[REL] Z1 Dashboard v4.4

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  1. Ari Antero

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    It is v4.19.1 and itwas like that with ver.4.19.0 too.
    I am not using the Z1 server. Dashboard is running on the same machine as the sim, no other software running.
     
  2. RussellHodgson

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    In this video we discuss what we've been up to over the past month and what our goals are for the next month or so.



    Including updated on the website, emails, current versions, sim compatibility, future feature lists and more.

    The current demo can be downloaded here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
  3. RussellHodgson

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    Can you give me a link to this exact track? We want to test with it and make sure we have the right version. It could be there is something missing from the track definition that is causing an issue. We have seen this before on some custom tracks.

    Thanks.
     
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    Version 4.20 of the Z1 Dashboard is now available! We've got a ton of new features in this version including:

    Four Acceleration and deceleration dashboards.
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    New 'dark mode' dashboards of the standings and relative dashboards.
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    New dashboards for the Audi R3.
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    Three new 2019 stockcar dashboards for XFinity series cars.
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    Compatibility with F1 2019 and Assetto Corsa Competizione.

    Compatibility with OBDII readers and GPS devices for our Track and Commercial users.

    New shift light patterns for iRacing.

    Existing users can get the update here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    New users can download the demo here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Don't miss out on this great update!

    Here is the full list of release notes:
    * There are two new dashboards: Acceleration Dash 1 and Acceleration Dash 2. These let you measure acceleration times. They will measure your 0-100 KPH, 0-100 MPH and quarter mile times. Acceleration Dash 1 will then display the best ones achieved in the stint, and the previous 5 acceleration runs in the stint. Acceleration Dash 2 will display the current run, along with an acceleration graph. For both dashes if the time is displayed in green then it is your best of the current stint.

    These dashboards are intended to let you practice your acceleration from a standing start to see how to achieve the fastest times. To begin a run, come to a complete stop. Then one you start moving the timer will begin. As you pass each of the three milestones the time to reach them will be displayed. To finish a run, come to a complete stop.

    Note as we want the times to be as accurate as possible the list of times and best acceleration times will not be displayed while you are accelerating, to reduce rendering cycles. In addition, the Z1 Dashboard's 'Sleep' mode will be turned off. (Sleep mode waits 10 milliseconds each time through the main loop to help reduce CPU load.) Finally data logging will also be turned off. After using these dashboards you will need to manually turn data logging back on again.

    * There are two new dashboards: Deceleration Dash 1 and Deceleration Dash 2. These let you measure stopping distances. They will measure your stopping distance from 200 KPH to zero, and 200 KPH to 100 KPH. In MPH this is 124 to zero and 124 to 60. They will also record the maximum G-Forces under braking. Deceleration Dash 1 will then display the best ones achieved in the stint, and the previous 5 deceleration runs in the stint. Deceleration Dash 2 will display the current run, along with a deceleration graph. This graph will show both distance and g-forces over speed. For both dashes if the distances or g-forces are displayed in green then it is your best of the current stint.

    These dashboards are intended to let you practice your stopping from speed to see how to achieve the shortest distances. To begin a run, accelerate up to 200 KPH (124 mph) and then brake to a complete stop. The speed distance will turn green when you are going fast enough to start your braking. Then one you start braking the distances will start to be recorded. As you pass each of the three milestones the time to reach them will be displayed. To finish a run, come to a complete stop.

    Note as we want the data to be as accurate as possible the list of data and best stopping distances will not be displayed while you are braking to reduce rendering cycles. In addition, the Z1 Dashboard's 'Sleep' mode will be turned off. (Sleep mode waits 10 milliseconds each time through the main loop to help reduce CPU load.) Finally data logging will also be turned off. After using these dashboards you will need to manually turn data logging back on again.

    * Two new dashboards: The Audi R3 Dash 1 and Dash 2 dashboards are now available.

    * Added four new dashboards: Standings DM Dash 1-4 are now available. These are 'dark mode' versions of the original Standings Dash 1-4 dashboards.

    * Added new dash: Relative DM Dash. This is a 'dark mode' version of the Relative Dash.

    * Three New dashboards for 2019 X-Finity stock cars: Stockcar 2019 Dash 1, Stockcar 2019 Dash 2 & Stockcar 2019 Dash 3.

