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    Lightbulb Windsurfing Track Analyzer for Android

    Hello!


    I am Ukrainian windsurfer and I am developed Android APP Winsfurf.Track.Analyzer. If you like ride with GPS and record tracks - this app for you!

    link to playmarket https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...d=ua.khirh.wta


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    With W.T.A. You can get an instant report for your new track just after the ride and get the main data, such as:
    - duration
    - total distance/run and planning distance
    - maximum distance from the start point
    - maximum speed, speed analysis, speed profile (distribution)
    - directions distribution (polar)
    - planning length, distance, percentage by time and distance


    W.T.A. report includes three graphical presentations:
    - speed distribution diagram - speed profile
    - directional diagram (distribution frequency, average and maximum speed by directions)
    - track view - track shown on map with the speed to colors presentation including important marks (top speed point etc)
    -detailed track view


    Also W.T.A. is useful for detailed post-analysis of your tracks collection.


    It supports such file formats:
    SBN (Locosys GT-11/GT-31)
    GPX
    Garmin FIT, TCX
    (in future releases other formats KLM? can be added).


    Files can be opened from local storage, USB flash/Cards, USB/ANT+ Garmin, GoogleDrive, DropBox and other "clouds" etc.


    It is most convenient to use with GPS Logger for Android by Mendhak - mendhak.gpslogger or other GPS tracker/logger like MyTracks


    Keep your board light, sail tough, fin sharp and let the wind be with you!
    Last edited by ukr 666; 20th July 2015 at 12:03 PM.

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    Good work! I just had a quick look and the way the data is shown works very well for quick analysis of run performance, I like it a lot and now wish I had an android phone instead of an iphone

    You should find the speed sailing pages on Facebook and post it on there as a lot of info is exchanged on that platform.
    The Windsurfer Formally Known as JKRR - TWFKJKRR or "Him in the Red Shorts"

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    It's work on Android Tablet even better ) so you don't have to change phone, just need cheap android tablet )

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    Excellent! You've got to love people like this!

    Can you make it work with nmea or you expect that nmea can be obtained
    from converting gpx files?

    I'm going to download it and experiment. Thank you.


    PS: your app isn't going to steal my "secrets", is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Navegante View Post
    Excellent! You've got to love people like this!

    Can you make it work with nmea or you expect that nmea can be obtained
    from converting gpx files?

    I'm going to download it and experiment. Thank you.


    PS: your app isn't going to steal my "secrets", is it?
    I can handle NMEA, if its really neaded, but need some time. Can you explain , which tracker logging only NMEA?
    GT-31 supported, Garmins watches too.

    To steal others secret, i need to know, how to steal it, but i haven't to much time to learn it - i wonna to surf

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukr 666 View Post
    I can handle NMEA, if its really neaded, but need some time. Can you explain , which tracker logging only NMEA?
    GT-31 supported, Garmins watches too.

    To steal others secret, i need to know, how to steal it, but i haven't to much time to learn it - i wonna to surf
    Thanks. It is not really needed. I can convert nmea data to kml or gpx using the Navilink programme from the BGT 31.

    It's just fun to mess about with these things.

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Navegante View Post
    Thanks. It is not really needed. I can convert nmea data to kml or gpx using the Navilink programme from the BGT 31.

    It's just fun to mess about with these things.

    cheers
    The main feature of this app is a quick and easy access to recorded track. Its plan to open files directly from trackes without any convertation, couse its need some additional action from users, so it become inconvient when you at spot now.

    flashcards from GT-31 can be attached directly to phone via USB cardreader,
    garmins watches too, via USB ant+ adapter,
    other files can be reached through clouds like GoogleDrive etc..
    So it generally need one action to transfer file from tracker to phone and "read them"

    So it is really need and any of your tracker store NMEA file - Im can add support for this files.

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