Pianificate il vostro itinerario parte 2: Registrate i vostri itinerari sul TomTom…è gratuito!

Ho deciso di dedicare due post alla pianificazione degli itinerari e dei viaggi. Questo è il primo dei due e riprende un post che avevo lasciato molto tempo fa sul forum del celebre Tingavert.  Oggi vorrei parlarvi di TRIPMASTER, un software assolutamente gratuito che potenzia le capacità di calcolo del vostro navigatore TomTom. Come saprete i navigatori TomTom non riescono a fare quello che i Garmin indicano come TrackBack: salvare il percorso compiuto per poi rivisitarlo e ripercorrerlo. Non direttamente per lo meno. Facendo una tanto rapida quanto efficace ricerca su internet, sono incappato per l’appunto in Tripmaster.
Sinteticamente con Tripmaster puoi:
  • display in real time :
    • the latitude, the longitude and the altitude of the point where you are,
    • the direction that you follow, with quantified indication and compass,
    • the elapsed total time since the departure, and the elapsed time while moving,
    • the total distance since the departure,
    • the distance since the last reset of the intermediate trip,
    • the instantaneous speed, total average speed and average speed while moving,
    • the maximum speed reached since the departure.
    • display only if you want it the maximum speed or reset it when you want,
    • reset the intermediate trip, while recording simultaneously, if the tracking logs are active, a tracking point, with the mileage carried out since the last reset,
    • record periodically your position : latitude, longitude, name of the place, hour and altitude,
    • record on-demand your position, with various specific comments,
    • define several speed limits, choose one and to be warned when you drive over this limit by a screen display and/or an audible alarm.
  • choose the format of tracks recording :
    • CSV for Excel importation,
    • ITN for a re-use in Tomtom navigation application,
    • KML for a direct importation in Google Earth,
    • GPX for a later conversion in another format for another GPS or a visualization with Google Earth,
    • POI for a later use as POIs in Tomtom application
    • NMEA to record directly the frames received from the GPS module
    • choose the units of distance, speed and altitude, among the metric system or imperial system or nautical system,
  • choose the language among : French, English, Spanish, German, Dutch, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish or Finnish or add another language,
  • choose the colors, for a day or night display and to personalize them or use customized backgrounds
  • choose to record tracking logs every X seconds or as soon as a certain distance is traversed or as soon as a certain course change is carried out,
  • indicate the time shift compared to GMT hour,
  • choose to apply or not a geoid correction to altitude and, possibly, define the value of this correction,
  • automatically initiate a track recording each time Tripmaster is starting,
  • automatically start Tripmaster when your Tomtom reboots
  • display the altitude even if Tripmaster is not on foreground
  • repeat the audible speed alarm, if requested.
  • Tripmaster can also run in background, while Tomtom navigation application is used, and may be recalled on foreground when you want.

Tripmaster ha un suo sito principale in cui è spiegato tutto quanto. Io non l’ho ancora installato ma mi sono ripromesso di farlo questa sera. Nel frattempo spero che possa essere utile a voi come informazioni!! E voi che soluzione di tracking adottate?

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