Duro GNSS Receiver
Built to be tough, Duro is ideal for mining, agricultural, robotics, maritime and industrial outdoor applications. Duro is designed for integration into or mounting on top of existing equipment. With its cast aluminum housing, this easy-to-deploy GNSS sensor is protected against weather, moisture, vibration, dust, water immersion and the unexpected that can occur in long-term outdoor deployments.
Duro uses Piksi® Multi RTK GNSS receiver module.
Integrated inertial measurement unit (IMU) and magnetometer enable sensor fusion techniques.
Duro Product Summary
Duro User Manual
Software Settings Manual: v1.2.14, v1.3.10, v1.4.10
Swift Binary Protocol (SBP) Messages
By default Duro uses SBP protocol on all data ports. SBP Specification
Duro can output NMEA 0183 messages on UART and Ethernet ports. NMEA Specification
RTCM v3 Messages
Duro accepts RTK corrections in RTCM v3 format. RTCM v3 input details.
Duro has a built-in NTRIP client for easy corrections reception from Internet. NTRIP Client Setup
Duro is equipped with a built-in cell modem. Although the cell modem is operational the current firmware (v1.4.3) it is currently considered a Beta feature. Beta feature status implies that their may be issues with the feature, documentation may be lacking, and the feature is not intended for use in a production environment. A future firmware release will provide cell modem functionality without Beta feature status.
On-board Data Logging
Duro contains 32 GB on-board storage for data logging which is not yet supported but planned to be released with a future firmware release.
Duro firmware can be upgraded over Ethernet and serial interfaces. Duro uses the same Firmware images as Piksi Multi. Firmware is available here for download.
Use Swift Console program to setup and monitor Duro operation.
RINEX Converter and Data Post-processing
Duro supports raw GNSS data post-processing. sbp2rinex converter