rshepard at appl-ecosys.com
Fri Apr 7 10:07:23 EDT 2000
I am trying to determine how many GPS users work in a linux or other UNIX
environment. The GPS vendor I use, Corvallis Microtechnology, Inc.
<http://www.cmtinc.com> will port their mission planning and differential
correction software from windoze to linux is there is a sufficient demand
for it. (I've been asking them to do this for a while yet, but I'm a very
quite voice. There have been a few others, but so far not enough.)
This could be a boon for those of us using GRASS. Since GRASS fits nicely
on a laptop/notebook, GPS data can be integrated in the field and checked
for adequacy before getting back to the office.
Even if you don't use GPS yourself, but you know of others who do, please
have them respond to me, too.
Dr. Richard B. Shepard, President
Applied Ecosystem Services, Inc. (TM)
Making environmentally-responsible mining happen. (SM)
2404 SW 22nd Street | Troutdale, OR 97060-1247 | U.S.A.
+ 1 503-667-4517 (voice) | + 1 503-667-8863 (fax) | rshepard at appl-ecosys.com
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