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


Key features

  • 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

Go To TINY RTK campaign


We'll post regular informations about TINY RTK during the campaign. We're also available for answering your questions, do not hesitate.


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  • @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.


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  • Do you have a DJI solution?
  • Merci Brian

  • 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?

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