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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions regarding Auterion's implementation of Remote ID
Currently it is not possible to use regular WiFi while Remote ID is enabled, since Auterion then cannot guarantee that the message interval is strictly lower than 1s at all times. See our test on measuring the message interval using Wireshark for more information.
By default Auterion's Remote ID deterministically generates the vehicle serial number using Auterion's registered manufacturer code and Skynode's UUID. In AuterionOS version 2.5.5, these values cannot be modified. Starting with AuterionOS 2.7, the manufacturer code can be customized and an additional ID field added. For more details see the section on how the vehicle serial number is calculated.
The timestamp is set by AuterionOS, using messages from either AMC or PX4 as a source.
The timestamp associated with the operator location message is equivalent to the timestamp of the positioning data in the most recent message from AMC. Likewise, the timestamp of the vehicle's position message will use the timestamp of APX4's location data.