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cirleacatalin Posted - 01/08/2021 : 05:47:42
Hi! I'm working on my university project named "Electromagnetic field measurements using UAV".

I will use for this:
- DJI Matrice 600 PRO.
- EMF 390

I have to use the drone with the analyzer to record some values #8203;#8203;around on a study area. The data from the analyzer will be stored in an Excel file with :
1. The value measured on a point.
2. The time when the value was measured.

The part that makes it difficult for me is the fact that I have to make a mapping with the values #8203;#8203;obtained by the analyzer over the areas where I passed with the drone to measure them. It needs to look something like this
The analyzer has no GPS!
How to access the GPS history of the drone and how can I save it to my computer? In wich format will be saved? Also, how I could reach a similar result like the image presented?

I am aware that I have to make a synchronization between the GPS data and the moment when the measurement was made, but I don't know how and with what software.

Thank you for your patience and I wish you all the best.
Any information is very well received.

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