[Loadstone] Viewing a route

Przemysław Rogalski Rogalski at o2.pl
Fri May 29 00:06:57 BST 2009

OK, thanks for an explanation.
By the way: Can a sighted person read out and print a detailed info (such as street names, crossings etc.) about whole nmea track, after converting nmea into Google maps using
, even if a track is long?
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Od: "Rob Melchers" <rob at loadstone-gps.com>
Do: <loadstone at loadstone-gps.com>
Wysłano: 28 maja 2009 22:43
Temat: Re: [Loadstone] Viewing a route

> To make use of the Google geoservices you have to obtain a user key wich is 
> bound to your Google account. Using this key means that you agree with the 
> Google terms and conditions. These terms do not allow batch processing of 
> large datasets and requesting data via the web is limited. Although 
> tecnically possible we therefore can not offer this kind of service.
> Running a NMEA.LOG file through the Breadcrumb Generator results in a 
> Loadstone database with numbered points. It is possible to compare these 
> points with the points in an existing Loadstone text database and replace 
> the numbers with the names in the database. To provide this service is 
> possible for a small number of points.
> See below for the Google terms and conditions.
> Rob
> http://code.google.com/apis/maps/terms.html
> You may not:
> 10.6 use the Service in a manner that gives you or any other person access 
> to mass downloads or bulk feeds of any Content, including but not limited to
> numerical latitude or longitude coordinates, imagery, and visible map data;
> 10.11 offer a batch geocoding service that uses Content contained in any 
> Google Services;
> http://code.google.com/apis/maps/faq.html#geocoder_limit
> If more than 15,000 geocode requests in a 24 hour period are received from 
> a single IP address, or geocode requests are submitted from a single IP 
> address at too fast a rate, the Google Maps API geocoder will begin 
> responding with a status code of 620. If excessive geocoder usage 
> continues, access to the Google Maps API geocoder from this IP address may 
> be blocked permanently.
> At 5/28/2009, you wrote:
>>Is it somehow possible to input a NMEA log file somewherem, and get a 
>>textual description, based on Google, how a route looks like, which 
>>streets and when were passed and so on?
>>Thanks in advance for suggestions.
>>Loadstone mailing list
>>Loadstone at loadstone-gps.com
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