[OSM-dev] about using OpenStreetMap without internet

Iván Sánchez Ortega ivan at sanchezortega.es
Tue May 5 16:08:52 BST 2009

El Martes, 5 de Mayo de 2009, Rajeev Thapa escribió:
> I work with a company that sells FiberOptics Testing Equipments. We want to
> use OpenStreetMap for the mapping. But most of our customers won't have
> internet in the Remote Test Units. Is there a way that we can download data
> points or something so that we can use OpenStreetMap without the internet
> connections.

What exactly is a "Remote Test Unit"? A full-fledged laptop? A small netbook? 
A PDA? A fancy cellphone? A bunch of microcontrollers with a LCD screen?

Do the "Remote Test Units" have an integrated or pluggable GPS? Do they have 
4GB, 20GB, 160GB of storage?

Depending on your platform, there will be different solutions. So, please be a 
bit more specific in your request and you'll get more specific answers :-)

Iván Sánchez Ortega <ivan at sanchezortega.es>

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