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MikeB
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 07, 2003 2:39 pm    Post subject: REVIEW COMMENTS: Maptech Outdoor Navigator Reply with quote

Maptech outdoor navigatorMaptech outdoor navigatorThe latest topographical software product from Maptech is called Outdoor Navigator. This has been available on the Palm platform for a little while now and was recently released for the PocketPC.

The PocketGPSWorld team has travelled across the world to bring you this indepth review of the Outdoor Navigator software.

The full review can be read here
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 14, 2006 12:39 pm    Post subject: Marine charts Reply with quote

Dear Sirs
it would be interesting to know if you or anyone out there are planning to create marine charts for the tom tom go 700 it would be a fantastic addition to the GO to be able to use it for more than just position when i`m on my boat also it would save the cost of a chart plotter for the boat (why own 2 devices) There must be thousands of people like me who go out to sea as well as drive cars, a potentially large market and additional revenue source.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 12, 2006 12:16 pm    Post subject: Great circle or just Plane sailing Reply with quote

As a very old seadog used to navigating N.Atlantic with a sextant and using rhumb lines along a great circle track, can you tell me if the mapping software used in conjunction with a gps receiver gives a Great Circle Track to a destination.
I know plane sailing is ok for distances for a couple of hundred miles or so.
I presume if you select say Avonmouth as departure and New York as destination, will the track it works out and shown on the display as a straight line(presumably straight), be the shortest route (ie) Great Circle Route?
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