- D-RTK 2
|GNSS Frequency||Simultaneously receive：|
GPS: L1 C/A, L2, L5
BEIDOU: B1, B2, B3
GLONASS: F1, F2
Galileo: E1, E5A, E5B
|Positioning Accuracy||Single Point|
Horizontal：1 cm+ 1 ppm(RMS)
Vertical：2 cm+ 1 ppm(RMS)
1 ppm: For every 1 km increase in distance, the accuracy will be 1 mm less. For example, the horizontal accuracy is 1.1 cm when the receiving end is 1 km away from the base station.
|Positioning Update Rate||1 Hz, 2 Hz, 5 Hz, 10 Hz and 20 Hz|
|Cold Start||＜45 s|
|Hot Start||＜10 s|
|Recapture Time||＜1 s|
|Differential Data Format||RTCM 2.X/3.X|
|Features||Built-in high-precision 6-axis accelerometer|
D-RTK 2 movement monitoring
Electronic bubble level
|Dimensions(D-RTK 2 body with extension rod)||168 mm×168 mm×1708 mm|
Communication and Data Storage
|Data Link||OcuSync, Wi-Fi, LAN, 4G|
|Operating Frequency||2.400 GHz to 2.483 GHz (China, United States, Australia, Europe, Japan, Korea)|
5.725 GHz to 5.850 GHz (China, United States, Australia)
SRRC (Mainland China) / CE (Europe) / MIC (Japan) / KCC (Korea): < 20 dBm
FCC (United States, Australia) / NCC (Taiwan, China): < 26 dBm
FCC (United States, Australia) / SRRC (Mainland China) / NCC (Taiwan, China): < 26 dBm
SRRC (Mainland China) / CE (Europe) / MIC (Japan) / KCC (Korea): < 20 dBm
FCC (United States, Australia) / NCC (Taiwan, China): < 22 dBm
FCC (United States, Australia) / SRRC (Mainland China) / NCC (Taiwan, China): < 22 dBm
|Communication Distance||Operating Mode 1/3|
SRRC/NCC/FCC/MIC/KCC/CE: 2 km
(Unobstructed and free of interference, when the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station is used as a base station and the distance from the D-RTK 2 antenna to the bottom of the tripod is 1.8 m, when the difference in height between the remote controller and D-RTK 2 is less than 2 m, and when the remote controller is 1.2 m from ground level)
Operating Mode 4
Operating Mode 5
|Memory Capacity||16 GB|
|Power Consumption||12 W|
|Power Supply||16.5 to 58.8VDC|
Capacity: 4920 mAh
Energy: 37.3 WH
|Run Time||WB37 battery：＞2 h|
MG-12000P battery：＞50 h
|Operating Temperature||4° to 131° F (-20° to 55° C)|
- D-RTK 2
DOCUMENTS & MANUALS
D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station Release Notes(Video) How to Set Up the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station
D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station for Matrice Series Release Notes
D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station User Guide v2.0
WCH2 Charging Hub User Guide v1.2
2017-07-06(Video) Matrice 300 RTK | D-RTK 2 Mobile Station User Instruction
DJI Assistant 2 For Matrice
DJI Assistant 2 For Phantom
DJI Assistant 2 for MG(Video) 3 Tips while Using the DJI D-RTK 2 Base Station
- D-RTK 2
- 1.What are the differences between the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station and the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station For Matrice Series?
Appearance: The Matrice version has a "For Matrice Series" mark on the body of the Mobile Station.
If no new firmware updates are run, the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station is compatible with the Agras MG series, Phantom 4 RTK, P4 Multispectral, whereas the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station For Matrice Series is compatible only with the Matrice 210 RTK V2.
If no new firmware updates are run, the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station can be used as a rover station and as a handheld RTK to set ground control points manually. Support is coming soon for using it as a base station. The Matrice version can currently be used as a rover station and will be able to be used as a base station.See AlsoHow to make the "cubed" symbol (small 3 above a number) - ZESOLUTION.COM21 Inspiring Mission Statement Examples That Captivate Ideal Buyers (+ Template)part time financial accounting jobs in Dubai - 522 part time financial accounting job openingsBest Time Tracking App For Freelancers & Employers (Updated 2022)
- 2.How do I run the unifying firmware update of the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station and the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station For Matrice Series?
