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GPSLogCE

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Application Name GPSLogCE
   
Version 1.2.5.55
   
Developer
   
License Type Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
   
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Get Direct http://www.soaringpilotsoftware.com
[ This program can be obtained directly from its developer ]
   
Summary
Logging software for Sailplanes
   
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Description This program was developed with a sailplane pilot in mind, but can be used in any situation that GPS position data are available for logging. It is a combination of a navigational aid with a moving map, needed altitude and speed to fly computations, and a data logger. Data are logged in a coma delimited, or International Gliding Commission formats. When logging in IGC format, the program can generate all necessary header and task as well as security related records.

Original version was developed to run on a DOS operating system computers such as HP 100LX. This program is no longer being enhanced. It has been superceded by one running on Windows CE based devices. It is targeted for PocketPC (PalmPC) form factor which is more useful in glider cockpit, but version running on Handheld PC (with keyboard) form factor is also now available for OS 2.11 and higher.
   
Installation Instructions Copy CAB file to handheld and tap on it to install.
   
Tags map, viewer, mapping, gps
   
Popularity 942
Total Downloads 37
   
Submitted By Rich Hawley
Submitted On 01 March 2014

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