Hi, it’s me again with another potentially dumb question. Let’s go!
I’m using DroneKit-SITL to simulate vehicles on my Debian 8 x64 setup. I can connect them to MavProxy and modify the MavLink Source System value. This way, I can have several vehicles running with different IDs and, hopefully, monitor them with APM Planner…
… The problem is, say, I setup a plane with ID=200 on TCP port 5760, and a quad on TCP port 5770 with ID=255. When I connect to TCP ports 5762 and 5772 I can read GCS data from IDs 200 and 255 separately, but at the same time I get data on MAV001 alternating between the plane and the copter, as if the whole system was a single vehicle with some serious identity issues.
Is there a way to separate both vehicles as, say, MAV001 and MAV002, and see them at the same time on APM Planner?