1. When upgrading the unifying firmware of the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station, you can choose the corresponding operation mode to make it compatible with Agras series, Phantom 4 RTK, P4 Multispectral, Matrice 210 RTK V2, and Matrice 300 RTK.
2. Users of the Matrice Series version can download the latest DJI Assistant 2 for Matrice on the Matrice 300 RTK download page to upgrade its firmware to the latest version. If you are unable to link your D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station For Matrice Series to Matrice Series aircrafts, please contact the DJI after-sales representatives for help.
3. Users of the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station can run the unifying firmware update via the aircraft’s operating app or DJI Assistant 2 after the firmware updates for the following products are complete.
Aras T16/T20: V 02.03.02xx and above
Phantom 4 RTK: V 02.02.05xx and above
Note: refer to the actual firmware release for what the xx stands for in the version number.
4. DJI will only produce regular D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Stations in the future, which will be compatible with Agras series, Phantom 4 RTK, P4 Multispetral, Matrice 210 RTK V2 and Matrice 300 RTK. You can run firmware updates for the Agras series and Phantom 4 RTK through their operating apps or DJI Assistant 2. However, it is recommended to upgrate Matrice series firmware through DJI Assistant 2.(Video) Phantom 4 RTK / D-RTK 2 Station Mobile Station Setup
5. How do I switch between different operation modes after running the unifying firmware update?
D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station supports 5 operation modes that work with different products. You can refer to the form below and choose the relevant operation mode.
1) Long press the mode button for 2 seconds to begin mode-switching. (the indicator light will change from green to yellow) 2) Short press the mode button to switch between different modes, the newly selected mode will be in effect 2 seconds after a selection is made. You can refer to the table below for more details.3) If no action is taken after 2 seconds, the Mobile Station will remain in its current operation mode.
Product Name & Compatible Products
Number of Indicator Blinks
Operation Mode 1
(Agras T20 / Agras T16 / MG-1P RTK / Phantom 4 RTK/ P4 Multispectral)
Operation Mode 2
Operation Mode 3
Handheld Mapping Device
(Agras T20 / T16 / MG-1P RTK/ Phantom 4 RTK)
Operation Mode 4
Rover Station (Matrice 210 RTK V2)
Operation Mode 5
Rover Station (Broadcast Mode, Matrice 300 RTK）
* Support coming soon
- 3.What satellite navigation systems does the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station support?
The D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station supports four satellite navigation systems: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BEIDOU. It is capable of receiving 11 signals: GPS L1, L2, L5; GLONASS L1, L2; Galileo E1, E5A, E5B, BEIDOU B1, B2, B3.
- 4.What is the difference between the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station and D-RTK?
There are 2 main differences:
a. Physical differences: D-RTK is a module that includes 2 sets of RTK receivers, antennas, and radios. One receiver can be used as the base station while the other as the rover station to transmit differential data via radio. D-RTK 2 Mobile Station is an all-in-one product that integrates a high-precision receiver and transmission links, making it easy to set up and use.
b. Performance differences: D-RTK has two versions that receive GPS+BDS or GPS+ GLONASS signals depending on different regions and signal coverages. D-RTK 2 Mobile Station only has one version globally that supports four satellite navigation systems: GPS, BEIDOU, GLONASS, and Galileo, receiving 11 signals, which is more than the signals the D-RTK can receive. The new antennas ensure better signal reception and higher positioning accuracy.
- 5.Why does the D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station not support D-RTK?
Because the data links are different.
- 6.Is there any region restriction on the operation of D-RTK 2 High Precision GNSS Mobile Station after upgrading its unifying firmware?
The Chinese version of the Mobile Station can only be used in Mainland China. Please follow the local laws and regulations when using other versions in other regions, specifically regarding support for 2.4GHz and 5.8 GHz transmissions.
- Power Source
- 1.What are the power sources of the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station?
There are three power sources:1. Internal battery WB37-4920mAh-7.6V2. External battery (MG12000P)3. AC power adapter
- 2.How long does the internal battery last?
At least two hours. The battery can be charged through the external power port on the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station, or removed and charged with the charger.
- 3.Does the internal battery need to be removed when the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station is not in use?
