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Is there a way to built a track on a computer instead of an ipad?

Hi can some one tell me if there's a way to make a route or track in the computer

thank you


  • jgvdljgvdl Member Posts: 2
    My question is if there is a desktop version
  • Damian_offthegridDamian_offthegrid Administrator, Moderator Posts: 760 admin
    LEADNAV's route building interface is one of the most advanced out there however if you would like to utilize software like Google Earth or Quick Terrain Modeler you can. Then just convert it to a gpx and import that Track file.

    Most lower end apps and navigation software only deal in "Tracks". However tracks are just breadcrumbs of where you have been. Google earth will allow to to essentially draw a Track.

    In LEADNAV we record Tracks/breadcrumbs (Blue lines) and build Routes (Red Lines) Tracks can also be converted to Routes that can be then edited with Audible Waypoints and Run as a navigational path.
  • Damian_offthegridDamian_offthegrid Administrator, Moderator Posts: 760 admin
    There is currently no desktop version. With the easy to build trip building interface built in...we typically use an iPad Pro with keyboard for any serious route building or editing.

    With a military background..any serious route building we need to do is typically done on terrain analyst software. Some of these software packages ranging from $10k to $30k a year for one license.

    However the combo of Google earth for terrain route building and LEADNAV is a solid package the majority of the time.
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