Re: [Flightgear-devel] Programmatic control of AI traffic

2007-11-05 Thread Jon Stockill
that every client would see the same traffic. In order to feed in multiple aircraft that's probably the best approach - generate a multiplayer data stream for each aircraft you want to display - it'll benefit from the internal interpolation in the mp code too (I'm guessing you won't have 20

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Programmatic control of AI traffic

2007-11-05 Thread Stuart Buchanan
is critical - the rest is just implementation. We've a whole range of ways in which we can display the aircraft. With a live feed, I think the most sensible method would be as a specialized MP client. That minimizes the load on the other clients and means the MP server can filter the correct traffic

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Programmatic control of AI traffic

2007-11-06 Thread Stuart Buchanan
Carroll Barry wrote: I don't have access to a live feed but I'm hoping to get a delayed one perhaps, in the same way as fboweb @ http://www.fboweb.com/ has. Aviation Data Systems (who produce fboweb.com) are listed as a Class 1 ASDI Direct subscriber on the ASDI website - so they have

Re: [Flightgear-devel] AI problems in CVS

2006-02-25 Thread Durk Talsma
/enabled !-- scenarionimitz_demo/scenario -- !-- scenarioaircraft_demo/scenario -- /ai As you see, I have the two scenarios commented out, and feed the AI system through the traffic manager instead. Cheers, Durk --- This SF.Net email

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Programmatic control of AI traffic

2007-11-06 Thread Carroll Barry
Hi Stuart, Thomas, Oliver Firstly thank-you to everyone so far, some good ideas have been put forward and It is seeming more likely that this might work. I don't have access to a live feed but I'm hoping to get a delayed one perhaps, in the same way as fboweb @ http://www.fboweb.com/ has

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Re : Maritime traffic

2011-12-16 Thread Adrian Musceac
On Friday, December 16, 2011 14:57:24 Olivier wrote: Hi, That's a nice start! Are you grabbing data from: http://www.marinetraffic.com/ais/ ? Yes. aprs.fi also has a good feed, although more oriented towards ham radio APRS. AisHub has very detailed NMEA data, but they require you to send

Re: [Flightgear-devel] FlightAware flight tracking

2006-10-04 Thread Buchanan, Stuart
track flights in the coverage of US American Radar. Explicitly they state FlightAware is the first company to offer free flight tracking services for both private and commercial air traffic in the United States. Hi Martin, Yes, the data is US

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Arrivals

2010-08-31 Thread Durk Talsma
H Curt, Fixed it just before seeing your message. :-) Largely thanks to James Turner's excellent Hudson build service, I got an RSS news feed informing me of a compilation error on his machine. I had committed a tiny change earlier today, and must have missed committing the corresponding

[Flightgear-devel] Weekly CVS Changelog Summary: FlightGear source

2006-11-11 Thread Curtis L. Olson
causing a traffic jam) - Hold position instruction now really sets speed to zero, in addition it actually works now for crossing and two-way traffic - Attempt to limit execution time of ground network trace algorithm to make performance acceptable at high-density networks - Removed remaining

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Heads up: AI/ATC interactions

2011-04-13 Thread Harry Campigli
an adsb receiver and would like to fit in real world air traffic from the receiver data stream, supported with the local off air comms. I did butcher together a module to feed AI to multiple machines a year or two ago but found it ground to a halt with busy airports like EHAM. Regards Harry

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Heads up: AI/ATC interactions

2011-04-13 Thread Martin Spott
Harry Campigli wrote: I also have a sim built of multiple machines and would add support to Johns comments about a socket to feed or maybe even just sync AI to other machines. Folks, just from a design point of view: The more custom shortcut's are being added now, the more burdensome

[Flightgear-devel] Real-time shipping traffic

2010-11-04 Thread Stuart Buchanan
etcs.. The project collects the data from various volunteer receivers and collates it into a DB, and provides mash-ups over Google maps etc. I think there could be a very nice little project to incorporate a data feed from their server through a proxy and into our MP network, displaying marine

Re: [Flightgear-devel] I am going to terminate mpserver04

2008-03-04 Thread Anders Gidenstam
as packet filtering relay, for ex. if I'm flying over south Italy, all San Francisco zone traffic info are of no interest for me. So IMHO we need no universal servers but zone servers. Theoretically if no player connected to Europe zone server is flying over North America and no player connected

Re: [Flightgear-devel] I am going to terminate mpserver04

2008-03-05 Thread Pietro
acting as mery packet relay can't do more. Server should act as packet filtering relay, for ex. if I'm flying over south Italy, all San Francisco zone traffic info are of no interest for me. So IMHO we need no universal servers but zone servers. Theoretically if no player connected

