Google earth tracking blackberry

 

Latest Maritime News 23 April 2016 A collaboration between an animation student from Sultan Idris Education University (UPSI)...

Google earth tracking blackberry


Google Ocean shown at the
Google Geo Developer Day (12th june 2006)

Google Maps (GM) on the web and Google Earth (GE) as a 3D interactive atlas software application are ideal tools for sharing geographical information in a simple way.
GE as a mass-market visualization product is definitely a new step in the evolution of mapping and GIS, especially in the way it can be used with a couple of mouse clicks by anybody not expert in cartography.

So this webpage is the MIS contribution to this unique method of information gathering to share detailed information in the marine domain waiting Google 3D Maps for Oceans (may be with Google Oceans as a product name, but name can change on its launch - probably on the 2nd of February, 2009 - ), the future release of the Google project under research to create visualization tools for marine data throughout the world and will enable users to navigate below the sea surface. ( CNET article )

Latest Maritime News 23 April 2016 A collaboration between an animation student from Sultan Idris Education University (UPSI)...

I have created scripts for tracking satellites in Google Earth. Although I have blogged about these many times over a couple of years now, this page is designed to act a central repository for downloading these files and getting some general information about them.

What Can I Download? These various files are for use with Google Earth ( download link ). They will show you the current location of different satellites that orbit the Earth. These range from the very well known Hubble Space Telescope or International Space Station to the less well known – but often visible – Iridium Fleet of satellites. KML is the geographical coding language used by Google Earth and Google Maps. You can download the following Google Earth files (KMZ):

Using the Advanced Satellite Tracker This is a special script that allows you to input your own TLE data, satellite ID and other parameters. To do this download the file linked above. When it opens in Google Earth it will display the Hubble Space Telescope by default. To alter the tracker you need to enter the ‘Get Info’ properties box in Google Earth (usually right- or ctrl-click on the item in the places list). In the ‘Link’ text box you should see