-mm in-line pad, 2 power indicator positions, and 2 debugging indicator positions

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