# Community Supported & Experimental Autopilots


For more information about PX4 project autopilot board support levels see: px4.io/autopilots/ (opens new window).

# Community Supported Autopilots

Boards in this category are fully supported, but are not following industry standards and might have sole-source supply chain risks. See the list of Pixhawk standard boards for a list of products that are officially supported by PX4 and are following industry standards.

# Experimental Autopilots

This category is for experimental autopilots (and autopilot "platforms") that are not supported by either the PX4 project team or by a manufacturer.

Boards in this category must work with at least one PX4 release for a defined vehicle type. They may not be compatible with the current PX4 release, and compatibility is not maintained by the project for future releases.

# Experimental Vehicles

These are complete vehicles that have a fully integrated autopilot and other hardware (i.e. unlike the other autopilots listed, you can't use them in your own builds). They are listed in this page because from a PX4 software perspective, they are another autopilot.