Looks good m8. Interested in testing but would like to wait until after the UK meet as don't want to mess around with the setup just yet.
What are you using for the maps?
Finished the first release of the web client: http://www.gpssecure.net/GPSSecure/WebAppForm.aspx
If you want to test it out:
Logs are entered for May 3rd and before.
Username/Password = demo/demo
-SMTP log upload and import
-Distance information added in.
-Way better communication and a lot of error prevention mechanisms added in.
-A few more settings
-Other stuff, look in the screenshots.
I need beta testers for my newly created application. Please post if you are interesting in the beta test. I need it to be controlled so that is why I just don't release it. Have database stuff I want to monitor.
Information on what GPSSecure is can be found in here: What is GPSSecure? + Documentation
And the Screenshots. This is GPSSecure that would be running in your car:
With MM support:
And of the Desktop Client
I'm pulling the maps from the Microsoft Terraserver, that is why they will only be offered in the United States. If there is a similar map service in the UK then I will be willing to add that in as soon as I work on the maps stuff more.Originally Posted by UK_MP3Car
I'd definitely be interested in helping with the testing of this too.
There is a UK service for mapping www.multimap.co.uk and it can be fed long/lat as follows:
Hope this helps
Requires the .NET Framework 1.1:
What - a car client? or desktop client?
Did you think of writing the car client as a MapMonkey Plugin??
That would ( for us using mapmonkey ) avoid using com port spliting software and using nmea
Ikea Case. Epia M10000.M1-ATX. 512 Mb. 2,5" 80 GB HDD. 7" Lilliput. BU-303 GPS. Sony Joystick.
Status --> Lilliput Installed (not indash yet..)
u can count me in dude, but any ideas on maps 4 south Africa? ive been using http://new.mweb.co.za/tiscali/general/streetmap.jsp
but i need 2 find someway to steal their map database somehow. any1 knows how to download their entire database?
I dunno why but it just worx sumhow
More than likely both as its probably written in VC or VB .NET.Originally Posted by mpattonm
No, he's written it so it logs the data at regular intervals locally (on your CarPC) and then it uploads said log to his server at other regular intervals - when a connection is present.Originally Posted by Maņana
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