Create Simulator Paths

The QSS generates tags that move along predetermined paths, called Simulator Paths. The first step in using the application is to create such paths for the simulated tags. The following steps will guide you through the process.
Note: You can add as many Simulator Paths as you need. In cases with high volumes of tags (i.e. tens of thousands and above) we recommend running several Simulator Paths with fewer tags (e.g. a few thousand or less) per Path rather than one Path with all of the tags.
  1. Open an existing .quuppaproject file with the Quuppa Site Planner (QSP) or create a new project from scratch.
    Note: For more information about setting up a new project, please refer to the Quuppa Development Kit Quick Start Guide.
  2. Add a new Simulator Path by opening the Planning menu and selecting Add Simulator Path.

    Tip: Alternatively, you can right-click on the Simulator Paths in the object tree on the left and select Add Simulator Path.
  3. Edit the Simulator Path polygon for your project.
    Tip: To enable polygon editing, click the Edit polygon button in the panel on the right.

  4. Edit the polygon settings in the Simulator Path panel on the right as needed:

    • Enabled checkbox - controls if the tags on this path are simulated or not
    • Number of Tags - sets the number of tags on this path
    • Tag height [m] - sets the height of the tags on this path
    • Tag velocity [m/s] - sets the velocity of the tags on this path (when set to 0, the tags will be stationary)
    • Tag Group - sets the tag group for the tags on this path
    • Tag TX rate - sets the transmit rater for the tags on this path
    • Tag TX power - sets the transmit power for the tags on this path