GNSS boards with PX4 Autopilot support

By on 10 August, 2022

Septentrio has announced compatibility of its single- and dual-antenna AsteRx-m3 and mosaic receivers with PX4 Autopilot, which, the company says, opens the door to reliable and resilient RTK positioning for UAVs.

PX4 Autopilot is one of the largest commercially adopted open-source navigation control stacks, enabling the community to build and maintain drone hardware and software in a scalable way.

Septentrio claims its positioning receivers are secure against GPS jamming and spoofing, with built-in AIM+ Advanced Interference Mitigation technology. They also offer either heading and pitch or heading and roll angles on top of accurate GNSS positioning.

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