My company is looking at getting two Reach RS2s so we can establish our own GCPs. Most cases we will just need high relative accuracy to check for scaling issues with photogrammetry projects.
I’m wondering if anyone can share some workflow ideas or correct me if I’m wrong on any ideas I have. I want to know workflow without using RTK correction networks.
Case 1: set GCPs for scaling checks. Set base RS2 up with no known point, use rover RS2 to collect GCPs. Simple, no processing, I can check relative accuracy of my project this way.
Case 2: set base on known point, rover will data collect georeferenced GCPs. No post processing.
Case 3: I have no known point and want to set my own control. My understanding is that it’s best to leave base logging for an hour minimum and then download RINEX data from the closest source. (Which is available if I’m in my normal region). My question here is can I data collect GCPs with the rover as the base is logging? And how do I apply PPK corrections to these observations?
Case 4: I am >100km from a known active control point but I need to georeference my GCPs. How do I do this?