I'd like to:
- Load a 1-second interval GPS trace (not GPX) into PostGIS
- Then query the table at sub-second accuracy (about 5Hz), and get PostGIS to interpolate the location by time.
Is this possible, or am I dreaming?
The need is trying to find the lat/long of each frame in a Hawkeye video file, given a companion GPS trace in CSV format. If there are better ways to achieve this, I'm very open to them!
I'm familiar with PostGIS, but would consider other tools. I don't have access to ESRI.
The GPS data looks like this:
UniqueKey,PrimaryKey,PrimaryKeyUnsync,UTCTime,Latitude,Longitude,Altitude,FixType,SatsUsedInFix,HDOP,GPSSpeed(km/h),GPSDistance(km),IsSOWPulsed 0,59375222881843,59375222881843,011806.0,-38.197204000,146.533188000,42.7,2,12,0.7,0.005556,234.576104,1 1,59375222981747,59375222981747,011807.0,-38.197204167,146.533188000,42.7,2,12,0.7,0.016668,234.576109,1 2,59375223081754,59375223081754,011808.0,-38.197204167,146.533188000,42.7,2,12,0.7,0.024076,234.576109,1 3,59375223181858,59375223181858,011809.0,-38.197204333,146.533187833,42.7,2,12,0.7,0.040744,234.576109,1
The video frame data looks like this:
File entry count,Primary key, Frame number for the corresponding AVI file of the same name,UnsyncedPkHb3,UnsyncedPkHb2,LightCond,Brght,Gamma,Shut,ReqLum,Lum,Gain,Iris,Timestamp 1,59375291559140,0,59375291574176,59375291574176,9,0,110,625,10,0.00,268,0,1970:01:01 04:37:24.382478 2,59375291649744,1,59375291664882,59375291664882,9,0,110,625,10,0.00,268,0,1970:01:01 04:37:25.288534 3,59375291740362,2,59375291755985,59375291755985,9,0,110,625,10,0.00,268,0,1970:01:01 04:37:26.194716 4,59375291831084,3,59375291846200,59375291846200,9,0,110,625,10,0.00,268,0,1970:01:01 04:37:27.101950
In response to the question regarding output format:
- Table of lat-longs, recorded at 1Hz
- Table of photo file names, recorded at 5Hz, without lat-longs
- Table of photo file names, recorded at 5Hz, with lat longs.