    * ODBII/GPS compatibility: The Commercial License and Track License now allows users of the Dashboard to connect to a bluetooth ODBII reader and/or a bluetooth GPS device. You can then use the Z1 Dashboard to monitor your car and/or location through the various dashboards available on the Z1 Dashboard. We will be doing various videos on how this works, discussing how to connect to the devices, and what data you can get from those devices. Note this is currently a beta feature.

    * New shift light illumination pattern: 'All LR (iRacing)' - if you select this option for your dashboard, in the Car 3 tab, then the Z1 will read the 'first shift light' and 'last shift light' RPM values from iRacing. Those numbers will be used to determine when the shift lights will be illuminated. The shift lights on the dashboard will illuminate evenly between the first and last shift light values, as provided by iRacing. The accuracy of the numbers provided by iRacing varies from car to car. This results in some cars being very accurate using this method, and other being off a bit. The cars that have different shift light sequences based on the gear are the least accurate. Finally, this obviously only works with iRacing. The other sims do not provide this data.

    * The Z1 Dashboard is now offering beta compatibility with Assetto Corsa Competizione. This is because at the time of this release the Shared Memory (v1.0.7) available for this sim is quite incomplete. There is a lot of data which is not currently included. One major aspect is that the Shared Memory does not report when the sim exits. So at this time there is no way for the Z1 Dashboard to know that the sim has exited. Once the Shared Memory has been updated we will include these updates in the next major release of the Z1 Dashboard.

    To have the Z1 Dashboard check for Assetto Corsa Competizione make sure check box next to the Assetto Corsa drop down in the Network tab of the Z1 Dashboard settings dialog is checked. And make sure you select Assetto Corsa Competizione from the drop down.

    * The Z1 Dashboard is now compatible with Codemaster's F1 2019 sim.

    * If Debug Mode is turned on you will now see a message alerting you to this, along with the currently selected debug mode, ad the top of the dashboard when you are in the car. Debug mode can use up a lot of performance, so this message will ensure you do not leave it on when not needed.

    * The mouse wheel will now scroll drop downs in the settings dialog as appropriate.

    * If there is a blue scroll bar in a settings tab, then you can now use the mouse wheel to scroll the part of the settings tab that is associated with that blue scroll bar. Previously you could only move the area by clicking and dragging the scroll bar.

    Download the demo here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
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    Version 4.20 of the Z1 Dashboard brings three new stock car dashboards. These are for the XFinity stock cars. They are all set and waiting for you to experience them!

    You can download the demo here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Stockcar 2019 Dash 1
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    Stockcar 2019 Dash 2
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    Stockcar 2019 Dash 3
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    Acceleration dashboards and Deceleration dashboards. These completely new dashboard concepts are included in version 4.20 of the Z1 Dashboard.

    They are more than simple dashboards that display how fast you are going, but rather show you exactly how fast you were able to accelerate, or decelerate.

    Acceleration Dash #1
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    Acceleration Dash #1
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    Deceleration Dash #1
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    Deceleration Dash #2
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    Determine the best way to get off the line as fast as possible. Have drag race competitions with your friends. Figure out how to shed speed as fast as possible. See if you are braking as consistently as you think you are.

    All this from easy to use dashboards. Just select them, and step on the gas or the brakes. Yup - the Z1 Dashboard makes it that simple for you.

    Download the demo today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
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    Dark mode versions of the Standings and Relative dashboards are now available in version 4.20 of the Z1 Dashboard.

    Standings 1 and 2 show all cars on track.
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    Standings 3 and 4 show just the cars in your class.
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    The Relative dash shows the three cars ahead and behind you on track.
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    Just another way the Z1 Dashboard makes it easier for you to race and win.

    Download the demo today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
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    Version 4.20 of the Z1 Dashboard includes 14 new dashboards. In this video we take a peak at all of them.

    They are:
    Acceleration Dash 1 & 2
    Deceleration Dash 1 & 2
    Audi R3 Dash 1 & 2
    Stockcar 2019 Dash 1,2 & 3
    Relative Dash Dark Mode
    Standings Dash 1-4 Dark Mode



    Remember the Z1 Dashboard comes with the Z1 Analyzer - one of the best telemetry applications for improving your laps times.

