Since UAVCAN is now supported in the most recent versions of APM, it is now possible to use Zubax GNSS with ArduCopter and ArduPlane. We prepared a tutorial at docs.zubax.com that explains how to configure APM to make it use UAVCAN-interfaced sensors; hopefully, this article will be included into APM wiki soon as well.
For those unaware, Zubax GNSS is a high performance positioning module that includes a state-of-the-art GNSS receiver with RF shielding, huge patch antenna, compass, barometer, and a UAVCAN interface. You can learn more about it here, you're encouraged to ask questions here, and it can be ordered from here and here. Over the last half a year we were delighted to find a number of discussion posts around the internets praising its performance, so we're convinced that Zubax GNSS deserves its price tag. ;)
As of UAVCAN - as was stated in a presentation on the recent ELC conference, last RFC will be released in a couple of weeks, but comments and feedback concerning the specification are already (always) welcome on the UAVCAN mailing list.
That's it for a spontaneous news post. Stay tuned for updates (say, why not subscribe to our forum?), as we're going to release something cool soon.