DIY RTK device - ArduSimple Board

Hello,

Based on a SimpleRTK2B board from ArduSimple, I built an RTK device similar to the viDoc.
This device connects to a mobile phone via USB for data and power.
ArduSimple developed a mobile application named “GNSS Master” that allows the use of RTK-GNSS data from their boards on any Android app.
On the Android side, in settings (developer mode), the “Select Mock Location App” option must be activated and “GNSS Master” selected. And that’s it.

The device’s 3D-printed cover was designed for a OnePlus mobile phone.

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Here is the GNSS data with corrections in the “GNSS Master” app.

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And this is Pix4Dcatch receiving RTK data with “Integrated GPS sensor” selected.
By the way, the H and V accuracy should have two decimal places so we can see the centimeter-level accuracy of the RTK data.

To maintain the centimeter-level accuracy achieved with this device, it would be great if I could also calibrate the device’s antenna and camera using the “Camera Offset Measurements” setup, as is already done with RTK-supported devices.

Is Pix4D open to supporting DIY/Open Source RTK devices?
You already have the software; please allow the disruption of the RTK hardware to begin.

Best regards,
André Magro