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.
Check out the Kickstarter
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?
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An interesting project Bill. Thanks for the info.
Hi RoboBill, I have already reached out to th