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Revision as of 02:40, 30 August 2010

This page is used to describe comparisons between GeoSpatial Mobile applications to help users select suitable applications for their requirements.


FOSS4G 2010
A comparison of Mobile GIS applications
Free and open source software for GIS has evolved a lot from last years, faster than privative alternatives and now every FOSS4G expert has several very good tools to use on desktop PCs and web.
The mobile field is a bit different and few experts are using free and open source mobile GIS, despite of good applications exist. Last years with the appearance of Android OS phones a new wave of map applications have been developed.
At this talk, different mobile GIS applications will be analyzed, compared and tabulated.
The objectives are:
  • To provide a detailed list of FOSS mobile GIS applications
  • Find how far are free and open source software from privative alternatives
  • Help to choose the best tool for every project
The main aspects of the comparison will be: functionality, complexity, customizability, formats compatibility and performance and the applications compared will be: ArcPad, gvSIG Mobile, BeeGIS, TangoGPS, Google Maps Mobile, gvSIG Mini, Layar and others

Feature Comparison

Name Language Open Source W. Mobile Java CLDC Android iPhone Linux PDA
gvSIG Mobile[1] Java ME - CDC Yes Yes No No No Yes OpenMoko, Maemo
gvSIG Mini[2] Java ME - CLDC / Java Android Yes Yes(JVM) Yes Yes No No
enebro C++ Yes Yes No No No No

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