Examples, tutorials, datasheets and API references to help you start building with Point One.
Standard Dev Kit
The Standard Dev Kit is a cost effective entry point into high precision positioning and provides a rapid path to mass production.
This document details the operation of the development kit and includes mechanical dimensions, pinouts, firmware upgrade procedures and other useful information.
Point One Desktop:
Configuration Tool and Data Viewer
Use Point One Desktop application to view position data, connect Polaris corrections, and update Standard Dev Kit firmware.
Most recent Point One firmware releases for our Standard Dev Kit. Use Point One Desktop to update your Dev Kit's firmware.
Advanced Dev Kit (Atlas)
The Advanced Dev Kit (Atlas) is our flagship platform built with automotive grade sensors and provides the highest performance offering in our portfolio.
FusionEngine is our core Sensor Fusion library. These documents make it easy to integrate with any hardware running FusionEngine, including our development kits.
This document details the line protocol, data types and message types used for FusionEngine. It is strongly recommended to use our existing client libraries below.
This reference library implements the protocol and provides examples for decoding the messages and receiving the data over TCP and UDP sockets.
Polaris is our cloud based correction service for both GNSS and Climate data. Use this API for getting correction data to your GNSS receiver including our development kits, our Certified Partner chips, or other standards compliant GNSS receivers. It works with our Polaris binary protocol or industry standard NTRIP for legacy applications.
Polaris Native API Docs
The Point One Navigation Polaris API provides secure and efficient GNSS corrections and supporting data.
Polaris Native API Examples
To get you started quickly, we have several example projects showing how to get correction data from our service and into a compatible device. Examples are available in many languages.
Polaris NTRIP API Docs
In order to support legacy hardware quickly, Polaris also supports the NTRIP standard (version 1 and 2). This API is not recommended for new designs.