Changes between Version 33 and Version 34 of Processing/Applanix


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Timestamp:
Dec 8, 2009 12:18:35 PM (10 years ago)
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emca
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  • Processing/Applanix

    v33 v34  
    1616   1. Plane applanix
    1717     1. Set receiver type to autodetect
    18      1. Point at the applanix/Extract directory (check this!) and 'Auto add all' (this should add a NovAtel OEM3 file)
    19      1. Select the Novatel file, click options and ''Make all epochs Kinematic'' (this is because the Novatel is the sensor on the plane, which is definitely kinematic!)
     18     1. Point at the applanix/Extract directory (check this!) and 'Auto add all' (this should add a !NovAtel OEM3 file)
     19     1. Select the Novatel file, click options and ''Make all epochs Kinematic'' (this is because the !NovAtel is the sensor on the plane, which is definitely kinematic!)
    2020     1. Run the conversion (check output for errors)
    2121   1. Base stations (repeat for all base stations - in the Rinex dir)
     
    4545       1. Combined separation - displays the difference between the forward and reverse solutions for each axis - want the error to be small (<10cm for X & Y, < 30cm for Z) and the separation tiny.
    4646       1. (mggr needs to transcribe the rest from notes)
    47    1. When happy you have the best you can, click ''Output -> Export to PosProc''.  Then save and exit POSGPS (goes back to POSPac)
     47   1. When happy you have the best you can, click ''Output -> Export to !PosProc''.  Then save and exit POSGPS (goes back to POSPac)
    4848 1. Run POSProc.
    4949   1. Change the Proc. filename kernel to YYYYJJJ.
     
    6262=== Optional extras ===
    6363
    64 Output as ASCII - this isn't used for processing, but you might want to be able to look through the position estimates manually/programmatically. Note this is how you obtain external nav files for CaliGeo.
     64Output as ASCII - this isn't used for processing, but you might want to be able to look through the position estimates manually/programmatically. Note this is how you obtain external nav files for !CaliGeo.
    6565 1. Hit Grid and ensure that all options (projection, UTM zone, etc) are appropriate for the dataset.
    6666 2. Hit 'OUTPUT', hit 'ok' (or hit XYZ button)