[HOT] GeoBucket Accuracy

Guttorm Flatabø post at guttormflatabo.com
Mon Oct 22 10:50:11 BST 2012

While I haven't tried your app and service yet, usually when I use other
apps such as GPSLogger or OSMTracker they will include accuracy in the
trace as HDOP, pehaps you should do that too?

On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 9:03 AM, David Serenity <debukali at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello to all,
> The GeoBucket team has uploaded a new version of the android GeoBucket
> mobile application to the Google Play store at
> https://play.google.com/store/search?q=geobucket&c=apps; an added feature
> is you can adjust the accuracy in meters of the coordinates saved by the
> app using a slider. Any coordinates with accuracy that do not fit within
> the set range are ignored and not saved by the app. After testing, we have
> found that GPS accuracies of between 5 and 20 meters are sufficient to
> provide precise GPS traces and points on the GeoBucket website (
> www.geobucket.org).
> The app also uploads additional Well Known Text (.wkt) formated strings
> which include Multilines and Multipoints; this ensures that more
> coordinates can be bunched together in a single upload and has also
> shortened upload times especially where large numbers of coordinate entries
> have been saved in the "Bucket".
> Kindly let us know how your experience goes with the application and how
> we can improve.
> Thanks,
> David
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