Started by Menion, March 04, 2013, 19:51:25
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Quote from: "menion""What does "during usage" mean? During track recording?"yes also during a long track recording. And don't worry, there should not be any huge change after calibration, but Locus should spread new calibration into next few minutes so there will be fluent movement of altitude from previous calibration value to new ... we'll see how this will work
Quote from: "menion"@sherman: do you know any site that offer METAR data for the whole world? I'm not able to find any. Only some local
Quote from: "menion"and tommi yes ... did you tried to record track with pressure sensor with just one calibration at start? If so then you have to noticed that altitude in the end is wrong for quite a huge value (in tens of metres). So there is need for some calibration even during a day
Quote from: "menion"edit: to your info, Locus check calibration (and re-calibrate if needed) every 2 hours
Quote from: "Christian"I'm not a mathematician but if i have values from the SRTM files and the track- what's the problem with the computation of uphill, downhill and flat ? Am i wrong?