I have several questions and thought I would summarize them to one post:
I look to positoin a drone very accurately during a waypoint mission,
and the drone shall reach the same waypoint accurately during the next mission again.
I have seen the integration tutorial for the Navio 2 with the Pixhawk.
Very basic question therefore, does the Navio 2 work with the Reach module too?
What happens, e.g. during an auto waypoint mission or manual mode,
when the RTK / GPS fix gets lost? In the docs you write that a fix barely stays all the time during the mission. Would the drone move rapidely within the HDOP range of the GPS when the RTK fix gets lost?
I assume it could go anywhere within a 3m Diameter.
In industrial applications, redundancy is good / required.
And since the Navio 2 runs on the Raspberry Pi 3, can a flow camera,
e.g. with the Raspberry Pi Camera 2 be implemented /supported in the long run?
This would give redundancy to a mission / navigation when the GPS / RTK Fix is lost I would assume.
On the Pixhawk there is a Flow Camera available and the Reach works on the Pixhawk as well,
anyhow, as far as I know, Mission Planner / APM is not capable of fusing the GPS data with PX4Flow.
That is why I was keen on the Raspberry supporting optical flow.
When connecting the Reach either to the Navio 2 or the Pixhawk,
will it bring a secondary / external compass ?
I understand that the IMU onboard the reach is not activated yet. Any information on when that will be the case?
Thank you so much,