Precise GPS GNSS positioning with a Raspberry Pi and the RTKLIB #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Thanks to Ingmar for sending in this tip! Ingmar writes:
I wrote a how to guide with actual seven chapters which describe step by step how to setup a differential GPS solution with the Raspberry Pi and the RTK library. The plan is to build a robot which is able to navigate very precise with this setup.
The differential GPS solution is now working. The setup consist out of a base station and a mobile unit which is the robot itself.
Actual I am working on the Python program which will control my robot by using the precise GPS solution calculated by the RTK library. The first test program with PYNMEA is now online on my blog.
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