RTK GNSS module for precise navigation and UAV mapping without GCP
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Reach calculates real-time coordinates with centimeter accuracy
and streams them in NMEA or binary format to your device
over UART, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
Centimeter accuracy without GCP
Reach module logs precise tracks and the exact moment
when each photo is taken.
Usually autopilot triggers the camera and records the coordinate it has at the moment. When the drone is flying at 20m/s and GPS works at 5Hz, that means your autopilot will have position readings only each 4m. While enough for navigation such readings are not suitable for precise georeferencing. Also, there is always a delay between the trigger and the actual moment the photo is taken.
Reach module solves this by directly connecting to the camera hot shoe port which is synced to the shutter. The time of each photo is logged with a resolution of less than a microsecond.
Every time a photo is taken camera produces a pulse on a flash hot-shoe connector which is synced to a shutter opening.
Reach captures flash sync pulses with sub-microsecond resolution and stores them in a raw data RINEX log in internal memory.
After the flight get the RINEX logs from your airborne Reach module and a base station (Reach RS, CORS or other receiver).
Process RINEX files using the free RTKLIB software. Produced file with precise coordinates of the photos can be used for georeferencing.
Easily configure correction input, solution output, update rate and satellite systems in use. Manage Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections.
When connected to the internet it will automatically check if the new version is available and show you a notitication. Simply tap the update button to receive new features and advancements.
Logs are automatically recorded in internal memory. View a list of the logs and download them using the ReachView app.
ReachView shows current satellite signal strength, constellation visibility forecast, your location on a map and much more.