    Download the demo today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
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    On our website you can view all the available dashboards included with the Z1 Dashboard. But with 165 available dashboards, it was time to split out how those dashboards were displayed online.

    An app that shows only information like RPM, speed, lap times, etc, is okay, but lacking. That is why the Z1 Dashboard goes far beyond that to include all sorts of dashboards, from track maps, to weather, to pit stop help, to standings, and much more.

    This page shows all the variations on the track map dashboard available. https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/trackMapDashboards.cfm

    Track Map Dash 1
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    Track Map Dash 2
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    Track Map Dash 5
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    Track Map Dash 6
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    Track Map Dash 7
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    Track Map Dash 9
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    Make sure you are getting the most out of the Z1 Dashboard!

    Download the demo today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    And remember the Z1 Dashboard comes with the Z1 Analyzer - one of the best applications available for helping you become a faster driver!
     
  12. RussellHodgson

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    Version 4.20.1 of the Z1 Dashboard is now available. This is for a single bug fix that was necessary.

    * Fixed a bug where if the sim had more than 64 cars in a session at once it could cause the Z1 Dashboard to crash.

    You can download the demo here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
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    There are currently 165 dashboards available with the Z1 Dashboard software. 18 of those are what we call Specialty dashboards. These are various dashboards that help you with your race.

    The Adjustment dashboards are two examples of this. This set of dashboards provides you with information about various in-car settings. One easy glance gives you all the information you need.

    Adjustment Dash 1
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    Adjustment Dash 2
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    You can see all the Specialty dashboards here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/specialtyDashboards.cfm

    Remember the Z1 Dashboard comes with the Z1 Analyzer - one of the best applications for helping you improve as a driver!
     
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    We've just released version 4.20.2 of the Z1 Dashboard software. This fixes two bugs found in version 4.20.0.

    * Fixed a bug which could cause the Dashboard to crash when running Assetto Corsa Competizione in multiplayer.

    * Fixed a bug which could cause the Dashboard to display incorrect gear, and RPM data when using Codemasters F1 2019.

    You can download the demo here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
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    There are currently 165 dashboards available with the Z1 Dashboard software. 18 of those are what we call Specialty dashboards. These are various dashboards that help you with your race.

    The Ahead/Behind dashboards are two examples of this. This set of dashboards provides you with information about the drivers who are directly ahead of you and behind you on track.

    This includes the driver's name, car and position, as well as:
    * Their last lap time
    * Their fastest lap time
    * The number of laps since they last pitted
    * Your delta to their lap times - so you know if you are gaining or losing time to them.
    * Whether they are one of your tracked drivers.

    Ahead/Behind Dash 1
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    Ahead/Behind Dash 2
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    Ahead/Behind Dash showing tracked drivers
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    You can see all the Specialty dashboards here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/specialtyDashboards.cfm

    Download the demo today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Remember the Z1 Dashboard comes with the Z1 Analyzer - one of the best applications for helping you improve as a driver!
     
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    There are currently 165 dashboards available with the Z1 Dashboard software. 18 of those are what we call Specialty dashboards. These are various dashboards that help you with your race.

    Three of these dashboards display basic telemetry information.

    Telemetry Dash 1 shows the current data on most aspects of the car, including speed, gear, RPM, throttle, brake, tire and suspension information, and a friction circle.
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    Telemetry Dashes 2 and 3 display graphs of the recent data on RPM, speed, suspension, steering, throttle and brakes.
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    These three dashboards offer a simple way to see telemetry data. And if you want more detail you can use one of the best telemetry applications the Z1 Analyzer for full telemetry analysis, as it comes with the Z1 Dashboard.

    You can see all the Specialty dashboards here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/specialtyDashboards.cfm
     
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    We focus a lot on the big developments that come with each release of the Z1 Dashboard and Analyzer software. But the long list of small changes deserves some time in the spotlight as well!

    This video goes over the small changes from version 4.20 of the Dashboard and 1.17 of the Analyzer. Don't miss out on all the tips included in this video.



    Jump To:
    Z1 Dashboard: Automatic Shift Lights for iRacing: 0:47
    Z1 Dashboard & Analyzer: Debug Notifications: 1:28
    Z1 Dashboard & Analyzer: New Scrolling Options: 3:05
    Z1 Analyzer: Min/Max/Avg Values: 4:16
    Z1 Analyzer: Custom Traces & PI & Custom Colors: 5:11
    Z1 Analyzer: Pause Button: 6:57
    Z1 Analyzer: Opening Laps From Tracks With Different Names: 8:17

    Download the demo today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
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    The Z1 Dashboard includes a huge variety of Dashboards for cars, track maps, telemetry, weather and more.

