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Global Position System


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It's a dynamic philosophy that has taken Garmin from a start-up GPS (Global Positioning System) manufacturer to a large international corporation that's earned the respect of customers, dealers and investors.

Since its inception in 1989 by Gary Burrell and Dr. Min Kao, Garmin has evolved as the leading, worldwide provider of navigation, communication and information devices and applications, most of which are enabled by GPS technology.

Garmin designs, develops, manufactures and markets a diverse line of user-friendly handheld portable and fixed-mount products for the auto, mobile, outdoor, fitness, marine and general aviation markets.


Modular, touch screen friendly car navigation system with GPS tracking, realtime routing engine and support for various vector map formats. There's a GTK+ and a SDL user interface and also a GL accelerated 3d view.


qpeGPS is a program for displaying a moving map centered at theposition read from a GPS device.It's designed to run on a PDA with Qt/embedded (qtopia).

Mio Technology


Since 2002, Mio Technology Corp. has developed some of the most advanced personal navigation products available today. Mio is continually exploring new technologies that help people explore the world around them.

Platform: unknown; License: unknown

Reference: https://eu.mio.com/en_gb/about-mio-technology.htm


GpsDrive is a car (bike, ship, plane) navigation system. GpsDrive displays your position provided from your NMEA capable GPS receiver on a zoomable map. The map file is auto-selected depending of the position and preferred scale. Speech output is supported if the "festival" software is running. It is released under GPL license.

To download the project, please visit https://gpsdrive.kraftvoll.at/download.shtml


RoadMap is a program that supports car navigation: It displays a map of the streets, tracks the position provided by a NMEA-compliant GPS receiver, identifies the street matching the position and announces the name of the crossing street at the next intersection. A rudimentary trip feature allows RoadMap to display some basic navigation information (distance to the destination, direction, speed, etc.). Voice messages are generated that duplicate some of the screen information. RoadMap is written in C, runs on Linux and Unix, iPAQ and Zaurus. It is released under GPL license.


TomTom offers an all-in-one navigation device, TomTom Go. The device uses many open source software released under GPL license, including a compiler toolchain used to build all the software, the Linux kernel for ARM, with modifications by TomTom, BlueZ libraries and utilities, Other third party software under GPL license, and TomTom software under GPL license. This excellent resource page provides links to information and download sites.