Hello EMLID community,
I am using a REACH RS2 a base and a REACH M2 as rover in the context of positioning an UAV.
I am sending for the M2 NMEA messages to my onboard computer connected to usb. I then choose in the ReachViewApp USB-to-PC connection. I am receiving well the NMEA messages and my X,Y position are good and precise (after some time to converge).But my Z position is not good, my plan is to built a small code to process the messages so I can extract the ''height" measurement that I can see on the ReachView app, and then just take the difference between the Base height and the rover height to have the relative height of the UAV. I put you a screenshot of the ReachView tab so you guys can see what I am talking about.
How can I achieve this ? Do I have to change of communication protocol or can I achieve this with NMEA protocol ?
Figure : see the height value of the rover and the base in the “Position” and “Base position” section