We recently received our Cerulean DVL system, which we have installed on our BlueROV2 using the serial interface and a BLUART serial to usb card connected to the RPi (as is suggested in the DVL documentation). On the routing page of the companion web GUI the card appears as an endpoint which can be used for serial routing, confirming that the RPi has detected the device.
My question, which I presume other users may share, is how is the serial routing intended to function? Companion’s built-in serial routing broadcasts over UDP, whereas Cerulean Tracker expects input over a (in this case virtual) COM port. Is additional software required to route from UDP to a virtual COM port, or have I misunderstood part(s) of the process? I’d imagine a short guide in the documentation could help future users.