A six-axis c1,c2,c3,c4,c5,c6) coordinate. For mechanical systems, these axes shall be interpreted as follows:
c1 = X; axial (fore-and-aft) position
c2 = Y; lateral (side-to-side) position
c3 = Z; vertical position
c4 = rX; rotation around the X-axis, also known as Roll
c5 = rY; rotation around the Y-axis, also known as Pitch
c6 = rZ; rotation around the Z-axis. also known as Yaw
Rotation angles are measured according to the right-hand rule: if the right hand “holds” an axis with the thumb pointing in the direction of ascending coordinate values, then the fingers point in the direction of ascending angle values. For GPS systems, these axes shall be interpreted as follows:
c1 = longitude
c2 = latitude
c3 = altitude
c4 : not used
c5 : not used
c6 : not used
Type of position coordinate system - see AES70-1, section 5.5.9.
Which fields of the Values array contain valid values.