Sharing your data without putting it on the web is very easy. The map just below is a small single file that you can send by e-mail to any of your friends - you can do it with any of your GPS data!
As of version 1.60.19, BT747 has support for KMZ output in its desktop and command line version.
Why now? What are the benefits?
Basically, a KMZ is a compressed version of KML. Everybody can build a KMZ file from a KML file:
1) 'zip' the KML file into a Zip Archive, and,
2) change the extension from '.zip' into '.kmz'.
Following some discussions on GpsPasSion I added compatiblity for the Visiontac VGPS-900 logger. The special feature of this logger is its capability to do voice recording. It also has some functions for car use.
The VGPS-900 is different from the other types of loggers in that it does not log to internal memory, but to an external memory card (microSDCard).
KML files can be shown on Google Maps once they've been uploaded to a site. Some limitations/bugs in Google Maps required modifications of BT747 available starting from V1.60.12.
Read the full article to find some examples.
GPS Data Loggers are given to us to remember our whereabouts...
I started the BT747 project somewhere in April 2007. I had decided to buy an iBlue 747 to be able to geotag my pictures mainly. I also wanted to be able to manage the logger on the road. At the time I had, and I still have, a Palm Lifedrive.