We more or less do that now. When the user clicks the ‘Transmit’ button from PAC Display the Opto22 R2 controller issues the command [via a comm handle] to transmit/move the complete data report file to a temporary file. Somewhere in this process [we inherited the code] FileZilla is used to either move and/or complete the processes via FTP. We have another [inherited code] that when the operator clicks ‘Transmit’ it stores the file on the R2 controller. In this instance, they store a ‘rolling’ (FIFO) of six files. The user has created their own laptop to connect via RS-232 and pulls the files to the laptop. I’m sure its FTP, but its their proprietary process. In another application that uses Linux, we use the Opto22 R2 controller API feature and then is tied to a small python routine to safely close out down Google Chrome then shut down the pc. Over the years, FileZilla has had issues, we currently do not have a way to confirm the file has been transferred to the pc (except for the user to open the folder on the pc). Once the controller is power cycled or another file is created, the previous file is overwritten. We’re just looking into ways to ‘bulletproof’ the process.