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Not working on slow Edge network

February 20, 2014 - 12:39pm #1

Hi all, 

I just tested your SDK for Cloud Recognition on iOS. 

My Problem is that I can't recognize images if I am on the edge network, because the internet is too slow. 
Is it possible to store the recognition data and send it later to the server ? 

Because I want to use the Cloud Recognition even when I'm offline or on a bad network connection. 

My error code is: update search result failed:-8

Greetings from Germany, 

Alexander Heinrich 

Not working on slow Edge network

February 21, 2014 - 4:56am #4

You can use more than one device database, but each DB can contain at most 100 images.

Also, you can activate more Device Databases at the same time, but still the limit is to have at most 100 active image targets (simultaneously).

What I'm saying is just that in order to use Cloud, you need to have sufficient bandwidth in your network, otherwise the Device DB is the only practical solution.

 

Not working on slow Edge network

February 21, 2014 - 4:23am #3

So you say the best solution would be to combine a local database with a cloud based database ? 

Can I store several local databases on my device ? 

Because we need to detect more than 100 images 

Greetings, 

Alexander Heinrich

Not working on slow Edge network

February 21, 2014 - 12:08am #2

Is it possible to store the recognition data and send it later to the server ? 

No, the Vuforia SDK will try to connect and "scan" your Cloud database as long as the TargetFinder is running, but you cannot enforce a specific behaviour like the one you describe.  SO, unfortunately,  if the current network is slow,  you will need to switch to a faster network, or  otherwise use Local Databases (i.e. not Cloud).

 

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