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Beidou IoT module was born: drone delivery express accuracy centimeters

- May 15, 2018 -

Beidou IoT module was born: drone delivery express accuracy centimeters


Introduction: The delivery of express delivery by drones is a new goal pursued by the industry in the past two years. Under the blessing of Beidou Navigation, this sci-fi scene is expected to become a reality soon.

UAV delivery is the new target pursued by the industry in the past two years. Under the blessing of Beidou Navigation, this sci-fi scene is expected to become a reality soon. According to Chongqing Daily report, Chongqing Beidou IOT Technology Co., Ltd. has developed the world's first Internet of Things module based on Compass communication technology, and the location service can be accurate to centimeters.

The Internet of Things is extremely rich in applications. One of them is delivery of express delivery by drones. The precise location service is the fundamental support. However, GPS in the United States does not have a ground enhancement network in China, resulting in larger errors in location services, such as the multi-channels in the magical mountain city of Chongqing. Overpass, GPS error will be higher than 10 meters.

Beidou IoT module was born: drone delivery express accuracy centimeters

The Beidou communication technology independently developed by China has a gradually improved ground enhanced network that can reduce the error of location services to about one thousandth of the current GPS level.

The Chongqing Beidou Internet of Things took two years and cost 100 million yuan. It successfully developed a module that relies on Compass communication technology to provide precise location services. Its size and shape are similar to those of mobile phone SIM cards. It is the world's first and supports Beidou. The narrowband cellular IoT communication module for positioning and related communication standards, and can support the frequency bands of mainstream operators worldwide.

In addition to delivery by drones, it can also be used for navigation of complex environments, monitoring of bridge status, search for older children, etc.