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Name jf44
Email Address jean.fruitet@free.fr
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  • Re: NMEA server data TCP/IP?
    Board » Technical Discussion
    Very sorry, I din't follow that thread.
    The sources was sent saturday the 29th of april.

    Feel free to ask for help by mail if useful.

    Jean.

    quote=47box;15172]
    Hi jf44,

    Did you send me your PHP script at the email?

    ?..?..?

    --- Last Edited by 47box at 2017-04-28 17:10:11 ---





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  • Re: NMEA server data TCP/IP?
    Board » Technical Discussion
    Hi 47box.
    I think this is already the case of both servers.
    For DC Checker The IP adress is usually
    192.168.1.10
    Port 5010 (which port you can edit).
    Idem for Brainaid's toolbox NMEA server.

    Il you are interested I have developped a PHP script which scan NMEA and AIS sentences from the Brainaid's servers and push them in a file (json data format).



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  • Re: @ RainbowChaser
    Board » Technical Support
    OK RainbowChaser.
    My email is jean.fruitet@free.fr.
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  • Re: @ RainbowChaser
    Board » Technical Support
    Perhaps I can help too.
    Jean.
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  • Re: Getting TWA and TWS of "friends" boats.
    Board » Technical Support
    Hi everybody (and Koppyer / Kipper of course)
    I need clarification about grib restitution for SOL.
    1) Are the U and V components of Grib files from DCChecker's SOLGribXml folder in m/s or in knots ?
    I think they are in m/s.

    2) The U and V values are the TWS components, with U the vertical component and V the horizontal one
    like in the Sol'd blog
    https://daysailer.wordpress.com/2011/02/20/how-to-calculate-tws-and-twd-from-grib-components/

    That's right ?


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  • Re: Getting TWA and TWS of "friends" boats.
    Board » Technical Support
    OK.

    I have made the modification :

    --- Implemented ----
    1) Get the list of active races

    2) The user select one

    3) Login with "sol" account
    -> return a valid token

    4) Get the boat list and position
    -> conversion to KML / KMZ map

    5) Archive : List of all KMZ files sorted by race and date.

    6) the TWA set up the type of sail :
    TWA <= 40° -> Jib
    40° <= TWA < 110° -> Genois
    110° < TWA <= 140° -> Gennaker
    140° < TWA -> Spinnaker

    7) TWA & TWS act on boat roll : more wind, more roll

    8) And last but not least, added new collada files for trimaran

    --- Implemented ----


    Future improvements

    9) Select which boats to display


    Attached zip: The updated version of 2017/03/25.
    Correction of fews bugs and many improvements like new models, Grib, Polars and tour.




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  • Re: Getting TWA and TWS of "friends" boats.
    Board » Technical Support
    The english (and french) beta versions are here: http://voilevirtuelle.free.fr/SailOnLine/ge/

    BUT... the Free.fr server does'nt allow to retrive data from an another server so you can't use directly these scripts.

    You have to download them and set up your own local webserver.

    If Solfan web site (or Kroppyer's one) could hosts this code (after extensive testing and maybe few improvements, any SOLers could directly generate and download his own KML / KMZ map of the Sol fleet.

    Sources: http://voilevirtuelle.free.fr/SailOnLine/ge/sol2kml.zip
    Images: http://voilevirtuelle.free.fr/SailOnLine/ge/images/

    KML/KMZ: http://voilevirtuelle.free.fr/SailOnLine/ge/index.php#kmz



    Jean.

    --- Dernière modification par jf44 le 2017-03-01 01:57:29 ---
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  • Re: Getting TWA and TWS of "friends" boats.
    Board » Technical Support
    My soft is ready (beta version)

    BTW I have found strange COG values :
    <cog>0.798365726218</cog>

    I think this is a radian value. Is'nt ?

    All the boats are going south this night on NSSANZ; I get :
    <cog>3.17281659391</cog>
    After conversion
    COG radian: 3.17281659391
    COG degree: 171.88733853925
    The right direction.

    I have not yet implemented TWA / TWS nor the sail selection.

    I have seen where DC Checker gets polars and gribs .
    Some more tests and I'll publish the beta version on my server.


    Jean.
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  • Re: Getting TWA and TWS of "friends" boats.
    Board » Technical Support
    Thanx. If course I know (and use) DC Checker.

    I am implementing the direct access to Sol server. It will more effective than to depend on NMEA sentences which require un local server.

    I hope that the beta version will be on line this evening or tomorrow.

    I'll use my own server, but if you think that it would be better to use a SOLFan one, I can FTP the sources (PHP) (Creative commons / GNU licence of course)

    Jean.
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  • Re: Getting TWA and TWS of "friends" boats.
    Board » Technical Support
    Thanx Kroppyer Kipper,
    This piece of code works "à la perfection" :).
    But this is only hull color. So I think the best will be to publish a form to allow Sollers to choose their sails.

    BTW is it a mean to get old messages from race 1018 chat because I have missed the comments about my pictures.



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