Guys,If you need precise GNSS for your robots then you need RTK. If you don't know much about RTK, you may lose a lot of money (and hair) on weak RTK GNSS systems. I've written a post to show the…Continue
"Roby, Yes x 3. Preliminary data sheet is attached. However, before selling it and joining your list of undesirables :), we really need to do more testing. If you are up for it, I can get you a system. …"
"Henrik, Your board with the positional LEDs is super slick. I'm digging that! Did you design it? Is it open source / or are you going to market it?
Hey, you're absolutely right that "tough environment" isn't at all…"
"Roby, Those are good questions and I will get you answers! However, because GPS conditions change continuously, we'll have to come up with some measurement metrics - something meaningful to compare performance to. For example, we…"
"Roby, Very interesting article. Since 2000 I've used Novatel and uBlox receivers on various UAVs, particularly VTOL. The early uBlox receivers were so-so with firmware changes from uBlox making us lose hair when one…"
Guys,If you need precise GNSS for your robots then you need RTK. If you don't know much about RTK, you may lose a lot of money (and hair) on weak RTK GNSS systems. I've written a post to show the beginner what they need for a super solid precision RTK GNSS. Included are specific companies and prices -- I've not seen this guide anywhere else.…See More