Intel unveiled a quadcopter on Tuesday, aimed at developers, researchers, and UAV enthusiasts to “help get applications airborne quickly.”

According to Intel, the ready-to-fly unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) development platform is a fully assembled quadcopter, built around the Intel Aero Compute Board, with a Linux operating system, and RealSense for vision.

The drone also has AirMap’s software development kit pre-loaded. AirMap, basically, helps drone users fly only where it’s safe and legal to do so.

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AirMap also makes data accessible in real time to other entities, including airports and regulators who require information on how and where drones are operating.

The Aero Ready-to-Fly drone will be available to purchase Q4 2016, although Intel did not announce a price or sale date.