Howdy All,

I stumbled across this project yesterday. It uses UWB Decawave chips. The Pozyx is a Arduino shield. The system is made up of 4 anchors around the room and 1 arduino compatible tag. A Pozyx team member confirmed that their system could be programmed to produce a "fake" GPS signal so perhaps it could be plugged into the GPS input of a Pixhawk. 

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    • can this sensor using in rover ?

    • Our plan is to program the Arduino to send real GPS messages to the Pixhawk based on the location of the Pozyx. So as far as the Pixhawk/rover is concerned its connected to a real GPS. If all goes according to plan, we'll be able to use the Mission Planner as well.

      Hopefully others here will join in to suggest better ways and/or maybe with some Arduino code to try.

      Also since it did reach its ROS support stretch goal, maybe the Erle Robotic controller might be the way to go.


    • great ,Are you have demo?

    • Anyone can sign up on the Pozyx website (above) for the latest news and information.

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    An interesting project Bill.  Thanks for the info.

    Thanks, Grant.

  • Hi RoboBill, I have already reached out to th

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