Published by CompeGPS TEAM S.L. on 8 Apr 2017
"Map viewer Software"You will be able to enjoy many of CompeGPS LandÂ’s features such as waypoint and route creation and edition, full communication between PDA and GPS, use of maps and the moving map (real-time navigation).
CompeGPS Pocket Land allows full communication between GPS and PDA (tracks, waypoints and routes). You will be able to create waypoints and routes, use maps and real-time navigation.
CompeGPS Pocket Land allows you use vectorial maps *MPV format and raster. An excellent feature of CompeGPS Land for PC, allows you to convert some vectorial map formats (DXF, DWG, E00, etc) into MPV format, to be used with Pocket Land.
CompeGPS Pocket Land can open *.IMP and *.MAP formats, *.BMP and *.ECW image files are the compatible image formats.
Two maps at the most can be opened at the same time.
CompeGPS also allows you to open 3D DEM maps so you can calculate the height of waypoints and routes. You will be able to view the silhouette the open route, showing your present position.
3D viewing is not possible.
CompeGPS Pocket Land allows you to comfortably work with waypoints and routes, just like the Land PC version. You will be able to create and edit waypoints and routes on any map you open. Data transfer is extremely quick and easy thanks to the full communication between the GPS and the PDA.
One of the most important features of this PDA version is the Moving Map. NMEA and PVT (Garmin) protocols makes this possible.
You will be able to navigate towards a waypoint or activate navigate through a route, audible alarms will let you know when you reach the waypoints. An altitude graph can be shown when you activate a route.
All the moving mapÂ’s information panel fields are 100% configurable; audible and visual alarms can be programmed for the maximum and minimum readings of any field.
Requirements: OS Pocket PC 2002,Pocket PC 2003
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