Rocrail uses the raw position data provided by GTcommand as TCP/IP stream.
GPS coordinates must be setup in the sensor objects.
|Windows XP, Vista and 7|
"C:\Program Files\GamesOnTrack\GTcommand\GTcommand.exe" tcpsendpos:15010
Data is delivered in a comma-separated string. For every receiver there is an ID, distance and level:
<Time>, <Sender ID>, <valid measurement>, <x>, <y>, <z>, <Receiver ID>, <Distance>, <Level>
|<Time>||Milliseconds after start|
|<Sender ID>||The specific transmitter ID, can be seen on the label|
|<valid measurement>||1 for valid measurement, 0 for invalid|
|<x>||The x-coordinate in mm|
|<y>||The y-coordinate in mm|
|<z>||The z-coordinate in mm (is normally negative in a right handed coordinate system)|
|<Receiver ID>||The specific receiver ID, can be seen on the label|
|<Distance>||The measured distance in mm|
|<Level>||The level of the measured ultrasound signal at the receiver. From 0-1000, with 0 being the lowest.|
Time SID v X Y Z RID1 RID2 RID3 55924,11000,1,1190,871,-1435,20104,2059,918,20103,1727,966,20105,1498,999; 56074,11015,1,1055,712,-1430,20104,1937,912,20103,1756,922,20105,1312,865; 56224,11000,1,1189,873,-1434,20104,2056,917,20103,1726,960,20105,1503,987; 56374,11015,1,1052,716,-1430,20104,1930,910,20103,1756,925,20105,1320,860;
Unique interface name to be used in the GPS sensors.
The name of the computer on which the GTcommand is running.
Most likely not "localhost" if Rocrail runs on Linux or Mac.
Connected to: GTcommand version 3.6.2
Position data will follow if the sender is displayed in the scenario.
|See the manual on how to setup the receivers.|