ElevatAR

App

ElevatAR is a small application for testing purposes. It compares the inertial GPS elevation with different elevation models available in the internet. The application can track a path and combines the elevation values (inertial GPS and requested ones) in a single graph.

A server, demo available at http://geoviqua.dev.52north.org/elevatar/, is implemented as a message-oriented middleware, which combines several elevation services for a single request.

It is possible to export a tracked path in a .csv format via e-mail.

Used Libraries

- Achartengine

  • Provide multiple graph rendering possibilities
- OSMdroid
  • Open street replacement for the Google Android MapView.
- Opencsv
  • .csv export
- Support Package
  • includes static "support libraries" in order to used APIs that are not available for older platforms

Source code: 2014-01-ElevatAR-SVN-backup.zip

Server

For documentation of the API, please go to the <demo-serfer>/landing page.

Source code: 2014-01-ElevatAR-SVN-backup.zip

Development

Prerequisites

Troubleshooting

If you are getting a NoClassFoundException (or something like that) of the ElevatarActivity, make sure you have downloaded support package from the Android SDK Manager http://developer.android.com/sdk/compatibility-library.html

For downloading/installing via Eclipse:

- Right-click on project folder ->Android Tools -> Add Support Library…

Tasks and Roadmap

Developers

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