I have vehicle velocity data stored as North, East, and Down velocities (in meters/second), as well as position data. I would like to display this velocity data visually on a vehicle simulation, perhaps using an arrow attached to the vehicle or something similar. My question is, what is the easiest way to pass this data into a CZML file so that it can be represented in the simulation?
You may also find the discussion in this thread helpful, where I showed an example of creating a dynamic arrow that shows the vehicle’s velocity for debugging purposes:
Thanks for the reply. The data is stored in a CSV file, which I am parsing into CZML. I was eventually able to implement a velocity arrow both ways: by calculating end coordinates for a polyline arrow before passing it into the application, and by passing the N, E, D values in directly and creating a polyline arrow from there using built-in Cesium functions.