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GPS2CAD is designed to quickly and easily convert the large number of points acquired using recreational-grade GPS units into a variety of coordinate systems for easy plotting into AutoCAD, or for use with other CAD programs like DBASE, WinSpan, or Precision Office Layout. It can be used to create: ■ A simple topo-map of the field ■ A detailed site layout map of the field ■ A street layout map of the field ■ A variety of CAD maps including a street, water, building, and land-use map By manually entering all of the required coordinates for the points you are tracking, you can have the points plotted into a variety of coordinate systems including the NAD 83, State Plane, and GNS WGS 84 Coordinate Systems. In addition, you can have the point plotted into any of the more than 40 world-wide coordinate systems, including the NAD 27. Using GPS2CAD, you can create a custom coordinate system using the GPSTrack code. GPSTrack (a product of GeoGuide) is used to create a custom coordinate system based on a set of measurements from the GPS receiver. The coordinate system can be adjusted to include or exclude the vertical plane, and can be adjusted in the X and Y directions to create a X-Y plot, as well as a XYZ plot (where the Z coordinate is calculated based on the receiver elevation). GPS2CAD is not a free-for-all conversion tool. It is limited to what it can handle, and only converts the waypoints into the appropriate coordinate system. It does not allow the user to create their own coordinate system, or import points into another coordinate system. However, it is quite easy to create your own coordinate systems. You will need to enter your location and your desired coordinate system, including either the X, Y, Z or Latitude, Longitude, Altitude components. You can create your own coordinate systems and save them for later use. For your reference, the coordinate systems currently include: ■ NAD 83 ■ State Plane ■ NAD 27 ■ NAD 83 GPSTrack ■ NAD 27 GPSTrack ■ State Plane GPSTrack ■ State Plane XYZ ■ Latitude/Longitude XYZ ■ Latitude XYZ GPSTrack ■ Latitude X




GPS2CAD [Updated] ■ Set point ID and GPS name from a list of choices (such as "Top of Mt. Wilson" and "Top of The Dome"). This allows you to collect the GPS coordinates in multiple locations at one time. ■ Allows the user to skip over any distance that has already been plotted ■ Allows for a longitude and latitude buffer to be established ■ Allows the user to plot a polyline or an area ■ When plotting an area, you may choose the buffer distance or radius to be plotted (1/4 of a mile to 100 miles) ■ Allows for plots to be saved as text files, Access 2000 Files, or DXF files for import to other programs. ■ Allows the user to add or delete points (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to add, delete, or change coordinates for each point. ■ Allows the user to alter the plot-size (from 8"X12" to 8"X24" with a variety of different paper sizes). ■ Allows the user to change the plot-angle (from 0 to 180 degrees). ■ Allows the user to resize the paper size (change the paper dimensions from 8"X12" to 8"X24" and other paper sizes). ■ Allows the user to change the layer that the points are plotted on. ■ Allows the user to alter the plot-color (red, green, blue, yellow, cyan, magenta, or black). ■ Allows the user to plot the points using a polygon, a rectangle, or an area. ■ Allows the user to add, delete, or change a polyline shape (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to add, delete, or change the color of a polyline (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to open a text file or export the plot data to a text file. ■ Allows the user to insert a new row in the point list (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to add a row to the point list (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to change the scale to match the map that is being used to plot the points (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to GPS2CAD allows you easily and inexpensively use recreational-grade GPS units to collect field information and plot it in their CAD software. While professional survey-grade systems are more accurate, most recreational GPS units are well-suited for many site layout and "topo-plotting" requirements. Viewing the imported points on actual public-domain aerial photos or topographic maps is an important part of GPS2CAD. These maps are obtained automatically when the user clicks the "View Points" button, and then displayed in a separate window with the map, points and id clearly plotted. GPS2CAD translates the GPS points from their "satellite based" coordinate system into more than 40 world wide coordinate systems, including the extremely popular NAD 27, NAD 83, and the State Plane Coordinate systems (used in the United States). The program is designed to work with AutoCAD, versions 14.01 through 2004. In addition, it will export the point data to text files, Access 2000 files, and DXF files, so most technical/CAD programs (including AutoCAD LT) can use the point data. Here are some key features of "GPS2CAD": ■ Plots the waypoints in AutoCAD ■ Plots the points on public domain Aerial Photos, Topographic maps, or Tiger (Census) maps from TerraServer-USA ■ Compatible with AutoCAD 2005 ■ Converts points to State Plane Coordinate System ■ Performs a "Real Time" capture of points, plotting them in AutoCAD or into an Access 2000 Database ■ On-Line help system that always provides the latest