I would like to use CESIUM to build a data visualization showing computer data moving between two points on the globe over a period of time. (1-2K transactions per day).
The flight line should reflect data packets transmitted between a number of source points expressed in (Long, Lat) to a destination point B expressed in (Long, Lat).
As this is purely a visualisation the trajectory does not need to be accurate but simply eye candy to show how theis is a lot of traffic at specific times of the day and quieter at other times.
This should be a relatively simple visualization in comparison to some of the more complex space / military application that it have seen in the video tutorials and i am hoping that this has been
done before …
The goal would be to build something attractive such as this from NATS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrZSelcIxWM.
In my case the flightpath of the data is only a straight line if viewed on a flat earth projection but i would like show the data against the global background - rising into the atmosphere and
landing at its destination point and be abe to zoom into a country select a specific flight-line and see the attributes of the transmitted data
So i am looking for some pointers to see if this has been done before (and which route is recommended CZML or the API… based on my limited understanding)
I had a look through but I did’nt see any videos that match this scenario on VIMEO.