[Talk-us] Looking for GPS with voice annotation?
simon at poole.ch
Sun Feb 11 21:59:13 UTC 2018
As has already been suggested you can do this with OSMTracker, however
(and I used it a lot for gathering house numbers) IMHO voice annotations
are really too easy to get wrong in one way or the other and just tend
to turn in to a rather stressful experience.
If you have a reasonably regular numbering system in your area, I would
suggest using Vespucci (but then I would). Once the address prediction
has kicked in the number survey rate is essentially limited by how fast
you can walk. It is not super stealthy but in my experience good enough.
Alas no iOS version though (but will run on nearly any old phone).
Am 10.02.2018 um 16:05 schrieb Steve Friedl:
> Happy Saturday, all,
> I have a Garmin GPSmap 64st unit that does a fine job of recording tracks, but I’m looking to do foot surveys of house numbers in an area, and for that I’m hoping to find something that has both GPS and audio recording.
> Proposed use case is walking along a sidewalk and pressing a button to mark a GPS location, then quietly speak the house number. I’d use some kind of playback in JOSM to enter all this data.
> I've tried using a standalone audio recorder, but it's way too easy to get out of sync with the waypoints. Actually *entering* house numbers (in Go Map!! on my iPhone would take too long and attract way too much attention.
> Rafts of google and bingle searches have brought up nothing except how to spy on my spouse with a covert GPS audio recorder: that’s not what I’m looking for 😊
> I can’t be the first to want this: anybody seen such a thing?
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