I followed the procedures here to run the python script and add the GNSS Metadata Fields to my feature class. After adding the fields I used ArcGIS Desktop to publish the Feature Layer to AGOL. I'm using the integrated receiver on my iOS device and get an accuracy reading of 16.4ft. When I view the new submissions in AGOL all ESRIGNSS fields are null. Relevant Collector settings: GPS Averaging (5 locations), 1 second streaming interval, 30 ft required accuracy, reporting 95% confidence and default location profile, iOS v 17.0.4. What might I be missing in order to get these fields to populate on submission of a new point?
Maybe the "Internal GPS receiver" is not able to provide that detail.
Here's a link I found from EOS too
Thanks for the reply. I had a similar thought but figured I would at least get some of the available metadata like Lat & long. The fact that I'm not getting any of the metadata fields makes me think I have something else going on.
Using Collector in iOS. I have a similar issue, but in one feature layer the data is being collected, so I know the feature is working with our unit. This layer was created from the default GPS collection layer by Esri. In another layer I added the appropriate fields, but the GPS data is not being added. I even removed them and added them again in AGOL per these instructions - Record GPS metadata—Collector for ArcGIS (Classic) | ArcGIS but that didn't help.