Xsens has released an article detailing how to interface their MTi-670/680 GNSS-aided INS (inertial navigation system) with the Septentrio Mosaic-X5 GNSS receiver. The combination of Xsens’ GNSS-INS with the low-power multi-constellation GNSS receiver creates an ideal precise positioning and navigation solution for autonomous drones and robotic vehicles.
Read the full article on Xsens’ website here
The article includes:
- An overview of the Septentrio Mosaic-X5 GNSS receiver and the format of its output messages
- Details of the hardware interfacing required between the MTi-670/680 and the Mosaic-X5
- Configuring the Septentrio Mosaic-X5, including the receiving of RTK correction messages
- Configuring the MTi-670/680 GNSS/INS
- How to use the timepulse signal to synchronize with UTC, GLONASS or the internal time
To find out more about how to interface Xsens’ MTi-670/680 GNSS-aided INS with a GNSS receiver for industrial robotics applications, read the full article on Xsens’ website.