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Loco positioning system

The Loco Positioning system (LPS) project is a set of hardware and software designed to implement a local positioning system. This wiki page aims at giving reference documentation for various parts of the system, for other documentation please see the following:

Terminology

To make the documentation easier to grasp there's a few terms that should be clear:

  • Deck and node: These refer to pieces of hardware (Loco positioning deck, Loco positioning node)
  • Tag and anchor: These refer to roles when ranging (i.g depending on configuration a node can act as either a tag or an anchor)
  • Ranging mode: The protocol used for communicating between tags/anchors to create a measurement for the range (i.g TWR or TDoA)

System overview

The local positioning system is based on the DecaWave DWM1000 module. The system consists of a number of anchors that are continuously pinged from the Crazyflie 2.0 deck that's based on the same module. The anchors are placed around the room at known positions.

Documentation subjects

System set-up

Principles

Protocols

Implementations

Tools

For working with the Loco positioning system there's a variety of tools available:

doc/lps/index.txt · Last modified: 2018-11-06 14:17 by kristoffer