One benefit of setting up GPS on a drone is to get real time GPS coordinates – so when you crash you can track down your model. You could display them in your OSD, but that’s only useful when you have video signal or to look back in the DVR. In this guide I will show you how to record GPS coordinates inside the Taranis.
In this tutorial I will show you why and how to setup GPS in Betaflight, and explain what GPS module you should get. With GPS enabled you can display coordinates and home arrow on OSD, or have GPS rescue mode available.
Another Arduino GPS Project – Mini GPS Device
Garlow is a mini GPS Watch that is based on the Arduino Nano board. It’s not really that “mini” compared to other commercial GPS watch like the Garmin, but I really made a great effort to bring the size down. In fact it looks more like a GPS clock. The first version Arduino GPS logger I built was based on the Arduino UNO, and it was larger than 2 packs of poker cards stacked together. It works just as well as a Garmin GPS watch.
Do I need to say more about GPS? See here for some background info: Global Positioning System (GPS)
In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to use Arduino, a GPS Arduino shield and a SD card to make a handheld Arduino GPS logger, to record your latitude and longitude over the course of a day.