Teleportation to Florida,USA
mabene 6 years ago • updated by James 6 years ago • 8 • 1 duplicate
It looks like there's an annoying Bug in current 8.1 Firmware, if the car doesn't have valid GPS coordinates it returns Lat: -91.0, Long: -181.0 - which gets displayed as "Florida, USA".
This is of course not teslafis fault, but it does produce useless Start/End addresses if I'm parking underground.
Woould it be posible to special-case that pair of coordinates and treat them as unknown/empty?
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Thanks. I'm not quite sure how that slipped by the code I put in. I was checking if latitude == -91.0 to replace both the lat/long. I just changed it to look for latitude or longitude with the strange coordinates and we'll see if that catches everything now.
I tested by going into underground parking today; the end address of my 2nd drive today still shows Florida,USA as the destination (timestamp 18/4/17 12:31 PM). previously there used to be a series of these bad locations now there's just one left.
This is in place. The data logger will look for the bad coordinates and replace them with the last good coordinates. Please let me know if this helps.
Will do. I'll set it to look for the last good lat/long data and replace it with that. I usually run a new version of the data logger mirrored on a few accounts for a couple days just to make sure nothing else breaks. I'll post here when it's in place.
First a remark: I have no idea why these coordinates show up as Florida, USA - those are completely impossible coordinates (Latitude should be -90 for the south pole to 90 for the north pole; Longitude should be +- 180).
If replacement by empty data is not feasible, the best way to treat these would be replacing them by the previous values.
I moved this to the questions area just so it doesn't get lost in the feature requests area.
I can replace them if they occur in the data logger but if I replace them with a empty data it will break the front end of the site. I could replace them with the users home lat/lon but not sure if that would help or make things worse?