Yes. When not in use, please remove the battery. When powered off, the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station enters standby. If the battery is left in the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station, it will stand by for 10 days and then power off automatically to protect the battery, after which the battery needs to be changed or recharged.
- 4.Will the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station shut down when switching to an external power source?
When the internal battery is fully charged, the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station will stay on for at least two hours. If an external power source is connected before the internal battery is drained, the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station will continue to function, otherwise it will shut down.
- Using the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station
- 1.Do I need to calibrate the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station with a reference point?
If there is a point with known location coordinates, simply place the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station exactly on that point then input the coorinates in the App. Make sure the difference in distance between the input and actual coordinates is less than 5 meters, or the input will not work.
- 2.How does the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station sense movement and determine if it is upright?
The D-RTK 2 Mobile Station is equipped with a high-performance IMU to monitor the status of the device and send that information to the aircraft. If the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station is moved or toppled over, the aircraft will stop performing RTK functions and display the status of the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station in the remote controller app.
- 3.How do I import a fixed set of coordinates into the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station?
This can be done in the remote controller app, please see the user manual for more information.
- 4.How do I run updates on the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station?
Log in to DJI ASSISTANT 2 with your DJI account, connect the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station to the PC with a Type-C cable and run the firmware update.(Video) DJI Agriculture D RTK 2 Planning Field tutorial
D-RTK 2 Mobile Station is DJI's upgraded high-precision GNSS receiver that supports all major global satellite navigation systems, providing real-time differential corrections that generate centimeter-level positioning data for improved relative accuracy.What does RTK mean DJI? ›
Real Time Kinematics, or RTK for short, is a special technique for satellite positioning that can produce accurate results to the centimeter, making it an invaluable tool for surveyors around the world. The method involves measuring satellite data against a ground station for precise, real time information.Does an RTK drone need a base station? ›
How Do RTK Drones Work? RTK equipped drones use a base station for GPS corrections. A base station is a stationary object with defined precise coordinates. The drone communicates with the base station in real-time, hence the name, and receives GPS corrections multiple times per second.How do you use D-RTK? ›
And hold the power button to turn on the dr TK to mobile station. And then the our status indicatorDo I need RTK for mapping? ›
RTK workflows provide precise data when properly managed and applied. This is a benefit to anyone using any kind of mapping whether it's DTM, DEM, Contours, or a simple ortho.How accurate is RTK drone? ›
The average error for the P4 RTK maps came out to 3.65 cm, or about 0.27% of real-world measurements. For comparison, using GCPs a user can expect 3 cm accuracy, and using a GPS unit, like a Trimble Catalyst, a user can expect 3 cm accuracy.How does RTK work in drones? ›
Real-time kinematic (RTK) processing on a drone records GPS information and geotags images as they're captured during flight. The GPS location is recorded for the center of each image. While the drone is in flight, an active base station on the ground sends it raw GPS data.What is an RTK license? ›
An RTK Licence allows users to achieve centimetre level accuracy in real-time where there is a phone signal. RTK makes GPS/GNSS a very efficient tool for surveys, construction staking, machine control and many other ways where precise real-time positioning is valuable.What does RTK stand for? ›
RTK is short for real time kinematics. A GPS receiver capable of RTK takes in the normal signals from the Global Navigation Satellite Systems along with a correction stream to achieve 1cm positional accuracy. GNSS includes satellites from GPS (USA), GLONASS (Russia), Beidou (China), and Galileo (Europe).What is RTK base station? ›
Real Time Kinematic (RTK)
Real Time Kinematic is a technique used to increase the accuracy of GNSS positions using a fixed base station, that wirelessly sends out correctional data to a moving receiver.
The Mavic 2.0 with Ocusync 2.0 can use either 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz which gives it more flexibility when there is a lot of interference in transmission. It auto-switches between these two frequencies. So, the system is even more robust.
RTK Module Included
To this end, this Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced package includes a powerful RTK Module. This accessory gives the ability to fly with centimeter-level accuracy. The module also enables you to create up to 240 waypoints for automated, detailed inspection missions in the most complex environments.
- No need to spend time placing GCPs in places that are difficult to access.
- No need for after flight GNSS post-processing.
- Real-time corrections are made using the real time GPS positioning of the drone.
