Started by hamiksu, January 16, 2012, 07:31:58
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Quote from: "hamiksu"@rijackson... not sure you will believe me on this but.. those are road systems.. LOL.. and it took me 7 months of hiking, bike riding and car bumping rides to get those data.. and as mentioned before, this is just one part of them.. LOL..
Quote from: "hamiksu"so since using tracks imported and shown on real time is impossible for my amount of track data, I am wondering whether there is any software that you guys can recommend to make offline maps with my data.. I suppose I can make a picture format of these data and somehow implant coordinates into it for LOCUS to recognize ,but I am unsure as to what software that can do that.. a pointer here would be great...
Quote from: "hamiksu"hmm, OSM mappers huh? ok, I will take a look.. thanks.. one last question... can it make offline maps that can be recognized by LOCUS?
Quote from: "berkley"So, you probably missundertstood the part about the tracks on OSM. People like you are recording tracks. No need to have an internet connection for this. When they are back at home, the export their tracks from their device and put them into their PC. They use the mapping software from OSM to load these tracks into it. These tracks are displayed as layers. Along these layers they can create roads, paved roads, highways, rivers, lakes and so on. Whatever fits to the track they have recorded. When they are finished, they usually promote the data to OSM. You only have to find a way to export these maps into some format, that is supported by Locus. About map calibration: viewtopic.php?f=32&t=377Try out yourself