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GPS Speed Sentry for Pocket PC
Posted on 24-Feb-2005 08:17 | Tags Filed under: Software


GPS Speed Sentry for Pocket PC
The GPS Speed Sentry is a GPS enabled speed monitor/car computer. It works on Windows Mobile Pocket PC handhelds with any NMEA compliant GPS, including Bluetooth GPS or SDIO GPS devices. It allows users to view GPS derived information on a series of display types. Information includes speed, elevation, position, bearing and much more:

  • 3 user specified speed limits
  • audible warnings for over the speed limit and nearing speed limit
  • sounds can be customised by the user
  • units can be in imperial or metric
  • various easy to read information displays
  • large buttons which allow easy changing of display/speed limit (using your finger or stylus)
  • day/night colour schemes

    The software shows more information including:

  • current speed (knots, mph or km/hr)
  • average/top speed
  • trip meter
  • odometer
  • compass view (bearing and direction)
  • speed graph
  • elevation graph
  • current latitude and longitude coordinates
  • number of satellites
  • gps fix type
  • data validity
  • utc/local time






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