I use sky and air on my 5th wheel RV. Right now, north is towards the front of the RV. Ideally, I could update location based on network GPS from one of my cellular hotspots. I’m less concerned about in motion logging but prefer not to have the invalid data eg, artificial wind speeds. I’ve been meaning to write a script to populate location information from afformentioned GPS data. Would be extremely simple. Without a compass it would be difficult with GPS data alone for me to determine final orientation after parking the RV. Since us RVers do not have the same level of navigation that marine vessels have its likely our solutions and overall requirements would differ. That said, interesting thread which I’ll continue to follow.
I haven’t dove into the data weather flow logs but suspect location is not stored historically. Therefore weather data would be relatively meaningless unless location and date time are captured along side weather information.
Btw, driving down the road at 70mph, the sky recorded average wind speads in the 30-40mph range. I suspect this was due to my antenna mast being lowered to near roof level. Has anyone tested accuracy of sky while in motion? Is wind chill a factor? Not a meteorologist but suspect some of the readings could be less accurate while in motion. Parked my rain sensor goes off now and then. I’m suspecting it’s vibration from an rv eg, walking around, shutting doors etc.