"Thank you, Chris, for encouraging words! :-)
Chris and other colleagues, who already have our system, please, share even more on your experience with Marvelmind Indoor "GPS" and we will enrich the functionality of the system further and…"
"We recently published some updates on ROS support:
ROS support on Raspberry 2 and Raspberry 3:
Marvelmind ROS package - bitbucket link.
Marvelmind ROS package v1.0.6 compatibility and main changes:
"Additionally, we recently published instructions for integration with ROS:
http://www.marvelmind.com/#Interfaces =>; ROS support on Raspberry 2 and Raspberry 3
Please, check the instructions on ROS integration"
The use case is rather simple. We connect out mobile beacon to Pixhawk board's GPS input and let Pixhawk to believe that it is connected to GPS. That is it.
My colleague will share a more detailed document today.
Yes, we support UART, virtual UART via USB, and SPI.
So far, the customer have been implementing the interfaces in their systems by themselves based on our interface descriptions:
From mobile beacon via virtual UART via USB
Protocol of data…"
"We are progressing with SW development a lot and publishing new releases quite regularly:
There is also FAQ, where we are answering questions and suggesting some troubleshooting to our customers.
We are glad to hear that you are happy with the performance of our system (http://www.marvelmind.com/).
Regarding copters, I can only comment that about 1/3 of our customers are successfully flying copters using our system. What are your…"
"The key benefit of solution by http://marvelmind.com/ is that even if the visual target for landing is lost from the camera view, the system still knows where the copter is. Thus, the system can provide data to guide the copter back to the landing…"
We recently shot another video:
It shows possibilities to trace with high precision (+-2cm) over 90m in 2D, but with similar deployment with additional beacons it will be 3D. The system coverage can be expanded beyond 90 meters…"