RoboGEO general info
Geocode photos from a GPS for GIS field data collection. Stamp the images or write to the EXIF headers. Export Google Maps, KML KMZ files for Google Earth, Shapefiles (SHP), AutoCAD DXF files, or Flickr. Import from tracklogs, waypoints or GPX.
Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP Platform :
6.4 MbFile Size :
Free to try; $34.95 to buy License :
September 25, 2006 Date Added :
, google maps
RoboGEO Full Description
Geocode digital images with latitude, longitude, and altitude information. RoboGEO stamps this information onto the actual image and writes it to the JPG's EXIF headers, allowing you to permanently geocode and link the digital photo to the GPS coordinates. Now you can know WHERE a given photo was taken. Create webpages using Google Maps or export to MapPoint. Directly supports Garmin GPS units (USB or COM), but no GPS is required. Geocode from a GPS tracklog or waypoints. Import GPX or G7ToWin files for interfacing with other GPS makes and models. Works with any modern digital camera. Internationally aware. Very easy to use. Perfect tool for hikers, boaters, real estate agents, and geocaching. Low cost. Extensive on-line documentation.
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