Plugins usage in Sphinx

Hello,
I would like to get position of bebop2 drone from sphinx. It is published in gazebo topic /gazebo/default/pose/info. How can I use this topic in my ROS node?
Or how can I use gazebo plugin libgazebo_ros_p3d.so or another sphinx plugin?
Thanks

You can use tlm-data-logger to read telemetry data published by sphinx as explained here: Reading altitude, velocities and acceleration of Bebop 1

For data published in gazebo topics, you can create your own plugin or you can use parrot-gz like so:

parrot-gz topic -e /gazebo/default/pose/info

Hello! Did you manage to read the /gazebo/default/pose/info topic? I tried

parrot-gz topic -e /gazebo/default/pose/info

and

gz topic -e /gazebo/default/pose/info

they returned a little bit different results.

The first one returns correct results as follows

time {
  sec: 8
  nsec: 547000000
}
pose {
  name: "Bebop1"
  id: 10
  position {
    x: -0.00033121468296625053
    y: 0.00062852123742144659
    z: 0.0048740620753592589
  }
  orientation {
    x: 1.229821080293234e-06
    y: -5.7511182328991957e-05
    z: 0.01515147281298114
    w: 0.99988520819269489
  }
}
pose {
  name: "Bebop1::body"
  id: 11
  position {
    x: 0
    y: 0
    z: 0.045
  }
  orientation {
    x: 0
    y: 0
    z: 0
    w: 1
  }
}

However, the second one returns:

time {
  sec: 81
  nsec: 419000000
}
pose {
  name: "Bebop1"
  id: 10
  position {
    y: -0.00033121468296625053
    z: 0.00062846459922576365
    4: 0x3f73f6d31365c0a0
  }
  orientation {
    x: 1.2298210802933611e-06
    y: -5.751118232899193e-05
    z: 0.01515147281298114
    w: 0.99988520819269489
  }
}
pose {
  name: "Bebop1::body"
  id: 11
  position {
    y: 0
    z: 0
    4: 0x3fa70a3d70a3d70a
  }
  orientation {
    x: 0
    y: 0
    z: 0
    w: 1
  }
}

The difference comes from the position info (the second has incorrect index [y, z, 4], instead of [x, y, z]).

I wrote a ros node to read the /gazebo/default/pose/info, but it gave me the second incorrect information. Do you also have the problem and how did you solve it?