#129737 Jun 7, 2017
Just seeking some thoughts and advice.
I've successful set up my Pi to send data to PP working all all good. But nothing terribly exciting ...
I have a seperate Pi setup feeding to Fr24 and FA as well as an old BS setup to actually look at something and collate data ect.
And thats what Im really missing, been able to collate, add photos, tinker!
The PP setup I cannot see away unless I setup modesdeco to feed into the PP interface and see whats happening and maybe into BS as well as a single feed.
But as it stands the current setups really are not that exciting, its nice to be able see my data on pretty google maps but I have not seen a way to all see other peoples feeds (except PP).
Anyone have any thoughts on this?
I seem to be feeding allot of data for the soul purpose of seeing that data on a map with little actual ability to do anything with it. Or am I wrong?
If anyone one has any creative ideas I can try that would be great.
As it stands I have two SBS3, one of those is basically USB'd and used for BS, two Pi's - one dedicated to PP the other feeding to Fr24, ABS-EX and FA. I am keen on receiving data from others or even participate in feeding to others.
I very much welcome responses.
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#129738 Jun 8, 2017
At 06:57 08/06/2017, you wrote: >I've successful set up my Pi to send data to PP working all all
>good. But nothing terribly exciting ...
>The PP setup I cannot see away unless I setup modesdeco to feed into
>the PP interface and see whats happening and maybe into BS as well
>as a single feed.
With the RPi receiving data and sending it to the server for others
to enjoy, you can also set up PlanePlotter to look at the output of
the RPi and also show you the data from other users.
You can then customize views, alerts, emails, text messages and logs
in PlanePlotter to show you your own and other users' data in the
various presentations that PlanePlotter offers.
where you specify the LAN IP address of the RPi and the port you are
using for output data.
I hope this helps.