We have released two new products:
BerryGPS – GPS for the Raspberry Pi
BerryGPS-IMU – GPS and IMU for the Raspberry Pi
Both GPS modules use the M10478-A2 from Antenova, which is a high quality GPS module which is able to track 22 satellites and has an internal antenna. This means no external antenna is needed if the module has clear access to sky. Both feature a SuperCap to store ephemeris data for up to four hours. This and many more features are included.
Both have been specifically designed for the Raspberry Pi Zero, however they will work with any version of Raspberry Pi.
The BerryGPS-IMU also includes all the components found on the BerryIMU. And is compatible with the existing code in our repository. The BerryGPS-IMU present a lot of sensors in a very, very small package.
3 thoughts on “New Products : BerryGPS and BerryGPS-IMU”
I purchased the berrygps-imuv3 from Amazon. Do you guys provide the code for the functionalities of this board
the code for the IMU can be found here
And here are two guides for the GPS
I have the IMU up and working on the Raspberry Pi and I see the XYZ data.
Is there a code/program you recommend to show it as a 3D graphic, like AHRS?