information ■ DXF Export for use in other CAD programs Limitations: ■ Some features are not included. User Reviews Community Reviews Best GPS software I have used this program for quite some time now, and it is the best GPS software out there. The easy to use interface and complete support make this software the best choice for any beginner or advanced user. This software is VERY easy to use. Being a GPS geek, I use this software everyday. It is the BEST GPS software out there. I am a professional land surveyor, and it was easy to learn how to use this program. I use this software daily, and have recommended this to everyone I know. The instructions for installing this software are clear and easy to understand. You will know how to use this software right away. I have used most GPS software, and this is the best. I recommend this software to anyone who is serious about their GPS devices. This is the best software out there I was a complete GPS novice, GPS2CAD PC/Windows GPS2CAD is a Windows software program which allows the use of a personal recreational-grade GPS unit to collect geospatial data and plot it directly in AutoCAD. GPS2CAD allows you easily and inexpensively use recreational-grade GPS units to collect field information and plot it in their CAD software. While professional survey-grade systems are more accurate, most recreational GPS units are well-suited for many site layout and "topo-plotting" requirements. Viewing the imported points on actual public-domain aerial photos or topographic maps is an important part of GPS2CAD. These maps are obtained automatically when the user clicks the "View Points" button, and then displayed in a separate window with the map, points and id clearly plotted. GPS2CAD translates the GPS points from their "satellite based" coordinate system into more than 40 world wide coordinate systems, including the extremely popular NAD 27, NAD 83, and the State Plane Coordinate systems (used in the United States). The program is designed to work with AutoCAD, versions 14.01 through 2004. In addition, it will export the point data to text files, Access 2000 files, and DXF files, so most technical/CAD programs (including AutoCAD LT) can use the point data. Here are some key features of "GPS2CAD": ■ Plots the waypoints in AutoCAD ■ Plots the points on public domain Aerial Photos, Topographic maps, or Tiger (Census) maps from TerraServer-USA ■ Compatible with AutoCAD 2005 ■ Converts points to State Plane Coordinate System ■ Performs a "Real Time" capture of points, plotting them in AutoCAD or into an Access 2000 Database ■ On-Line help system that always provides the latest information ■ DXF Export for use in other CAD programs Limitations: ■ Some features are not included. A full description of the features and limitations of this program are given in the Help file that is installed with the program. A technical guide with PDF instructions, that includes many step-by-step instructions, and screen shots, is available on the author's web site How do I design a Spring service (DAO + business logic) to keep a d408ce498b ■ Set point ID and GPS name from a list of choices (such as "Top of Mt. Wilson" and "Top of The Dome"). This allows you to collect the GPS coordinates in multiple locations at one time. ■ Allows the user to skip over any distance that has already been plotted ■ Allows for a longitude and latitude buffer to be established ■ Allows the user to plot a polyline or an area ■ When plotting an area, you may choose the buffer distance or radius to be plotted (1/4 of a mile to 100 miles) ■ Allows for plots to be saved as text files, Access 2000 Files, or DXF files for import to other programs. ■ Allows the user to add or delete points (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to add, delete, or change coordinates for each point. ■ Allows the user to alter the plot-size (from 8"X12" to 8"X24" with a variety of different paper sizes). ■ Allows the user to change the plot-angle (from 0 to 180 degrees). ■ Allows the user to resize the paper size (change the paper dimensions from 8"X12" to 8"X24" and other paper sizes). ■ Allows the user to change the layer that the points are plotted on. ■ Allows the user to alter the plot-color (red, green, blue, yellow, cyan, magenta, or black). ■ Allows the user to plot the points using a polygon, a rectangle, or an area. ■ Allows the user to add, delete, or change a polyline shape (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to add, delete, or change the color of a polyline (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to open a text file or export the plot data to a text file. ■ Allows the user to insert a new row in the point list (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to add a row to the point list (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to change the scale to match the map that is being used to plot the points (using a button on the toolbar). ■ Allows the user to What's New In? System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6.2 or later (MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac mini, Mac Pro) 2.0 GHz or faster Dual Core processor 2 GB RAM (Mac OS X Lion and later requires 4 GB RAM) 1024 x 768 display Internet connection 32-bit or 64-bit Java version 7 or later Java plug-in to enable virtual keyboard 20 MB available hard drive space for installation and uninstallation Readable font installed: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard

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