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Maptitude Mapping Software

GPS Mapping Software

With Maptitude and a GPS receiver you can:

  • Track your location with a portable computer
  • Perform field data collection
  • Create new or updated geographic files that mark map features

For example, salespeople who travel can mark the location of customers as they visit them, and line workers for the telephone company can mark the location of telephone poles as they find them.

Maptitude allows you to:

  • Track the location of the GPS receiver
  • Log GPS data
  • Import GPS playback data
  • Locate points by coordinate or by longitude/latitude

Additionally, Maptitude can create lines from groups of points created with a GPS receiver, allowing you to create street maps, walking paths, trail maps, and utility lines from point data collected in the field. (See Figure 3)

“ With GPS and mapping software like Maptitude, you can embark on geographic projects once left to professionals. For example, a salesperson can mark the locations of customers visited, a developer can map the boundaries of a new subdivision, and an electrician can trace lines for miles. Once data has been collected in the computer, all sorts of measurements and predictions are possible.”

Damian Joseph, Bloomburg Business

An example web site showing live GPS tracking using Maptitude for the Web is discussed in this report prepared by Bridgewater State College.

In summary, the Maptitude GPS support includes the ability to read/animate/import GPS data, overlay tracks with aerial photos and topographic or vector maps, track real time GPS locations, create vector line/point layers from GPS playback files, and import/export formats such as GPX (the GPS Exchange Format) and GDB (the Garmin MapSource format).


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Highlights
  • Track your location
  • Collect data in the field 
  • Add your data to maps 
  • Group points to create geographic files of line layers
Track your location on a map

FIGURE 1: Track and display your location.

GPS Map and 3-D Map

FIGURE 2: Add images for reference, and view in a two- or three-dimensional map.

Convert GPS points to lines

FIGURE 3: Create new lines from point data recorded with a GPS to map new subdivisions, hiking trails, utility lines, and more.