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QLandkarte

QLandkarte GT

QLandkarte GT is a versatile tool for GPS maps in GeoTiff format as well as Garmin's img vector map format. QLandkarteGT is the successor of QLandkarte. Among various improvements (e.g. 2D/3D map rendering and reduced resource requirements) the major difference is its device-independent architecture, which is not limited to Garmin devices anymore. Additionally, it is the PC-side front end to QLandkarte M, a moving map application for mobile devices

QLandkarte GT serves as a frontend to the GDAL tools, to make georeferencing of scanned maps feasible for users. In contrast to similar tools (e.g. QGis) its straightforward interface is especially suited for non-scientific users.

 QLandkarte 1.7.7

Price
Free to download

Size
6.4MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Oliver Eichler and contributors

Website
www.qlandkarte.org

System Requirements
Qt4 4.6 or higher
GDAL 1.5.0 or higher
Proj 4.6 or higher

Optional:
libexif
libdmtx
libpsd

Support:
Wiki, Mailing List, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Import collection of GeoTiff files
  • Import Garmin maps (needs *tdb)
  • Import Garmin BirdsEye (*.jnx)
  • OSM Tile Server access built-in
  • Load single raster map files supported by GDAL
  • Convert raw bitmaps into GeoTiff
  • Export sub-area from raster map as GeoTiff
  • Export sub-area from raster map as KMZ
  • Export sub-area from raster map as Garmin Custom Map
  • Zooming / moving
  • Relief shading
  • OpenGL 3D map view
  • Print map
  • Skinning for Garmin maps (*typ file)
  • Export sub-area from GeoTiff
  • Zooming / moving
  • Relief shading
  • Search Google maps
  • Search for symbols on raster map
  • Create, edit, delete, and move waypoints
  • Edit waypoint
  • Delete waypoint
  • Move waypoint
  • Exchange waypoints with QLandkarte M
  • Built-in diary editor
  • Save / load wayoints as GPX
  • Save / Load waypoints as QLandkarte binary
  • Show tracks on map
  • Purge / delete trackpoints
  • Edit track properties
  • Save / load tracks as GPX
  • Save / load tracks as QLandkarte binary
  • Tour planning
    • Draw your own tour
    • Snap to streets on vector maps
    • Copy and paste fragments from other tours
    • Join several tours into one
  • Support for NMEA and GPSD
  • Internationalization support: English, German, French, Russian, Spanish and Dutch languages

QLandkarte GT in action

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