See the first results from MEDEA, Rokubun's affordable multi-frequency GNSS computer based on u-blox ZED-F9P chipset.
MEDEA features an application processor besides the GNSS chipsets that allows to run your own GNSS data processing software.
For this demonstration, we've installed Rokubun's real-time navigation filter, which is based on undifferenced and uncombined (i.e. zero-difference) processing of the GNSS raw measurements: Undifferenced and Uncombined Processing Engine (UUPE).
In the video below, we are showing a real run test. The red trajectory is native u-blox ZED-F9P results (extracted from u-blox processing engine), and blue is Rokubun's UUPE navigation filter. Rokubun Navigation Engine shows a very accurate track, similar to the one performed by a commercial product.
This activity is funded by the EUSPA UNION project*. For more information about the project, follow us on Twitter (@GsaUnion) or visit our website www.union-navigation.eu.
*This project has received funding from the European GNSS Agency research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No GSA/GRANT/06/2019-UNION