This feature is experimental. We do not recommend using it in production.
See below: Known limitations and issues for this first version.

The Tracking plotter allows you to

  • inspect

  • export

incoming tracking data.

How to use the Tracking plotter


  1. Configure camera tracking

  2. Configure routing

  3. Make sure the camera system who’s tracking data you want to inspect has

    • the correct tracking protocol selected

    • and the Status field shows incoming data

Open the Tracking plotter

  1. Click on "Inspect tracking data" in Configure > Routing

  2. Select the machine and the camera system for which you want to inspect the tracking data

  3. Select the properties you want to display

  4. Use the Pause button to pause or restart updating the tracking data

Advanced mode

  • Shows all parameters, also the previously hidden ones

  • Allows for saving settings to be used on next startup

  • Allows for viewport manipulation

  • Allows for exporting data

Show difference data

  1. Right click the parameter which you want to see its difference data of

  2. Click “Setup filters”

  3. Select the Adjacent difference filter and click “Add filter”

  4. Click “Apply changes"

    A parameter which has a filter applied is indicated by a small *

Filters can be combined. For example is the Adjacent difference filter sometimes combined with the Simple Moving Average filter.

Export tracking data for debugging

  1. Enable Advanced mode

  2. Right click in the viewport and click “Export…”

  3. Choose the data and format you like and click “Export”

Known limitations and issues

  • Plotting tracking data with a frequency higher than 100Hz might cause incorrect curves