When your rover is tired and needs to call it a day for recharging its batteries, it needs a home. But to come out the next day, it needs to backout... i.e. to have a backwards function... sort of like a copter's landing and take off.I realize there…
"I'm no Piksi/Pixhawk expert and I'm trying to do the same basic pattern. I believe I don't need any more "modules". You might also look at the Piksi forum. Hopefully there you can find out what still needs to be done. "
"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…"
"I've played with the Piksi and while its goal is amazing accuracy, its still in early beta. Frankly I haven't had much luck with it in less than perfect sky views. Since my rover is to be used in a known area like a backyard, my money (literally) is…"
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…
My son the programmer is telling me he can create a map of a simple interior space like a hallway using our rotating LIDAR LITE or SF02. But he thinks its not possible to map outdoors... its too "noisy"... so we're kinda stuck.
I've always believed the scanner can be attached to an aerial drone. If your drone can lift a gimbaled camera system with three motors, then the scanner should be NBD. My son, the programmer, is currently working on connecting your laser to…"