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FLARMNET Integration


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Hi
is it possible to integrate the FLARMNET DB and displays it?
It's an official site from FLARM and DB is not encrypted.

Update should also be done via your update manager.
Thx

Michael


Tim Dawson
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I think you forgot to tell people what this is.

Or were you hoping everyone would go off and research it in their own time?

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Thought you have knowledge of this
anyway, from the homepage:

"FlarmNet is a database, in which people can enter their Flarm®-Radio-ID, an unique identifier stored in all FLARM®-compatible devices. Additional information such as name, aircraft type or registration can be added as well. With FlarmNet-compatible devices you can see all the submitted information to the corresponding FLARM®-Radio-ID. This means you can see who is flying other aircraft, on which radio frequency he usually is and even more - all directly in the air in your cockpit. FlarmNet compatible devices are available from many different manufacturers."

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When I read ‘This means you can see who is flying other aircraft, on which radio frequency he usually is and even more - all directly in the air in your cockpit.’ all my alarm bells are ringing. Personal data of other people in times of GDPDR on my device? No, the minute Skydemon incorporates such a database I am no longer a user.
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These entries in this DB is done by the aircraft owner if he wants ... if you dont do it , nobody will identify you , the frequency is just an info
anyway this DB is used by many devices more in the glider community (LXnav,etc)


Tim Dawson
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As far as I know, incorporating this database would simply mean that we could show the registration (and perhaps further information) of gliders whose Flarm ID is known. Is that it? If so, I do not see a great benefit for our pilots, but stand to be corrected.
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