Check, “/m2mstudio/dropins/com.wavecom.openat.ide.spm.lib.os.model.6.31.0.03_6.31.0.03/resources/readme.html”, there’s a list with all the samples. Once again the location of the file is not the best option. They need to provide some friendly tools, I figure that they’re working on it… little things like that can make a disaster of a good product.
I agree. I’m an IT engineer, and I’m fighting with tools like that for many years, but my collegues at the electronic departament are getting crazy with this…
I know, but we need a ‘b’ plan if Wavecom fails (software/hardware or cost), and some of our clients demand us some ‘extra’ functionallity that we cannot achive with Wavecom, a display to store data, and things like that, our goal is to keep the same AVL software ‘core’ that can be run in different platforms. That’s why we are mixing platforms.
It’s our choice for those small embbedd applications, for example in simple AVL vehicle tracking, or in our parking systems, where is critical the power consumption.
It’s just one of the scenarios in which we work. The idea is to keep the same core functionallity running on different machines.