1. The User logins to the Raspberry Pi via the Raspberry WIFI connection, which should be setup in AP Mode. The user should enter the Raspberry WIFI password to be able to connect to the Raspberry.
2. Once the user is connected to the Raspberry via its WIFI, the user opens up a browser on there mobile device (PC/Tablet/Mobile) and enters the Static IP of the local Server that is running on the Raspberry ([login to view URL]).
3. A Login Page will than display for the RPI Local Server. The user enters his username/password. Once logged in, the user can edit all the settings for the Radar (same settings as the Web Server).
4. To change the User RPI Login Credentials, the device must be connected to the internet, than the RPI Login Credentials can be changed via the "Admin Section"; or, the RPI Login Credentials can be changed in the Config File.
5. If the User forgets his RPI Login Credentials, he can view them by logging into the Web Server.
6. If the Raspberry is also linked to the "CLOUD CMS", the Cloud should receive the updated Radar configurations made via the Local Server App. If the user makes changes to the Radar configurations via the "CLOUD CMS", than the Local Server APP should also be updated with the changed settings.
7. The User can select to download the traffic data log to his mobile device. The downloaded "Traffic Data Log" can be viewed by using the PC "Data Log Viewer" application to view the data log.
8. The above application to be integrated with the current Radar App on the Raspberry, so that there is only one application/app.
9. The source code of the RPI APP to be protected so that it cannot be copied or replicated.
10. Add a function on the WEB APP so that the user can download the traffic log and images, which can than be viewed with our PC software application.
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I can do this task in just 200$ as i am an experienced embedded developer with lots of projects to showcase my work including raspberry pi. please ping to discuss on it further.