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Development => Discussion/New features => Navigation & Guidance => Topic started by: 0709 on November 20, 2017, 18:21:50

Title: Locus Navigation experimental
Post by: 0709 on November 20, 2017, 18:21:50
Experimental navigation method by gpx files I want to share.

Update: Import supported by Locus Pro 3.39.2

Instructions in (rtept)routepoints.
Gpx (rte)route_navrtept + wpt(poi)
Contains Via points, nav points, rtept's, and free (isolated) wpt's (poi).

Import into Locus. (attachment = 33_G_stwg_navrtept_direct_NL_POI.gpx)
-  Rtept and Poi containing Garmin_Locus Icons by <sym> are correctly displayed.

Start Navigate.
-  Locus navigate announces NavPoints and ViaPoints.
-  POI alerter (if set) the Poi's.
.
http://help.locusmap.eu/topic/locus-routerte-file-import-to-navigate
Title: Re: Locus Navigation experimental
Post by: 0709 on December 22, 2017, 17:22:41
Edit <sym>text by (pc) * GPX Editor or Android Notepad ++ etc.
* GPX Editor:  https://sourceforge.net/projects/gpxeditor/

The exact <sym>text must be known.
In attachment: 3 gpx files to exactly find out.

1. The Garmin list. (Wpt) <name> is identical to <sym>text.
2. The Locus Icon list. (Wpt) <name> is identical to <sym>text.
3. The Locus Navigation Icon list. (Route) by rte_navrtept.
Import route into Locus.
Choose trackdetails -> Waypoints. <name> is identical to <sym>text.


Elements gpx in the Locus navigation (rte)(route) example files.
http://www.topografix.com/gpx_manual.asp

<RTEPT> (routepoint).
Required Information:
<lat> Latitude.
<lon> Longitude.
Optional Position Information:
<ele> Elevation.
<time> Date_time.
Optional Description Information:
<name> Name. (Local language)
<cmt> Comment. (Local language ex: street name)
<desc> Description. (Local language ex: track grade, path, surface)
<sym>Symbol. (English text *Important Locus element contains Via or Navigation information)
<type> Type (category). (Nav, Via, Shape)

Locus does not use <type> information !
Locus does not use <desc> information in Navigation and Via points.

* Supported <sym>(text) at navigation is autotranslated into local language TTS order, or corresponding Morse sign.
   If <sym>(text) is not supported such a point is promoted into a "Via Point".
   "Via Point" announcement is by the TTS <name> element or by lower frequency Morse sign "t".

* Find supported Locus navigation <sym>(text) (+ corresponding Morse sign) in the attachments.

Title: Re: Locus Navigation experimental
Post by: uatschitchun on December 22, 2017, 18:12:58
Could you give a little hint on what you are experimenting on? It's always hard to tell, what you want to tell :-)🤔
Title: Re: Locus Navigation experimental
Post by: 0709 on December 23, 2017, 10:03:09
Instructions in rtept.

Advantages.

- Easy import: Navigate without "must" set: "Merge points with imported track".
- Navigate and information into routepoints by only (non code) clear language instruction.
- Compact POI wpt_list not cluttered by many associated wpt's as by the * trk_navwpt method.
- Synced gpx files to pc offers extra edit tools or an alternative for only Locus edit.
- Add individual (isolated) free wpt's(poi) into the gpx file. (Locus can't, function is not offered)
- Retune individual rtept's into Via or Navigation Points. (Locus "track" editor alternative)
- Prevent theoretical discussions about "history" (trk)tracks and "future" (rte)routes.
- By element <type>Shape "could" offer full functional Locus to Locus exchanges.
....more to discover ?

* http://forum.locusmap.eu/index.php?topic=4178.msg50723#msg50723
Title: Re: Locus Navigation experimental
Post by: 0709 on December 30, 2017, 18:00:57
@Marius.  Open for discussion only. No idea launch in help desk !
http://help.locusmap.eu/topic/distance-to-specific-point-in-navigation-mode#comment-48474

Suggestion Idea Locus Route Planner. (Non existing function in actual Locus !)

Router adds timestamps according to +/- realistic (personal) speed expectations.
Set your personal avg speed, visualised in the Locus % Slope trackcolor legend.
Personal variable speed within the % Slope zones by using the gpx <ele> data.
Dark Blue_36kmh - Green_16kmh - Red_1kmh
(https://www.imgdumper.nl/uploads9/5d19c75654934/5d19c7564a543-Set_Your_Personal_range_by_activity.png)
Planning tourist trekking inclusive luggage ! (Off bike 1kmh = non advised traject).

Example by website generator.
- Consider Elevation in Calculating Speed !  See the attached gpx route(rte) file.
http://gotoes.org/strava/Add_Timestamps_To_GPX.php
http://www.klimtijd.nl/beklimming/muur-van-geraardsbergen
Title: Re: Locus Navigation experimental
Post by: emariu on December 31, 2017, 00:07:54
Yes, I had proposed before that at least average moving speed should be a "custom defined value" by every user(according to personal fit level,age,sex,terrain,activity etc.)
Locus already kind of have speeds based on different activities defined(in navigation/more/Travel time/ like mountain hiker --with flat moving speed=5 km/h, 700 Vertical meters/hour descending and 400  vertical meters/hour ascending speed etc)
We can define ourself the ascending and descending vertical speed and Locus should compute the time,according to these user defined values.
Do you also have a verified slope range set for mountain hiking?But here the gradation is larger -40 --- +40 % maybe ?
Title: Re: Locus Navigation experimental
Post by: 0709 on December 31, 2017, 09:14:59
Tap individual rtept's for details in description and comment.
Question by Marius is to be able at planning by selecting individual "point details" or in the route graphics screen, find distance and +/- realistic travel time, BEFORE operational start.
That #4 web example only offers you a 'standard' setting.
The Locus track(route) coloriser already has a free to set personal operational %Slope range. According to the activity both %Slope range and according speed set (NEW) to be integrated into a single tool. By comparing real trackrecords (yours) the speed settings are to be 'trimmed' to a best time estimate performance pro activity.
Title: Re: Locus Navigation experimental
Post by: emariu on January 04, 2018, 10:43:19
If Locus could analyze the actual  track recording during navigating a track,it would be best option for adjusting time estimate (because everyone is different... this way Locus can make a personalized slope range set chart with speeds according to everyone's fitness level)
But even if this is too much to ask, maybe if Locus would let us custom define the speeds according to slope angle(I can guess the average speeds for every slope range from the past experience).. this would also be good enough for accurate estimate the time to navigate the track
Title: Re: Locus Navigation experimental
Post by: emariu on January 05, 2018, 17:07:46
@ poutnikl had proposed an algorithm for ETA in this old  thread:
http://forum.locusmap.eu/index.php?topic=5176.msg45502#msg45502
Title: Re: Locus Navigation experimental
Post by: 0709 on February 09, 2018, 11:44:15
ViewRanger app compatible gpx (rte)route rtept contains info in <cmt> AND (optional)<desc>
Display <cmt> and (optional)<desc> navigation text by max 2 single line top bars !
 
If text in top bar does not fit into a single line lenght.       <=<=<= Move text  <=<=<=
(Total characters in a single line depends by portrait // landscape // screen dpi // top bar lettertype etc.)

Suggest: By config.cfg select prefered top bar lettertype.
By the move action text 'auto fits' into a single line top bar.
Large letterype <=> Small lettertype
+:  Important for the older guys.
- :  Less map view.

Open topic in browser !
<cmt> Free (any language) content. In example = Street name
<desc> Free (any language) content.  In example = Long descriptive point information  ;)

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