GPS Waypoints provide the actual position with detailed information of the visible satellites and position accuracy. The users can save and tag points, export data to KML or GPX file formats, share it via e-mail or dropbox and finally see the collected data on GIS tools (e.g. google maps). The Path functionality supports lines and polygons and thus allows to measure distances, areas and perimeters.
The application takes advantage from the built-in GPS receivers used by mobile devices (capable to achieve up to 1.5m accuracy) or, alternatively, allows professional users to attain better accuracies by connecting to a Bluetooth external GNSS receiver (e.g. <1m).
|Dashboard||Actual Position: WGS84 coordinates|
|Acquisition Modes: Acquiring GPS Signal, Network, GPS, DGPS|
|Above Sea level: convert ellipsoid to geoid altitude|
|Compass: magnetic north|
|Satellites||Satellites available: at a given moment at user’s location|
|Visible satellites: satellites from which the user’s device is actually receiving information|
|Skyplot: plot with the satellites locations|
|Waypoints||Tagging: classify a waypoint with your custom classification model|
|Geocoding: find the address for waypoints coordinates|
|Export formats: KML, GPX and CSV (premium only)|
|Share: dropbox, gdrive, email, etc.|
|Paths||Distances: calculate the distance of a sequence of points acquired|
|Areas: calculate areas and perimeters a land polygon defined by a sequence of points acquired on the field|
|Backup (premium)||Backup and restore user’s data: it is a professional feature for saving the user’s work (specially usefull when acquiring a large number of points) or for transfering/migrating data for one device to another.|
The Free version is flexible enough to offer the users a way to create, collect and map your points of interest with the accurate coordinates and measure distance between them. The Premium version aims at providing additional and advanced features to professionals.