[OSM-dev] I'm Looking for josm reading NMEA Files
shaunmcdonald131 at gmail.com
Wed May 23 08:59:40 BST 2007
On 23 May 2007, at 07:45, Joerg Ostertag (OSM Munich/Germany) wrote:
> I do have some Windows users which are really busy like a bee
> collecting new
> tracks. And since the new Windows installer for josm works nicely
> again. I'm
> now trying to convince my Windows users to try to use josm
> themselves. But
> for this I'd need a possibility for them to directly import there
> the NaviGPS-BGT11) into josm.
Are the users uploading the tracks?
If so they would need to be in gpx format.
Can a version of
be made into a windows batch script?
> So I'm looking for a possibility to read tracklogs in NMEA format
> from josm. Did anyone already start something like this for josm?
> I don't know if there already exists a java module for this, but if
> not the
> Basic NMEA parsing itself should not be too difficult.
> Just look for one of the interesting lines:
> hhmmss.ss = Universal Time Coordinated (UTC)
> llll.ll = Latitude
> yyyyy.yy = Longitude
> a = N or S (North or South)
> E or W (East or West)
> hh = Checksum
> and Latitude/Longitude is calculated by splitting LLll.ll and simply
> multiplying and adding:
> Latitude = LL + ( ll.ll * 60 )
> Longitude = YY + ( yy.yy * 60 )
I believe that there is already a ticket for this in trac.
<http://josm.eigenheimstrasse.de/ticket/27> is something similar, but
not quite the same as it is looking for live NMEA import.
Please add your information in a new ticket, so that it doesn't get
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