The Swift Console runs on Windows, Linux, and macOS platforms.
For detailed instructions on installing and operating the Swift Console on your computer, see the Installation Instructions and User's Guide.
- Windows Installer
- macOS Installer (macOS version 10.13 and newer)
- Linux Binaries (64 bit) (Intel CPU)
- Source Code on GitHub
- Older Versions
To communicate with Piksi Multi and Duro over an RS-232 serial interface with the RS232-USB adapter included in the evaluation kit a special USB driver may need to be installed on your PC. Read this driver installation article for details.
To communicate with Piksi Multi over the USB interface directly a special driver may need to be installed on your PC. Read this driver installation article for details.
2019-02-01 Swift Console v2.1.21 may be unable to update the firmware of Duro Inertial devices on windows 10 machines due to a pop-up window that that instructs users to set the "output_mode" setting in the "ins" group to "Disabled." The pop-up can appear regardless of the actual value of the setting. Use v2.2.17 of the Swift Console instead.
2018-03-13 Swift Console v1.4.3 on MacOS: sometimes the drop-down widgets used in the settings tab and for the log level filter widget have a glitch whereby multiple entries can be selected at the same time and/or the widget becomes unstable. In this case, please close and re-open the console. This issues happens less frequently when the amount of data being received by the console is reduced; consider lowering the solution rate or removing some SBP messages from the "enabled_sbp_messages" setting for the interface.
2017-12-21 Swift Console v1.3.7 on Linux: sometimes the file/directory selection popup dialog interrupts serial communication (USB and RS232). In such case it is necessary to close and re-open the console. This issue should be fixed on v1.4.3 of the linux console.