Ground stations are the means you have available in the field to interact with your autonomous vehicle, so they're a very important part of the toolset to conduct your work or hobby. The ground station as we know it now is not just there to support your activities to plan or execute the flight, they also contain functions for initial setups, configuration of sensors and parameters that manipulate their behavior and post-flight analysis tools.
I wrote a public, anonymous survey where my intention is to see how people experience ground stations in general, with the intention to learn more on how they are experienced. Are they easy to use? Do many people just use them to log the flight data? How many people are in your team? How do you divide the roles?
There are ten questions, most multiple choice, so shouldn't take too long. Looking forward to the responses.
In good opensource fashion, the detailed survey results are also open, so when you complete the survey, you get a link to download the results yourself (so far, of course). My intention is to run this survey for about a week, which is about the time a blog post sort of disappears into the archives. So this survey will close sunday evening 1st of february at 24h UTC. After that, I'll get the results and make a new blog post on the findings and the numbers.
The survey is available here: