[aprssig] Multi control station situational awareness - For mobiles? or homes without power?
spam8mybrain at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 3 20:31:58 EST 2019
I could have something available for option#2 in a week or so, freely available. I've been working on this sort of usecase for some time now, but I haven't been in charge enough to deploy it.And I'm still working on adding supplemental information to the reports from one-way trackers, like how many injured/exhausted bicyclists riding in a SAG vehicle.Andrew, KA2DDOauthor of YAAC
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From: Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu>
Date: 12/3/19 19:08 (GMT-05:00)
To: aprssig at lists.tapr.org
Subject: Re: [aprssig] Multi control station situational awareness - For
mobiles? or homes without power?
There sounds like two paths emerging.- Come-as-you are with APRS radios in the mobile as the end terminal unit Everybody has one- Invent something new with PC's, clients, Pi's, displays, for use at home(or front seat mobile? Nobody has one-----Original Message-----From: aprssig <aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org> On Behalf Of Shawn StoddardSent: Tuesday, December 3, 2019 7:01 PMTo: aprssig at lists.tapr.orgSubject: Re: [aprssig] Multi control station situational awareness - How'sthis supposed to work?Great sanity check. You’re thinking the same path I am.On Tue, Dec 3, 2019, at 15:40, Greg Troxel wrote:> I would urge you to step back and consider your requirements, think> about the protocol that will be used at a high level, and then figure> out how to use specific techniques to implement that protocol.>> If what you want to do is publish infomration about status of> particular places, then APRS probably is the best fit.>> If you are trying to synchronize the list of checked-in stations among> N NCS stations, then I think you want some sort of database sync> protocol which is going to send messages among the participants, and> you may or may not want to carry that over APRS.>> I think you implied this, but from the "train like you'll fight" I> would suggest using the over-the-air sync all the time, and not use any> direct-to-APRS-IS internet-based injection. Gatewaying to APRS-IS is> great for others to probably be able to see what's up, but I think you> should plan on no internet, and thus operate that way routinely,> because otherwise you are likely to be depending on it more then you> think.>> ALl of this is going to push you to protocols that are very terse and> push just the data, with all formatting and UI local. This means> writing a local implementation of the UI for the protocol.>> 73 de n1dam>>>>> _______________________________________________> aprssig mailing list> aprssig at lists.tapr.org> http://lists.tapr.org/mailman/listinfo/aprssig_lists.tapr.org>_______________________________________________aprssig mailing listaprssig at lists.tapr.orghttp://lists.tapr.org/mailman/listinfo/aprssig_lists.tapr.org_______________________________________________aprssig mailing listaprssig at lists.tapr.orghttp://lists.tapr.org/mailman/listinfo/aprssig_lists.tapr.org
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