Openmoko

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Openmoko is a GNU/Linux operating-system for hand-held-devices like the Neo Freerunner mobile-phone.

Software

General information

Name Screenshot Display map Navigate Make track Monitor License Price Languages Version Description
BikeAtor [1] Bikeator screenshot.jpg Yes No Yes Yes proprietary free EN 2010-04-13
0.0.9
luckyGPS [2] LuckyGPS screenshot.jpg Yes ?


Yes ?


GPL free DE; EN; HU 2010-11-22
0.751
Mumpot [3] Mumpot neo-streetedit screenshot.png Yes ?


Yes ?


GPL free DE; EN; ... 2009-04-20
0.6
Touchscreen based Data editor
Navit [4] Navit sdl close view.png Yes Yes Yes Yes GPLv2 free 43 2013-01-13
0.2.0
Most popular OpenSource Car navigation tool; maps (offline-"custom"), vector-rendered
OpenCityMap [5] OpenCityMap screenshot.jpg Yes No Yes No GPL free EN 2008-06-01
0.1.1
Pyroute [6] Pyroute transparentOverlay.png Yes No No No GPL free EN ?

Routing tool, predecessor of rana
Rana Rana bedford vmap.png Yes Yes Yes Yes GPL free EN ?

Touchscreen based Navi
TangoGPS [7] Tangogps-Screenshot-2.png Yes ?


Yes Yes GPL free DE; EN; ... 2010-06-25
0.99.4
Logger even for heartrate-monitors!

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Map display features

Name Shows map as vector Shows map as bitmap Stores map-data on-board Stores map-data off-board (downloads from internet) Rotate map 3D view
BikeAtor No Yes Yes Yes Yes No
luckyGPS Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Mumpot Yes Yes Yes Yes ?


No
Navit Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
OpenCityMap Yes Yes Yes No ?


No
Pyroute Yes No Yes No No No
Rana Yes No Yes No ?


No
TangoGPS No Yes Yes (cache) Yes ?


No

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Navigating features

Name Navigate to point Find location Find nearby POIs Navigate along predefined route Create route manually Calculate route Calculate route without internet Car routing Bike routing Foot routing Turn restrictions Navigation with voice Keep on road Works without GPS
Navit Yes Yes Yes No ?


Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Rana ?


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Yes ?


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No ?


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Track making features

Name Customizable log interval GPX format KML format NMEA format All formats Geo-tagged notes Geo-tagged photos Geo-tagged audio Fast POI buttons
BikeAtor ?


Yes No No gpx ?


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luckyGPS ?


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Mumpot ?


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Yes
Navit ?


Yes No Yes bin, garmin, gpx, nmea ?


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OpenCityMap No Yes No No gpx No Yes No Yes
Rana Yes ?


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TangoGPS ?


Yes No No gpx No Yes No ?


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Monitoring features

Name Show current track Open existing track Altitude diagram Show DOP value Satellite view Show live NMEA data Send current position via SMS Upload current position
BikeAtor Yes Yes No No No No ?


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Navit Yes ?


No Yes No No No No
Rana Yes No No Yes No No No No
TangoGPS Yes ?


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No Yes

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OpenStreetMap editing features

Name Add POIs Edit / Delete POIs Edit arbitrary tags of existing OSM objects Edit geometries Support imagery offset DB Upload to OSM
Mumpot ?


Yes ?


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Yes

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Hardware

Neo1973

The Neo1973 was the first cellular phone developed to run a OpenSource operating-system. Only a few hundred samples have been produced for developers.


Addresses POIs
Mass Storage mode ? Waterproof




Neo Freerunner

A update to the Neo1973 which has the mass market as target. Unlike the 1973 it has only a few hardware bugs. See GPS_Problems (now solved). While the hardware is solid, the software still has beta status.

The GPS problem is now solved. New units have a hardware fix, and a software update helps a lot for older units as well.

This is a nice gps for tracing details. You can go around a 4×4 m square, stop briefly in each corner, and get a trace with straight edges and no rounding of the corners.

The 2008.9 software includes tangogps, a nice app that shows the existing openstreetmap tiles while you trace. Navit is also an option, it uses openstreetmap for routing.

u-blox ATR0635 Datasheet

Neo Freerunner
  • 250€ WWW: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Neo_FreeRunner
  • phone (Navigation: )
  • CPU: (OS: Linux), Flash:256MB (external: sd)
  • GPS: 16 channels, ( waas;egnos;msas, )
  • Display: colour, Connectivity: usb;bluetooth;wlan
  • Internal: Batteries:
Addresses POIs
Mass Storage mode ? Waterproof




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