- Better waypoint navigation, useful for challenging environments.
Phantom 4 Pro RTK Connection Process - Pre Map Pilot useWhat do you need for RTK? ›
For RTK, you need two GNSS receivers: one is static and called a “base station,” the other is moving and is called a “rover.” While both receivers observe the same satellites simultaneously, the static base station is placed at a point with known coordinates (a benchmark or a point measured beforehand).How accurate is DJI GPS? ›
Using a standard GPS on a DJI Phantom 3, you can typically expect to have around 1 meter (3 ft) horizontal accuracy. So if you draw a circle around you with a 1m radius, and give someone your GPS location, they're expected to be somewhere within this circle.
However, when it comes to photogrammetry, to get a reasonable level of absolute accuracy, we need RTK data. In RTK-equipped drones, such data is embedded into every image that the drone takes when the RTK signal is available. The photogrammetry software later uses this data to use precise camera center positions.What is LiDAR drone? ›
LiDAR drones are any drones made to carry a LiDAR sensor. They are used to collect data that can be used to make detailed 3D models for a variety of applications and industries.What is the difference between GNSS and GPS? ›
GPS is traditionally refers to the North American global positioning system, or satellite positioning system. GNSS is a term that refers to the International Multi-Constellation Satellite System. So GNSS typically includes GPS, GLONASS, Baidu, Galileo, and any other constellation system.Can you add RTK to a Phantom 4? ›
Centimeter-Level Positioning System
A new RTK module is integrated directly into the Phantom 4 RTK, providing real-time, centimeter-level positioning data for improved absolute accuracy on image metadata.
The Mavic Air 2 is DJI's most recent ultra-portable Drone and is the successor to the immensely successful Mavic Air. This version has a camera that can take 48 MP images and 4K movies at 60 frames per second. It is one of the great cameras on the market for prosumer drones and is undoubtedly capable of mapping.What drones can do 3D mapping? ›
- DJI Mavic 3.
- DJI Mini 3 Pro.
- DJI Air 2S.
- DJI Mini 2.
- DJI FPV.
- DJI Mavic Air 2.
- DJI Mavic 2.
- DJI Mavic Mini.
For RTK initialization, 5 satellites are required. This is no problem if the whole sky is visible, and, as already shown, dual frequency GPS-only RTK performance is similar to single-frequency GG-RTK when the whole sky is visible.Who invented RTK? ›
Benjamin Remondi, developed the idea in the mid-1980s. Real-Time Kinematic, RTK, is a method that provides positional accuracy nearly as good as static carrier phase positioning, but faster.How do I set up RTK? ›
How to Place and Set Up RTK Base. Episode 2 of 3 - YouTubeHow accurate are GPS? ›
If you're outside and can see the open sky, the GPS accuracy from your phone is about five meters, and that's been constant for a while. But with raw GNSS measurements from the phones, this can now improve, and with changes in satellite and receiver hardware, the improvements can be dramatic.What is the difference between RTK and static GPS? ›
The difference between the RTK and the Static mode is that, in Static mode, the period of observation is about one hour, depending on the baseline distance. That is, the distance between the rover and the base receivers. And the observations/measurements are not processed in real time.Which is better RTK or PCR? ›
RTK is faster and less intrusive than a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test. This makes it easy for the public to use to test themselves if needed.How accurate is GPS on a cell phone? ›
For example, GPS-enabled smartphones are typically accurate to within a 4.9 m (16 ft.) radius under open sky (view source at ION.org). However, their accuracy worsens near buildings, bridges, and trees. High-end users boost GPS accuracy with dual-frequency receivers and/or augmentation systems.How accurate is RTK float? ›
The accuracy for RTK Float starts around 40 cm, but increases to 20 cm at best.
