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Electronic maps have replaced the traditional printed maps for a long time, especially after GPS became popular. So, most GPS device users should be familiar with OziExplorer. It is a very classic and excellent GPS mapping program developed by Des Newman from Australia in 1996. It is highly customizable, and allows to use and create custom maps for remote locations that are not fully covered by the major map providers like Tele Atlas. Therefore, it is deeply favored by outdoor enthusiasts (especially off-road drivers and adventure travelers).
With OziExplorer, you can load other map data into this software to quickly generate a map model, and use this model to continuously improve the map data. It has a built-in professional navigation design system, so that the navigation map design can be easier, and the map data can be more accurate. Even better, OziExplorer also supports electronic map DIY, allowing you to build personal electronic maps with ease. No matter how small the measuring scale is, or how special the map surface is, as long as you have the original paper map, there is always a way to put the locations, thus becoming a map used for satellite positioning.
As a powerful electronic map making tool, OziExplorer supports directly using Garmin, Magellan, Lowrance/Eagle, Brunton/Silva, MLR GPS and so on GPS receivers to edit, upload and download waypoints, routes and tracks, and provides support for online map services like Google Maps, Google Earth, TerraServer-USA, OpenStreetMap and Virtual Earth. All in all, OziExplorer is absolutely a great helper for designing GPS maps.
Because of the openness of OziExplorer, there are many maps made by users available for download on the Internet. They are generally provided by city, each city contains two separate files, with names like “city name.map” and “city name.ozf2” respectively. These two files should go into the same folder. Thereinto, the .map file is the description file of the .ozf2 file. Users can edit these two map files using any text editor. And, to make the map more accurate, you can take advantage of the 30-point calibration function provided by OziExplorer.
// Key Features //
- Use maps or charts which you scan yourself.
- Use maps in various formats which can be purchased in digital form (BSB, USGS DRG, ECW, SID, TIF, PNG, + more).
- Direct support for most Garmin, Magellan, Lowrance/Eagle, Brunton/Silva and MLR GPS receivers for Uploading and Downloading Waypoints, Routes and Tracks.
- Create Waypoints, Routes and Tracks on the map and upload these to your GPS (for supported GPS receivers).
- Download Waypoints, Routes and Tracks from your GPS and display them on a map (for supported GPS receivers).
- Specify permanent Map features on a map and attach a picture (or any other type of file) to each feature. Place symbols and comments on the Map.
- Over 100 map Datums supported.
- Support for many Map projections and Grid systems.
- Print Maps and Waypoint Lists.
- Show your GPS position in real time on the map (moving map).
- In moving map mode OziExplorer will navigate you along your chosen route giving instructions when each waypoint is reached. Various parameters such as Speed, Course, Next Waypoint, Distance, CTS, XTE, ETE and ETA are displayed.
- In moving map operation automatically changes to the next map.
- and much more.
*** OziExplorer cannot upload maps to any GPS Receiver.
// System Requirements //
- A PC running Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10 (both 32 bit and 64 bit versions) incl. Windows 7 Starter and 8 and 10 Pro versions (will NOT run in Windows RT)
- For Upload/Download – Most Garmin, Magellan, Lowrance, Eagle, Brunton/Silva and MLR GPS receivers.
- For Moving Map (real time tracking) Any GPS receiver which outputs NMEA 0183 sentences.
- Maps of your particular area of the world which you purchase in digital form or can scan and calibrate yourself from paper charts.
// Universal Registration Codes //
|User Name or Serial No.||Key Code|
|*Gabino Sáenz Jiménez*||$39EB86C0|
// Edition Statement //
AppNee provides the OziExplorer multilingual full installers and all versions universal registration codes, as well as portable full versions for Windows 32-bit & 64-bit.
// Installation Notes //
- Download and install/extract OziExplorer
- Run program, input the universal registration code above, and click ‘Process Registration‘
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