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Uploading User Files for Analysis

The RT system saves the raw Inertial and raw GPS data to its internal disk. This is a file with an RD extension. Using this file we are able to reprocess your data with differernt settings and hopefully recover it. We are also able to run the file through our real-time simulator and verify that there were not problems with the real-time software.

To get the RD file off your RT2000, RT3000 or RT4000 system you should use FTP. Transfer the file from the RT system to your PC using FTP. You will need to then transfer the file to the PC that can access the internet (i.e. one that can see this page). Our FTP server can be accessed on the following link:

ftp://oxts:Solutions@92.244.160.96/OXTS/DATA

Username: oxts
Password: Solutions

In Internet Explorer 6 you can just drag the files in to the frame below. You cannot use Internet Explorer 7, Firefox or many other browsers. Please put the address in to the address bar of “Computer” or “My Computer” instead.

Once you have put the data there please email us to let us know that the data has arrived.

mailto:support@oxts.co.uk

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The RT system saves the raw Inertial and raw GPS data to its internal disk. This is a file with an RD extension. Using this file we are able to reprocess your data with differernt settings and hopefully recover it. We are also able to run the file through our real-time simulator and verify that there were not problems with the real-time software.

To get the RD file off your RT2000, RT3000 or RT4000 system you should use FTP. Transfer the file from the RT system to your PC using FTP. You will need to then transfer the file to the PC that can access the internet (i.e. one that can see this page).

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