    But one of its biggest features is how it helps you with race strategy during the race.

    It helps you with when to pit, where you'll be after a stop, where your competitors are during your stop, pit lane speed limits, and even lets you simulate a race in a practice session.



    Where will you be after your pit stop? 0:31
    Z1 Dashboard Strategy Options 2:02
    Setting your pit stop options 6:10
    Tracking cars during your pit stop 7:57
    How many pit stops will you be making? 10:07
    How to simulate a race 11:44

    Other videos:
    How to customize the track map:


    Download the demo today:
    https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
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    There are currently 165 dashboards available with the Z1 Dashboard software. 18 of those are what we call Specialty dashboards. These are various dashboards that help you with your race.

    The Tire Dashboard and Weather Dashboard are two examples of these. The Weather Dashboard provides you with the current weather conditions, including cloud cover, air & track temps, wind direction and speed, and more.
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    The Tire Dashboard shows you current information on tire temperature, pressure, compound and wear. It also displays the brake temps, shock deflection and ride height.
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    Note the amount of data displayed in these two dashboard is dependent on the sim you are running.

    You can see all the Specialty dashboards here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/specialtyDashboards.cfm

    Remember the Z1 Dashboard comes with the Z1 Analyzer - one of the best applications for helping you improve as a driver!

    Download the demo today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     
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    Version 4.21 of the Z1 Dashboard is now available!

    This latest version bring a huge new feature that allows you to share your data over the internet with your team mates! It is quick and easy to create a data stream for your team mates to connect to. Choose a name, what data you want to share and whether or not you want to set a password.

    Set up your data stream in the Z1 Server
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    The Z1 server shows your data stream's status
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    Click the new icon on the Z1 Dashboard to view the list of currently available data streams
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    Select a data stream using the Z1 Dashboard
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    We have also introduced a new license level - Educational. This is for schools, colleges and universities so they can use the Z1 software in a teaching environment.

    As we now have four license levels (standard, track, educational and commercial) you can now choose which license level you'd like to try out when running the demo.

    Select license level when running the demo.
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    Download the demo here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm

    Existing users can download this update here: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm

    Full list of release notes:
    * SENDING DATA OVER THE INTERNET
    As of this version you can now transmit your car's data over the internet so that other users of the Z1 software (Dashboard/Server at this time) can view that data from remote locations. You can either choose to send your data, or you can choose to connect to a data stream from a driver who is transmitting their data. Multiple people can connect to a driver's data stream.

    Usages of this feature would be to allow teams of drivers to see the data of other drivers in their teams when those drivers are on track. Or a driver coach could monitor a driver's actions while they are in the car. Note that this is the internet and there will be lag, so the data may not be exactly real time to the millisecond.


    SENDING DATA
    The Z1 Server is used to send your data over the internet. All you have to do is start the Z1 Server and any sim currently supported by the Z1 Server software. Then click on the settings icon at the top right of the Z1 Server screen. There is a new tab called 'Internet'. Select this tab. You can then enter a name for your data stream. Your driver name would be a good example of the name to enter here. You can choose to password protect your data stream by entering a password. If you leave the password blank then anyone can join your data stream.

    There are three types of data you can select to transmit. You can choose any combination of the three.
    CAR STATS: This is sent once a second and includes your lap times, sector times, lap completed, total laps, car position, etc.

    CAR DATA: You can choose either Brief or Full. This data is sent as frequently as possible.
    Brief data includes rpm, water temp, water pressure, oil pressure, oil temp, speed, fuel remaining, voltage, longitudinal acceleration, lateral acceleration, vertical acceleration, throttle, brake, steering percentage, steering angle, ERS level, ERS max level, max ERS per lap, ERS used this lap, ERS deploy percentage, gear, various warning flags, tire inner temp, tire middle temp, tire outer temp, tire pressure, brake temp, tire wear, wheel speed.

