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using a RTK gps system for a windturbine inspection quadricopter project

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ultrafuge Jun 8, 2017. 5 Replies

Hi,I have a question about using a RTK gps system for a quadricopter project.I hope i'm in the right category for that.We have to precisely position the drone (3m +/- 10cm) around a wing of…Continue

 

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Ultrafuge replied to Maxime Bourgeois's discussion using a RTK gps system for a windturbine inspection quadricopter project
"Tallysman 3710 for base and 2710 for rover, better S/N and less multipathing. You can try first with the supplied antennas maybe they are good enough in your environment, you can upgrade any time."
Jun 8, 2017
Maxime Bourgeois replied to Maxime Bourgeois's discussion using a RTK gps system for a windturbine inspection quadricopter project
"Thank you again for your answer, it is definitely very helpful ! Two more questions about the Emlid Reach: - In the docs they advise to not use it as a primary GPS but only as a secondary, however I only have one serial port on my autopilot to…"
Jun 8, 2017
Ultrafuge replied to Maxime Bourgeois's discussion using a RTK gps system for a windturbine inspection quadricopter project
"I use the Emlid Reach, it is easy to use better antennas which is key for me. Never tried a Here+ can not comment. As you use it for making money I would buy both and see what works better. MAYBE you find out the Here+ is easier to integrate and the…"
Jun 8, 2017
Maxime Bourgeois replied to Maxime Bourgeois's discussion using a RTK gps system for a windturbine inspection quadricopter project
"Hi, thank you very much for your answer ! Though there are two points I didn't understand in your answer: - What do you mean by " IF you have a Fix solution" ? Is it that hard to get a fix with a RTK system ? - What is the…"
Jun 8, 2017
Ultrafuge replied to Maxime Bourgeois's discussion using a RTK gps system for a windturbine inspection quadricopter project
"Hi, the CEP of a standard GNSS is 2.5m, which translates into more than 2.5m error 50% of the time ! This assumes clear sky view, which you don't have as the mast and to some extent the wing will partly block the view for the GNSS, making…"
Jun 5, 2017
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using a RTK gps system for a windturbine inspection quadricopter project

Hi,I have a question about using a RTK gps system for a quadricopter project.I hope i'm in the right category for that.We have to precisely position the drone (3m +/- 10cm) around a wing of awindturbine for taking high quality pictures.We have mounted a rotating lidar (RPLidar A2) on our Erle Copter to get aposition feedback on the pitch and roll axis, that we run through a P controllerto send velocity commands to ArduCopter. The commands are sent in Python throughDroneKit using…See More
Jun 2, 2017

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Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
I'm currently embedded software developper.
I've done some mission about dedication of UAV to industry usage (inspection...).
Hometown:
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