In 2.4 Beta the GNS is producing the right messages in its own right. If you are running AAG Cloudwatcher, it has the ability to run scripts in the safe/unsafe condition through GNS. I’m not so clear what the overall implementation strategy is.
I think the following makes sense:
- The AAG cloudwatcher should ideally be running and ‘safe’ before the sequence starts exposing and should be able to send a warning message, say in rainy conditions, through the GNS to an iOS device.Ideally SGP would also be instructed of the non-safe condition.
- SGP should be able to also send messages to GNS but not in a way that overrides an ‘unsafe’ message.
- Both programs should be able to detect if the GNS application is active and not start a new instance and cause a crash.
If that strategy makes sense, then I think there is a missing part of the jigsaw - AAG cloudwatcher needs to have a Boltwood style interface to register the safe/unsafe condition to SGP. Does that make sense?