[aprssig] Android HUD Development
shoreas at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 09:03:30 EDT 2011
Guys, thanks for the feedback - the Tiger idea is now in the round file.
(My interest in that had been that as a vector construct, these wd lend
themselves to high compression for storage purposes.)
A number of my users object to Google's TOU, and others require operation
sans internet connectivity. I'd like to find a mapping product/set that
will allow for a local-only, server-based operation.
What I'm looking for is a set of maps on cd's or any other compact medium,
zoom levels 8 to 14, with an API that will support icon and text placement.
Ideally, open source, but that may not be available at this writing.
While I really like the idea of OSM/OL - I've done some work with those with
good results - but a download of the tile set for my county took around 55
hours, with a 1-second wait between files in order to reduce hammering
them. Times like that can be a deal-breaker for some users.
I've been in contact with the mapquest people hoping that they had plans to
publish OSM tile sets on removeable/portable media, but, sadly, no.
I'm monitoring the OSM site for any developments surfacing there, but I'll
appreciate *any* suggestions that might meet the above constraints. Thanks
On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 12:36 AM, Brian Webster <
bwebster at wirelessmapping.com> wrote:
> Tiger is going to limit you ...
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