0

GPS for Google Earth

gps4ge-200x200[1]

"GPS for Google Earth" converts the free Google-Earth-Version into to a realtime GPS-navigation for laptop and netbook. The own GPS-position it shown and tracked in real time in "Google Earth". Also by night, with fog or mist you'll see your current movement like on a bright day on

Read more
0

GPS Tracker Data Logger

GPS Tracker Data Logger acts as the server and allows you to collect data from an unlimited number of various GPS trackers simultaneously. The obtained data is processed, uniformed and written to a log file or a database. Also, the program has a set of interfaces so other applications can get data in real time.

GPS Tracker Data Logger can convert data into other formats (the formats of other trackers) and send them to other servers. It allows you to connect previously unsupported devices to existing systems or view data from heterogeneous GPS trackers with the help of integrated client software. Our program allows you to reduce the amount of client and server software being used thanks to the possibility to receive and process data from various trackers.

We offer a handy utility for extending your hardware-software application. Good functionality and power at a very affordable price!

Key features:
* Receiving, processing and exporting data from a lot of various GPS trackers at the same time;
* Receiving and processing binary and ASCII data packets;
* Receiving and processing notifications via SMS;
* GPS Tracker Data Logger can send data receipt confirmation packets to the GPS tracker;
* Logging received data to a file without any modification. A wide range of formatting log files (by time, date, etc.);
* It is possible to convert data from all trackers to one format and retransmit them to another server (on request);
* Exporting data in real time to a database (MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle, MS Access, Interbase, Firebird and others);
* GPS Tracker Data Logger can also run as a service under Windows 2000 and higher;
* It runs on all Windows version from Windows 2000 and higher (server and desktop systems). 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported.


It seems that everyone wants to be on TV these days. But if you can’t be bothered going through the hassle of being on a reality show, just install Qik on your phone and beam yourself live across the Internet for the World to watch.

Qik combines a mobile client and online service to allow you to stream live video from your phone camera to the Internet. This might sound so advanced as to be ridiculously complicated, but the truth is, it’s very easy to use Qik. So much so, in fact, that celebrities such as Demi Moore have starting using the app to show fans what they’re up to.

When you launch Qik for the first time, you have to sign up for the service by entering a few simple details such as a username, email address and password. An account will be created and you’ll be signed into the service straight away. Qik will then activate your phone’s camera and display what the lens is pointing at in the main window. You then just need to hit the record button and the live video, including sound, of what you’re filming will be streamed via http://quick.com/yourusername.

Qik includes a number of ways in which you can share your video with the World. The program contains shortcuts to share via text message, email, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Brightcove.

People who go to view your streaming video in their browser will be able to view details of your location, based on your GPS location (you can disable this), and they will also be able to exchange messages with you and other viewers using the in-built chat feature. The number of people viewing your video is displayed in the browser window and on the client itself.

The Qik project is an ambitious and exciting one and once the technology really gets off the ground, the scope of its uses for entertainment, communication, and education will be huge. At present, Qik is a little rough around the edges though. The applications is laggy and often unresponsive, and viewing the streams online is sometimes a tiresome process as videos rarely play seamlessly and lots of buffering is involved. What’s more, the video is never ‘live’ because a delay constantly builds up while it streams over the Qik servers.

Mobile live tv streaming

Please note that the intellectual property rights to stream such events are usually owned at a country level and therefore, depending on your location, there may be certain events that you may be unable to view due to such restrictions.




It seems that everyone wants to be on TV these days. But if you can’t be bothered going through the hassle of being on a reality show, just install Qik on your phone and beam yourself live across the Internet for the World to watch.

Qik combines a mobile client and online service to allow you to stream live video from your phone camera to the Internet. This might sound so advanced as to be ridiculously complicated, but the truth is, it’s very easy to use Qik. So much so, in fact, that celebrities such as Demi Moore have starting using the app to show fans what they’re up to.

When you launch Qik for the first time, you have to sign up for the service by entering a few simple details such as a username, email address and password. An account will be created and you’ll be signed into the service straight away. Qik will then activate your phone’s camera and display what the lens is pointing at in the main window. You then just need to hit the record button and the live video, including sound, of what you’re filming will be streamed via http://quick.com/yourusername.

Qik includes a number of ways in which you can share your video with the World. The program contains shortcuts to share via text message, email, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Brightcove.



People who go to view your streaming video in their browser will be able to view details of your location, based on your GPS location (you can disable this), and they will also be able to exchange messages with you and other viewers using the in-built chat feature. The number of people viewing your video is displayed in the browser window and on the client itself.

The Qik project is an ambitious and exciting one and once the technology really gets off the ground, the scope of its uses for entertainment, communication, and education will be huge. At present, Qik is a little rough around the edges though. The applications is laggy and often unresponsive, and viewing the streams online is sometimes a tiresome process as videos rarely play seamlessly and lots of buffering is involved. What’s more, the video is never ‘live’ because a delay constantly builds up while it streams over the Qik servers.





0

GPx Photolocator

GPx Photolocator is the tool developed to locate the position of the photograps taken by the GPS enabled cameras, iphone, ipad or Android apps (GPX Camera). The Software is designed with simple user interface and easy to use tools.

0

LandMap Vivo

landmap-ss-300x239[1]

Create own true to scale maps, store online maps locally with Vivo techology, map editor, dataexchange with Google Earth by Copy and Paste, GPS enabled coordinates, import of free OpenStreatMap data and GPS Exchange and GPS logger data, compatible with "GPS for Google Earth", area

Read more
0

Cache for Google Earth

cache4ge-200x200-en[1]

May I use "Google Earth" even without internet?

YES: Without internet "Google Earth" cannot load new maps, but the former visited maps stay in the computer. "Google Earth" remembers images and maps once shown in the screen in its so called Cache memory. This cache is stored to

Read more
0

DeltaGIS Map Edition

Graphical Field Management of GPS Measurements, Import of ESRI-Shape and GPS files, EU conform Field Protocol as PDF, True-of-scale Print in free selectable scale;
All Fields in a single farmmap; Edits Fields, Individual coloring, Field splitting; Recognizes restricted areas; Calculation of Areas and Distances; Editoptions for Symbols (e.g. tress, stones), Text and freehand drawings


Fatal error: Call to undefined function _content_nav() in /home/eudown/public_html/app/wp-content/themes/simply-vision/search.php on line 26