For our use case, the Boron LTE should relay data to a database while it is in transit. So far we have only tested where there is sound cellular service, but what will happen when the device encounters dead zones in transit? Is the data stored locally until service is available and then when service is available all of the data is relayed to the database? Or will the data from the dead zones be lost?
It won’t automatically be saved for later, but you can allow for that in your firmware. Depending on how big the payload is and how long the device will be down will determine if you can store this information on the device or if you need external memory storage.
Hi Collin, and welcome to the community!
on top of what Michael said, there’s this library that can queue the publish messages that your firmware may be doing: