The GPS-RTK HAT for Raspberry Pi is an extension board that includes the u-blox GNSS module "ZED-F9P, " enabling quick locating to centimetre-Level accuracy. Additionally, it may be utilised for geofencing, controlling the movement of UAVs and heavy machinery, and determining the direction of vehicles.
Supports simultaneous GPS, BeiDou, Galileo, and GLONASS reception using multiple GNSS (Global Positioning Satellite Systems). Additionally, it supports SBAS and Moving Base RTK (Satellite Navigation Augmentation System). Fast convergence times, high update rates, little drift, and superior anti-spoofing and anti-jamming properties are all present.
RTK features a convergence time of fewer than 10 seconds, a sensitivity of -167dBm for tracking and navigating, and a position accuracy of 0.01m+1ppm CEP horizontally and vertically.
It is 30.5 x 65 mm and has a 1.14 inch LCD, LED x 4, USB-C connector, and 40-pin GPIO in addition to the GNSS module. The temperature range for operation is -40 to +85 °C. It supports both the NVIDIA Jetson Nano and the Raspberry Pi.
The GPS-RTK HAT for Raspberry Pi is available for 260 pounds throughout the campaign. Shipping will take place in November 2022.
Up to October 8, 2022, GPS-RTK HAT for Raspberry Pi is being crowdfunded. Approximately £9, 979 have been collected since September 26, 2022, which is more than 15 times the £500 goal.