Raw logs of ISOBUS messages

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Jorge Pinto

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Aug 5, 2020, 4:10:12 AM8/5/20
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Hi.

Congratulations for this OpenSource project!! I believe it must be like that if we really want to fast advance the technology - I am the founder of some small OpenSource projects on other fields like ebikes.

I am professionally working for a robotics laboratory of agricultural and we would like to have access to raw logs of ISOBUS messages, can someone point me this type of logs, even if is outside of this project?

I am really curious about the future of this project and I learned a lot right now looking at the sources of ISOBlue software for Linux, on the CAN and ISOBus. I hope to keep learn and maybe collaborate in some way if possible.

Yang Wang

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Aug 5, 2020, 1:23:33 PM8/5/20
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Hello Jorge,

Congratulations for this OpenSource project!! I believe it must be like that if we really want to fast advance the technology - I am the founder of some small OpenSource projects on other fields like ebikes.

Thanks! We have been working on this for a while and we also believe FOSS will help us a lot in moving things quicker in this space.

I am professionally working for a robotics laboratory of agricultural and we would like to have access to raw logs of ISOBUS messages, can someone point me this type of logs, even if is outside of this project?

If you want to access the past logs, you can check out this page. It would take you to a page that gives some metadata along with download links. There is a guide on how to use this data.

I am really curious about the future of this project and I learned a lot right now looking at the sources of ISOBlue software for Linux, on the CAN and ISOBus. I hope to keep learn and maybe collaborate in some way if possible.

That's fantastic. Our newest development is ISOBlue Avena. We have moved from building static BSPs (i.e, images with needed software) to containerizing our programs (with Docker) with remote updates (with Ansible). The Avena software stack is only a little over its infancy and we are definitely open to ideas. On the hardware side, we are designing a new board Avena Shield to include CAN, cellular plus other capabilities. Please play around with the project and feel free to submit issues and PRs.

Thanks,
Yang
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