I'm happy to go either way, which ever would be easiest.
I do need to put in a line which would act as our start / finish line to be able to count the number of laps which has been completed
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Tracking multiple objects using GPS
I'm hoping this is possible and there is a framework out there already.
I am writing a program to take in gps data from multiple bike trackers to be able to put their real time positions on a map.
I have got the units setup and the data coming in over a serial port, now I'm onto trying to have a map and display their position on it. I've been looking around but haven't been able to find a solution that displays all the bikes on one map.
So my question, does anyone know of a solution that will allow me to have a premade, or make my own, track that will allow me to put 2 to 5 bikes on the same map.
RE: Multiple Widget Containers
Thanks for the suggestions guys, will have an investigation this afternoon when I get on my computer.
Would either way work with displaying different information?
I'm trying to visualise how it will give each a different name. Is it possible to append each widget name with a number? If I call the widget bikeinfo, Say bikeinfo1 for bike 1, bikeinfo2 for bike 2 etc?
Multiple Widget Containers
I'm relatively new to Qt and C++ programming, I've got the framework of what a program I want to build looks like, however I'm wondering if it's possible to create a number of widget containers on the go? ie If I tell it to create 4 it will do that for me, without having to recompile the program each time?
I'd like to load a CSV file, read the number of columns and create that number of widget containers to display different data.
It's for a race tracking program, each column will be a different competitor and show their current laptimes and previous laptimes
Thanks for the help :)