My question revolves around the “Offline Mode” mentioned during the Q/A section of the talk by @Carl.Gould.
I understand that the feature probably is not in our near future, 5 months between 7.0 and 7.1, but could anyone speak to the amount of data capable of being brought with the user into an offline state? I’ve got an ageing inventory system, would love to put a replacement into the hands of my field technicians, and would like to do it with Ignition. Most of the time my folks have connectivity but there are occasions when the connection is just good enough for the RTU to pass enough traffic to be functional or we’ve had to implement some sort of 900 Mhz solution because of range or topology. In those situations it would be great for the them to at least be able to see what is on their truck and assign it to a site.
Again I realize that its very early to ask this question but as we all know decisions like ripping out an inventory system and implementing a new one takes time. I think that if this would be a workable solution I could probably convince leadership to hold off and limp along for a while longer.
All the best.