You will need to set up the hardware in one of the following 2 ways:
- SDVFR and NeuroFly on the same tablet or Smartphone.
- SDVFR and NeuroFly on two separate devices that are connected by WIFI (through a shared connection or through a box).
You must first set up NeuroFly so that it sends the information to SDVFR. In "App Settings", at the bottom of the "Navigation Software" section, you can select:
- the information you want to share with SDVFR (your position and/or that of the detected aircraft)
- the destination for NeuroFly according to your settings.
In SDVFR, you will need to enable reception via GDL90: go to the "Settings" menu and click on the "Options" tab, then click on "Set up" in the "External traffic source" section.
- Select UDP GDL90
- Choose port 4000 (default port)
- Select ON to use a GPS network from an external source (optional).
Here you can define the limits (horizontal and vertical) that you want to display in SDVFR.
The setting on both applications are stored for future use.
To test that it is working, you can run a demo (with 2 or 3 airplanes). The positions are transmitted to SDVFR via the GDL90 protocol.
Only the Android version of SDVFR can receive traffic information from external sources.