@Eric-Katzfey said in RTK (without Qgroundcontrol):
Mavlink messages for PX4.
the custom IOT board is at the base station, not on the drone - it uses wifi/LTE to send RTK data via AWS cloud.
We get the RTCM messages from AWS via MQTT - So we are able to get the RTK data on the linux part of the voxl. Now we want to send those RTCM messages into mavlink messages to the PX4 part of the VOXL and are unsure of the software to use etc.
That is great to hear. Thanks @Alex-Gardner!
I will update.
I assumed I was on the latest as I had seen I was on factory bundle 1.0.1 and saw on this page: https://docs.modalai.com/downloads/
That the latest factory bundle was 1.0.1.
Should I be paying attention to the
system-image: ModalAI 3.2.0
When checking whether the system needs an update?
Flight deck attached to a custom drone.
After ARM, the propellers were spinning, but the drone remained in place, as you can see in the video. The video from the Hires camera is displayed on the monitor .
I didn't know Docker had this feature, so thanks for that tip!
Docker built on VOXL is running at version 1.9.0 and from some articles I read it looks like multistage build started in 17.06 (https://docs.docker.com/engine/release-notes/prior-releases/)
So I don't believe this is supported.
Thank You for Your responses. Unfortunately Mission Planner doesn't see the device. I also tried via nuttx-shell, but voxl doesn't get any response from stm32, so it's probably a problem with the hardware.
@blakekrpec As I understand the ECL/EKF library integration so far, you can run several instances that each will fuse different sensor combinations (with individual blending) to accommodate for estimation state errors and the like....