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A J2ME JAVA Midlet for a JAVA enabled cellphone with a build GPS. Or using a bluetooth GPS.
Once landed , send your status to your recovery driver along with 3 different coordainte formats.
Avoid typing in those coords by hand into an SMS.
A simple J2ME JAVA Midlet that can be used with the Pilot Recovery System
A J2ME JAVA Midlet that SMS or Tweets your pilot status info.
One has to provide the coordinates by hand.
Uses a build in GPS of a Nokia Phone and JAVA J2ME based Location based service to SMS your Pilot Status to the Pilot Recovery System
Uses a build in GPS, or Bluetooth attached GPS, JAVA J2ME Location Based Service.
One can then SMS or Tweet your Pilot Recovery status.
Based on the Pilot Recovery System interface.
A Symbian C++ code for Nokia cellphones with build in GPS.
Sends your location at a regular interval via SMS to another cellphone.
For PG pilots who fly XC, and want to let someone know where they are. In case they crash. Or disappear into some none covered area.
See http://gpstp.sourceforge.net/TrackMeDoc/html/TrackMe.html info for more details
A brief comparison of various tracking option for PG pilots
The GPS based scoring code for Hang Gliding and
Define a task based on Beercan Cylinder Turnpoints
Download the track of a pilot from his GPS
Score the track and create a RACE XML output
Feed RACE with the XML score for your final competition results
Supports GARMIN range, Log_It, MLR, Top Navigator / XC Trainer, RobLog, Magellan, MaxLogger , Competino, ...
TP is free shareware. The code is available from
No costs. Targeted for endusers who are familiar with RACE and GPS competition scoring.
Please feedback any bugs, comments, enhancement requests or if you want the source code to ulfa at global.co.za
The never up-to-date Online HTML Documentation . The latest documentation is packaged with the code.
Tested with Log_It, Competino/Compeo/Galileo, MLR, Renschler,
MaxLogger, RobLog, TopNavigator, XC-Trainer , Magellan Sportrak, and
zipped files are created with the java jar command.
What is new see Release Notes .....
With XP the tp.exe seems to work on its own.
The tp.exe that one extracts from the tp4XXexe.zip will probably not
work on its own with older levels of Windows.
You need some dll along with it.
The list of used dll is in the install.html file.
A full install package is too big for normal download speed, 21 MB in total.
If you got VB at hand, contact me, ulfa at global.co,za ( this email id is garbled on purpose to avoid spam from webcrawlers) and we make a plan.
The tp.exe code works best if installed under C:\TP\code
Try to install into C: drive, if possbile.
If you end up under c:\Program Files\TP the code
But the F1, Online Help, might not work.
In that case, copy the tp directory, so that you end up with a directory structure that looks like this
C:\tp\code and C:\tp\doc
To make the sample comp zip file work, unzip it so that a directory c:\comps gets created.
By default the code looks for the sample in C:\comps
To modify this, change the TP.ini file. You find the tp.ini file where the tp.exe is located.
More info in the tp\doc directory as html files or
double click on the tp.chm file
SAHPA Formula Info http://gpstp.sourceforge.net/sahpaformula/SAHPAFormula.htm
For general Info on flying Paragliders in
RACE SAHPA Formula info is located at http://gpstp.sourceforge.net/sahpaformula/SAHPAFormula.htm