A collection of GPS and Paragliding related competition code. TP - VB GPS based Task Verification Program. TrackMe - Symbian C++ Nokia GPS cellphone code sends regular location data via SMS. PRS - JAVA J2ME Midlets to be used for the Pilot Recovery S

Features

  • GPS track verification for Paragliding competitions
  • Nokia cellphone code interfacting with GPS to track PG pilot
  • J2ME Midlets for the Pilot Recovery System
  • Twitter Interface now with Pilot Recovery System
  • TrackTweet as a pilot tracking system
  • PRS2SMS - send a prepared SMS to your recovery once landed

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Intended Audience

Non-Profit Organizations

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

Visual Basic

Database Environment

Microsoft Access, XML-based

Registered

2005-05-27