OcuSync was first introduced with the Mavic Pro and it's part of the Lightbridge family and is a wireless transmission system that offers low latency HD wireless video signal and control signal and allows you to transmit this up to long range.Do DJI drones use Wi-Fi? ›
No, drones from most mainstream manufacturers like DJI and Yuneec do not need Wi-Fi to pilot or record video. However, most drones require you to download an app before flying. After you download the app and the drone is activated, an internet connection is not required.Do drones require Wi-Fi? ›
Drones do not require Wi-Fi to fly, including even the ones from the best drone manufacturers. Nevertheless, Wi-Fi will be needed for additional features or when downloading flight applications. Most of them require an application to fly, and that's the only time when the need for Wi-Fi comes in.Which DJI drones have thermal imaging? ›
DJI Mavic Pro and Mavic Pro Platinum thermal solutions from Drone Nerds bring the first truly affordable quadcopters equipped with simultaneous 4K video and thermal imaging capabilities.Does the DJI Mavic Pro 2 have thermal camera? ›
DJI Mavic 2 Pro Hasselblad Full Spectrum Converted Infrared Camera (Used)Does the Mavic 2 Enterprise have a thermal camera? ›
With high-resolution thermal and visual cameras, the M2EA supports up to 32× digital zoom and is capable of centimeter-level positioning accuracy with the RTK module.What RTK means? ›
RTK stands for Real-Time Kinematic and is a technique that uses carrier-based ranging and provides ranges (and therefore positions) that are orders of magnitude more precise than those available through code-based positioning. RTK techniques are complicated.What does the RTK module do? ›
RTK for Drones
Aircraft that feature RTK allows pilots to fly close to objects and operate in small spaces. RTK also provides the pilot with meticulous data even when the aircraft is moving. Apart from location accuracy, RTK GPS also shields against electromagnetic field and radio frequency interference.
Real Time Kinematics. RTK is short for real time kinematics. A GPS receiver capable of RTK takes in the normal signals from the Global Navigation Satellite Systems along with a correction stream to achieve 1cm positional accuracy.Which is better RTK or PCR? ›
RTK is faster and less intrusive than a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test. This makes it easy for the public to use to test themselves if needed.
Differential GPS usually gives about one meter accuracy. RTK is a special form of Differential GPS that gives about one-hundred times greater accuracy. The GPS system uses a coded signal from which a receiver derives distance and thus position. The code is a string of bits, like the ones and zeros in a computer.What is an RTK drone? ›
Real Time Kinematic (RTK) is a GPS correction technology technique that provides real-time corrections to location data when the survey drone is capturing photos of a site.What is the difference between RTK and static GPS? ›
The difference between the RTK and the Static mode is that, in Static mode, the period of observation is about one hour, depending on the baseline distance. That is, the distance between the rover and the base receivers. And the observations/measurements are not processed in real time.Do I need RTK for mapping? ›
RTK workflows provide precise data when properly managed and applied. This is a benefit to anyone using any kind of mapping whether it's DTM, DEM, Contours, or a simple ortho.What is needed for RTK? ›
For RTK, you need two GNSS receivers: one is static and called a “base station,” the other is moving and is called a “rover.” While both receivers observe the same satellites simultaneously, the static base station is placed at a point with known coordinates (a benchmark or a point measured beforehand).How does an RTK base station work? ›
RTK follows the same general concept, but uses the satellite signal's carrier wave as its signal, ignoring the information contained within. RTK uses a fixed base station and a rover to reduce the rover's position error. The base station transmits correction data to the rover.Is GPS RTK accurate? ›
How accurate is RTK? Standalone GPS engines typically offer 2 - 5 m accuracy, however using RTK as a source of correctional data can improve positional accuracy to within 2 cm, when used with an RTK enabled GNSS receiver.How accurate is RTK float? ›
The accuracy for RTK Float starts around 40 cm, but increases to 20 cm at best.What is RTK float? ›
Float RTK. In a Float solution, the algorithm has not been solved (yet) and can not produce an acceptable FIX solution (yet). Since there is no FIX solution, a Float one is provided, which is always a less accurate position than a fixed solution and in general can not be used for measurements with centimetre accuracy.Can I drink water before RTK test? ›
It is important to know that one shouldn't eat, smoke, chew or drink anything except plain water 30 minutes prior to using the test kits.
Currently, COVID-19 infection is confirmed by a laboratory test called RT-PCR, which uses specialist equipment and often takes at least 24 hours to produce a result.Do I need to do PCR if RTK positive? ›
As the sensitivity and specificity of RTKs are lower as compared to PCR tests, if you test RTK-positive or invalid twice, you will need to follow up with a confirmatory PCR test at clinic.