hello, i buy navio2 by using sensor not drone, plane anything (to use mini-satellite)
(deliver information<barometer, gps, IMU, etc> to my GCS(laptop))
(raspberrypi3 B+ + Navio2 + Lte stick : mavproxy) — udp using ddns ---- (laptop : mission planner)
so i install emlid-raspbian os and follow step1
and there is just option, arduplane arducopter and
current state is not using ardupilot
i wanna navio2 just sensor, so how to setup my raspberrypi?
My situation is that :
(Raspberry + Navio2 + 4g Lte Stick : MAVproxy) ----- udp using ddns ---- (laptop : mission planner)
i try this on Raspberry pi by using MAVproxy :
sudo mavproxy.py --master=udp:127.0.0.1:14550 --out=udp:“yourdns.noip.com”:14550 --nodtr
but if my GCS(laptop using Mission Planner) try to connect my pi,
waiting for heartbeating
somebody help me!
What you are doing strikes me as a bit of over-kill to get sensor data. You could do this by setting up Ardupilot as ArduPlane, then just read the telemetry data (over SiK radio?) and never execute a flight plan.
There are two other options you might want to consider:
- Take an old Android phone and set it up to collect sensor data (barometer, GPS, IMU, etc). I have gone this path for simple projects (and even flown a phone on an RC airplane - complete with video).
- Hook the sensors directly to a Raspberry Pi. You can plug an old puck GPS into the USB, and places like AdaFruit have some nice sensors and code.
Because of this reasons.
- Mission planner and other gcs program are excellent to collect data and visual data
- I use 3 axis gimbal and gopro and wanna manipulate in air by using gcs
- Also i wanna use gps jammer by uing gcs
- And i already have.
So this reason. I think navio2 is best option by who is starter at coding and machine
Is there any way i can use that?
Are you following this guide?
If yes, you need to specify the IP address of your laptop, not 127.0.0.1 (it is a localhost IP address).
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