Some basics about my project. The easiest way to explain my project is to describe it using a drone as a watchdog. I plan to fly a drone to the GPS-location, check the area, and then fly back to the home. Problem is that the drone’s “home” is a small area that should recharge the drone’s battery. For that, I would need a really accurate landing. I have used the moveTo() command on Python and for me, it is too inaccurate. It will bring the drone close to the area, but it inside a 1-meter circle and It should be way closer so I could think about an automatic recharge station. If anyone is interested, I am planning to use some kind of wireless charger. One part is integrated into the drone and another part is on the drone’s base.
Is there a way to get better accuracy with GPS or am I doing something wrong?
I am using command drone(moveTo(66.13245794959545,2.76998869955565,0.2,0,0)) with my real GPS coordinates.
and I print GPS with print(“GPS position after 1 :”, drone.get_state(PositionChanged))