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I mapped some new LTE areas around Newton and Hickory, NC this past Friday and Saturday. None of the data has appeared on the Sensory maps, even though I made sure the reporting data was sent. This isn't the first time I've mapped an area and Sensory has not updated with the information. It is extremely frustrating, not to mention a waste of fuel if it's all for nothing.

 

Are there any steps I can take to make sure the data I'm collecting will be properly uploaded to Sensorly and available on the maps in a timely manner?

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I mapped some new LTE areas around Newton and Hickory, NC this past Friday and Saturday. None of the data has appeared on the Sensory maps, even though I made sure the reporting data was sent. This isn't the first time I've mapped an area and Sensory has not updated with the information. It is extremely frustrating, not to mention a waste of fuel if it's all for nothing.

 

Are there any steps I can take to make sure the data I'm collecting will be properly uploaded to Sensorly and available on the maps in a timely manner?

 

Sensorly seems to be having issues. I am having a hell of a time accessing the site, and it's been that way for at least a day now.

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Correct, Sensorly is in the process of adding several severs. They were hoping to have them online today. The Sensorly team is very good at communicating with us, and listening to requests and bug reports. Please use the Sensorly thread for any further issues.

 

Thank you!

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Thanks for the info. I thought I had viewed a Sensory thread previously and now I have the link bookmarked. Thanks everyone for the quick replies. Mods, feel free to lock this one up.

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