Ultra precise positioning at low cost and reduced form factor.
We just release TINY RTK, the world smallest RTK GPS based on u-blox NEO-M8P.
Size: 23.5 x 24.5 mm
- Centimeter‑level GNSS positioning for mass market, based on U-Blox M8P
- Integrated Real Time Kinematics (RTK) for fast time‑to‑market
- Smallest, lightest, and best energy‑efficient RTK module
- Receiver type: 72-channel GPS L1 , GLONASS L1, BeiDou B1, GALILEO E1
- Nav. update rate: up to 8 Hz
- Position accuracy: 2.5 cm
- Connectors: SMA, USB, JST-GH
- Data link: whatever can be connected to a UART : Bluetooth, 433-868-915 MHz radio link, XBee, WiFi...
We've decided to launch an INDIEGOGO campaign to lower chip prices by ordering mass.
If you're interested by precision GNSS and want a Plug&Play solution at an incredible price ... TINY RTK is designed for you !
We'll post regular informations about TINY RTK during the campaign. We're also available for answering your questions, do not hesitate.
@DROTEK It looks awesome, is it compatible and ready to use with Pixhawk?
Thanks @Brian but I am talking specifically about the uBlox NEO-M8P-2-10.
@RPM: NavSpark actually had a similar module much earlier, and it's significantly less expensive, but I don't know how it compares to the ublox module.
@KUJayhawk: I believe the M8P supports all the standard protocols that other ublox modules support, so it should work with DJI. The only difference is that the position estimate is/can be more accurate.
This is awesome, congrats on being the first (that I know of) to get it in usable form. I assume ublox has their own processing algorithm? What are the advantages over similar boards using RTKlib? Other than weight.
The M8P has the processor built-in. It does all the calculation internal to the module.
How does it work without a processor like Edison?