I am writing because I am a bit confused about the compatibility between Reach RS+ and the Topodrone GNSS reciever on my drone. I was trying to post process my photos with the .ubx file from topodrone as a rover and the .ubx from Reachs RS+ that i used as a base during the flight. I follow the guidelines from the site. At the geotagging step, I get the error: there are more images than points: 0 points, 60 images.
My guesses are:
Maybe the setup of Reach rs+ was not right. I just placed it near the landing area and turned on raw data recording during the flight. Did I do it right?I didnt find a tutorial about that.
Maybe I am missing some piece of hardware like the Reach m+/m2 to collect the data from the camera of the topodrone kit already do this job?
Thank you !
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Please send us the raw data logs from the base and the rover. It’s quite hard to draw any conclusions without looking into them. You can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If there are zero points, probably the logging timeframes of the base and the rover don’t match. But to be sure, I want to post-process it myself.
The raw data logging should be enabled before you perform the flight, not during it. If the landing area has a clear sky view, it’s fine.
Regarding tutorials, you can check our guide describing how to log data for PPK, and the guide about placing Reach base.
I assume it should record time marks in the raw data log, and you don’t need Reach M+/M2. But I’d like to check the raw data log to be sure.
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