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Real-time shipping traffic

2011-03-03 Thread Harry Campigli
, and provides mash-ups over Google maps etc. I think there could be a very nice little project to incorporate a data feed from their server through a proxy and into our MP network, displaying marine traffic in real-time. This would completely obviate the need for AI shipping routes

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Real-time shipping traffic

2011-03-03 Thread Stuart Buchanan
a few special tasks here, but that could also feed both data streams back out to external public MP servers. For now I am still kicking around idea s on how best to tie it all together My thinking on this matches yours :). As you may be aware, AIS Hub (http://www.aishub.net/) allows people

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Real-time shipping traffic

2010-11-04 Thread Wes Idell
a data feed from their server through a proxy and into our MP network, displaying marine traffic in real-time. This would completely obviate the need for AI shipping routes, and at a stroke, the sea in FG would become accurately populated. Unlike aircraft transmitting ADS-B updates, shipping

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Real-time shipping traffic

2011-01-23 Thread Stuart Buchanan
of turn, as well as the vessel type, dimensions etcs.. The project collects the data from various volunteer receivers and collates it into a DB, and provides mash-ups over Google maps etc. I think there could be a very nice little project to incorporate a data feed from their server through

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Real-time shipping traffic

2011-01-23 Thread Vivian Meazza
, speed, course, rate of turn, as well as the vessel type, dimensions etcs.. The project collects the data from various volunteer receivers and collates it into a DB, and provides mash-ups over Google maps etc. I think there could be a very nice little project to incorporate a data feed from

Re: [Flightgear-devel] FGData Split Completed - a.k.a. Life after the Split

2011-10-19 Thread George Patterson
Strict. I guess, what essential information do we require from the above Gitorious resource page. I can add parsing of the each aircraft's RSS/atom feed, but will need to work on caching first. Currently I have been periodically fetching the above page and saving it as a static resource

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Heads up: AI/ATC interactions

2011-04-13 Thread castle
Harry Campigli wrote: I also have a sim built of multiple machines and would add support to Johns comments about a socket to feed or maybe even just sync AI to other machines. The other consideration possibility is allowing for a mechanism in future feeding external live AI sources

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Replace fg visualization with streaming video

2008-01-25 Thread Curtis Olson
images into flightgear on the fly. The basic goal would be to show live video where available and fall over to flight gear visuals when the feed is lost(using a custom view from the camera perspective) .I am not sure if this is currently possible but I would like to explore the idea either using

Re: [Flightgear-devel] FGData Split Completed - a.k.a. Life after the Split

2011-10-19 Thread Curtis Olson
require from the above Gitorious resource page. I can add parsing of the each aircraft's RSS/atom feed, but will need to work on caching first. Currently I have been periodically fetching the above page and saving it as a static resource that is then referred to as requested. It should help

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Heads up: AI/ATC interactions

2011-04-14 Thread Harry Campigli
data, EHAM for instance is the same as here in Bali, aeroplanes drop off the stream once they are on final into Schipol and just appear shortly after take off. I did see a project using aishub data to feed one of the MSFS variants, so i guess they would allow us to use it in the same way. I know

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Real-time shipping traffic

2011-03-04 Thread Harry Campigli
there are sites with Aircraft ADS-B data showing live traffic. I have also seen mention of live ATC comms being available as audio streams for some areas as well. There also an ADS-B data sharing site like the AIShub one you mentioned. http://www.adsbhub.net Like the AIS hub they allow you free use

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Replace fg visualization with streaming video

2008-01-25 Thread STEPHEN THISTLE
onboard an aircraft. I | was wondering if there is any way to import images into flightgear | on the fly. The basic goal would be to show live video where | available and fall over to flight gear visuals when the feed is | lost(using a custom view from the camera perspective) .I am not sure

Re: [Flightgear-devel] News from FlightProSim!

2010-03-17 Thread Curtis Olson
own web traffic spikes, lots of new visitors come check out our web page for the first time, lots of new users download FlightGear and try it out. Probably our all time greatest spike (bigger than slashdot) was when we were mentioned as Kim Kommando's cool site of the day. So in my view, our

Re: [Flightgear-devel] FGData Split Completed - a.k.a. Life after the Split

2011-10-19 Thread TDO_Brandano -
RSS/atom feed, but will need to work on caching first. Currently I have been periodically fetching the above page and saving it as a static resource that is then referred to as requested. It should help those that are on slower connection or pay a high data rate for traffic. (Or those who