I’m pretty new to this space, so please give me some slack …
Working on a project to construct an rc car driven by 4 independent (drone) motors on every wheel to drive at high speed with maximum control.
I’d love to include a PX4 to see what it can do. However: Will QGroundcontrol allow me to set up a car configuration and do torque vectoring on the wheels, for instance a software differential?
This is not a Rover project, this is not about 100% autonomous driving, this about about ‘sensor supported’ rc driving to increase speed and control.
Would love to understand if this is done before and/or if this technology stack can be used for this purpose (ideally without coding)?