This first example available in the Playground gets data from gyro, accelerometer, magnetometer, barometer and GPS and shows them on the console terminal.
To compile it probably you need to install the C++ compiler and Make utility by typing:
debarm:~# apt-get install g++ ... debarm:~# apt-get install make ...
Then launch the C++ compilation by typing:
debarm:~# cd playground/c/daisy7 debarm:~/playground/c/daisy7# make clean ... debarm:~/playground/c/daisy7# make
Now launch the data acquisition from the Daisy-7 sensors (insert the Daisy-7 on Daisy D1 connector):
GPS-MEMS daisy module
Daisy-7 is a 9 Degrees of Freedom module (9DOF) with digital MEMS (accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, barometer) and a GPS receiver IC in just 4x4cm.
Note: the daisy flat cable to wire this board is not included. Don't forget to buy it (code FLAT-20CM)
GPS active antenna
GPS active antenna with SMA male connector to use Daisy-7 add-on board.
1 meter of 10 wires flat cable for Daisy wiring
1 meter of grey conductor flat cable, .025" pitch, 10 wires at 30 AWG, to use for Daisy wiring.
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FOX Board G20 combo box
Basic starter kit with all the hardware you need to get started with the FOX Board G20 Linux Embedded Single Board Computer