Just venturing into the wonderful world of RTK and looking for advice…it’s probably a rather basic question for people with experience, but I’ll ask as a newbie…
This is what I am trying to achieve:
- Download a set of geotagged images which have the standard camera GPS accuracy (i.e. quite poor) and a timestamp from the camera
- Use RTK suitable equipment to determine the ‘real’ GPS locations at the times of the images, based on the RTK system being at a known datum point location
- Rewrite the corrected GPS locations to the images so that their positions can be plotted accurately
For my purposes, the current 5-10m error between image geotag and actual location is an issue, but I would only need to achieve an improvement to +/- 50cm to get to the performance I need. I also only really need X/Y absolute pos. accuracy - I’m not too worried about elevation…
- What EMLID equipment would I need?
- Any advice on the correction workflow - is there a tool where this can be done easily, or does it need to be semi-manual, with several steps
All suggestions welcome!