We are setting up a permanent monitoring system for slow moving landslides using two Reach RS, one as base located in a stable area and the second in the area where we expect movements.
While the system is deployed in the field, it is framed into a VPN with the server located in our office. So, each GPS is accesible as if it were in a local network. We have succeed in remotely plotting the GPS’s coordinates using RTKplot (both reach units stream their solutions over TCP/IP as server and a workstation in the office plots the realtime solutions).
Now this is my ask for support: we are whising to create reports showing Rover’s movement plots (i.e. Rover’s E-N-Up cumulative displacements and baseline cumulative displacements) and to store the solutions on our server. To achieve this goal we would like that each Reach RS periodically (hourly?) sync their logs folder, the one where llh fiels are stored, with a server located in our office.
On our point of view it is important that the “sync” is triggered by each Reach RS so that is done only when there is enough UMTS coverage.
We were whishing to use “crontab” but we found out that the edison board don’t have it and it isn’t possible to use the opkg command to install “crontab” since the command redirects to emlid’s servers.
To your knowledge there is any other option to schedule scripts using the edison boards?