new GPS track analyzer found


My beloved GPS analyzer “GPS-Track” has been discontinued 🙁 I wasn’t able to locate an old version of it so I had to find a new tool which does the trick. On the other hand I upgraded my Windows Mobile phone to a newer version – resulting in the not-running of my previous gps logging tool. So I had to find another new tool.

First the GPS Logging tool:

It’s freeware, written in .NET and worked out of the box with my bluetooth gps. It’s called “GPS Cycle Computer” and has a lot of cool features like Google-Earth KML export, the obligatory GPX support and a great several display modes.

GPS-Cycle-Computer

The GPS Logger exports an .GPX file which then is imported into the Analyzer called “GPS-Track-Analyse.NET”. This tool – obviously designed to analyze hiking – allows you to view the data in different ways, edit waypoints and export it to several other formats.

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Source 1: http://www.gps-freeware.de/Vorschau.aspx
Source 2: the previous GPS Tracker Tool I used
Source 3: the new Windows Mobile GPS Logger tool

  1. #1 by Rollek on April 25, 2009 - 23:24

    The SmartRunner Mobile App [1] tracks your route as well. After upload, it even shows diagram and map on the SmartRunner-Website. 🙂

    Regards, Rollek

    [1] http://www.smartrunner.de/pages/Download.aspx

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