    Full data includes: lap percent, rpm, water temp, cylinder head temp, water pressure, water level, oil pressure, fuel pressure, oil temp, speed, fuel remaining, fuel level percent, fuel density, voltage, longitudinal acceleration, lateral acceleration, vertical acceleration, throttle, brake, clutch, throttle raw, brake raw, steering percent, steering angle, steering torque, steering torque percentage, power MGUK, torque MGUK, power MGUH, ERS level, ERS max level, max ERS per lap, ERS used this lap, ERS deployment percentage, manifold pressure, fuel per hour, yaw north, center front spring ride height, center front spring shock deflection, center front spring shock velocity, center rear spring shock deflection, center rear shock velocity, gear, various warning flags, tire inner temp, tire middle temp, tire outer temp, tire pressure, wheel ride height, wheel shock deflection, shock velocity, brake temps, tire wear, wheel speed, tire carcas inner temp, tire carcass middle temp, tire carcass outer temp, brake pressure, wheel rps, wheel camber.

    LOCATION DATA: You can choose either Brief or Full. This data is sent once a second. It includes the data on your competitors.
    Brief data includes: Just their location on track. You'll see the circle for each car on the track map, and nothing else.

    Full data includes: Their location on track, fastest lap time, last lap time, fast lap number, lap completed, iRating (iRacing only), safety rating (iRacing only), driver name, car name, car class, car number (for supported sims)



    Click the connect button to connect to the server. You should then receive a message confirming your connection. Then close the settings dialog to start your data stream.

    When you are connected to the internet you will see the word 'Internet' highlighted in white on the main Z1 Server screen. You will also see your average ping to the server.

    To disconnect you can either just quit the Z1 Server, or go back to the Internet tab and click Disconnect. Note if our servers loose contact with you for more than 10 seconds you will be automatically disconnected.


    RECEIVING DATA
    The Z1 Dashboard is used to receive data from the internet. To do so, start the Z1 Dashboard, but do not connect to a sim. On the Waiting For Connection screen, you will see an icon that looks like the world with a ring around it. Click on this to bring up the list of available data streams. You can scroll the list if necessary using your mouse wheel. You can refresh the list by clicking on the blue refresh icon at the top right of the window. The list will show the name of the data stream (driver), the sim, track and car being used for that stream. In addition you'll see the ping that stream is getting to our servers, and the number of other drivers currently connected to the stream. If the stream requires a password there will be a small padlock icon to the left of the driver stream name.

    Your ping to the server is listed at the top of the display.

    To select a stream to view simply double click on the desired data stream. If that data stream requires a password then you'll be prompted to enter it at this time. A confirmation dialog will be displayed letting you know if you were able to connect to the data stream. If successful then this window will close and you'll be viewing the Z1 Dashboard as you would if you were connected to a sim.

    Note obviously you cannot control what the other driver is doing. You are just watching them. You can still change dashboards as you would if you were driving. This allows you to view the data in a way that is useful to you.

    To disconnect from a data stream, simply close the Z1 Dashboard.


    ACCOUNT TIME LEFT
    You'll note that on both the Z1 Server and Z1 Dashboard there is a line saying 'account time left'. This display is in hours and minutes. This data streaming service is a pay service. We have to support it with servers and bandwidth, which we have to pay for. Because of this the use of the server will be charged at 50 cents per hour. You can purchase time for the service in $5 blocks (10 hours a time). Every user of the Z1 software will be given 10 free hours so that they can experience the data streaming service.

    When your account time left reaches zero your data stream will be terminated until you add additional time to the service. This can be done by going to the My Dashboard page (https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/MyDashboard.cfm), entering your order number, and purchasing additional time there.


    REGISTRATION
    You must have registered the Z1 Server and/or Z1 Dashboard using your order number for this feature to work.


    * When running the demo you can now choose between the four different license levels (standard, track, educational or commercial). This lets you try out each license level to determine which is right for you. As before, the demo will last 15 minutes regardless of the license level selected. After the 15 minutes is over you will have to restart the Analyzer to get another 15 minutes.

    * There is a new license level - educational. This is intended for educational institutions. For details on this license level and what it offers please visit https://www.z1simwheel.com/analyzer/licenses.cfm

    * The default track map is now a circle. This is displayed if a track map does not exist for the selected track.

    Download the demo today: https://z1simwheel.com/dashboard/demo.cfm
     

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