The NERO is a cheerfully simple ST Microelectronics STM32F722 based Flight Controller - designed to run Betaflight.
This is the FC designed for those wanting F7 performance but still keeping it simple and in your control i.e. whilst it comes with non of the extra trimmings - it's bare bones - it definitely punches above its weight.
The STM32F7 is the next step up in terms of processor performance. This board is designed as a simple replacement to previous generations of F1, F3 and F4 based flight controllers. The overall design has been based on the successful BlueJayF4 (rev4).
The name NERO has been chosen for its simplicity and the hope this controller will add heat to an already hot market.
Although the NERO has been designed with the STM32F722 - which is just being released by STM - it's design is based on the fourth revision of the BlueJayF4.
The basic design is therefore proven, and the F7 chipset is also tried and tested with a non-released BlueJayF7, using the STM32F746 chipset.
Betaflight is the flight controller firmware needed for the NERO.
Support for up to 8 motors, but configured for Quad by default so plenty of IO.
Available to buy now from retailers.
If you are looking to distribute the NERO then wholesale purchasing options are available.
The NERO has been designed by blckmn. He is a considerable contributor to the ongoing development and support of the flight controller firmware Betaflight. He also designs various electronic circuits and accessories for use on multi-rotors and is known for sharing and blogging details on multi-rotor gear he has hacked to ease the pain for other pilots.
Your support, if you so choose, via patreon helps cover the costs of his development and support.