Software applications

First of all, Veronte Link is required to connect a MEX to a computer. Then, it can be configured with MEX PDI Builder and calibrated with MEX PDI Calibration.

Veronte Link

Veronte Link establishes communication between a computer and any Veronte product by creating a VCP bridge. It allows to use multiple control stations and devices to be interconnected, operating simultaneously. Veronte Link also includes a post-flight viewer, to reproduce all recorded data from previous flights and generate plots and reports.

Read the user manual for Veronte Link for more information.

MEX PDI Builder

MEX PDI Builder is the main configuration tool to adapt a MEX to a specific vehicle, including user-defined commnication protocols. It includes:

  • Telemetry: real-time onboard UAV metrics, such as sensors, actuators and control states.

  • Communications: through general purpose inputs and outputs, PWMs and CAN channels.

  • Stick control signal management: compatible with Stick Expander, Futaba, Jeti, FrSky and TBS. It includes custom configuration for other sticks.

  • Arbitration: MEX is able to send PWM signals using arbitration in the same way Veronte Autopilot 4x does.

Read the user manual for MEX PDI Builder for more details.

MEX PDI Calibration

MEX PDI Calibration is a straightforward application employed to calibrate the magnetometer embedded in MEX. It is recommended to use the MEX PDI Calibration the first time and every time MEX is employed at a different region, since the magnetic field of the Earth may change.

For more details, read the user manual for MEX PDI Calibration.


By default, MEX has not any configuration. In consequence, MEX will be in maintenance mode and Veronte Link will show the Loaded with Error status. Nonetheless, it is possible to load a new configuration with MEX PDI Builder; since the maintenance mode allows to connect a computer and load any configuration, with any connection (USB, RS-232, RS-485 or CAN).