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AvNav implementation in OP2
That was absolutely right. I modified my node-red flow so the timestamp use ISO8601 date time strings (msg.timestamp = new Date(msg.timestamp).toISOString();) and now it works exactly as expected.

Thanks for your time,
New daily from today should also get the own MMSI from SK without the need of setting it in AvNav additionally.
Ok - the new release is there.
See the release notes - some of the features already have been discussed here.
A new installer is also there (mainly OP3).
It's me again with AIS questions Big Grin

So I just noticed that the AIS Info page that appears when I click on an AIS target doesn't show boath details like length or beam.
Also noticed that on the AIS settings configuration, the list of elements that i can select as First/Second/Third label is fixed, so I can't select length there either.
I don't know if that's just expected, a bug, or some misconfiguration on my side.

SignalK showing all the simulated boat data:

What I see in AvNav:

What I see in FreeboardSk (just to check):

Length and beam are currently not it the list.
Maybe you could create an issue on Github for that.
Done. I'll also take a look at the code on monday and see if I can contribute myself with a PR Smile
A PR would be great - but finally it needs implementation at several places...
Not to complex anyway.

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