Mapping Software

By Inkling ·
I'm looking for mapping software, something that will fit on a laptop, that will store ~350 points.

The purpose is to store retail stores for the purpose of creating a route for distribution/sales calls.

Budget is limited.

Thanks in advance...

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Garmin e-trex and Naviteq

by Tig2 In reply to Mapping Software

The hand held Garmin has the Naviteq computer interface that will likely meet your needs. I don't know if the Naviteq interface is available separately from the GPS device. I believe that the e-Trex retails in the $250 range.

I would avoid Streets and Maps as I found it to be less than correct.

Have you considered Google Earth for this task?

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Thanks Tig.

by Inkling In reply to Garmin e-trex and Naviteq

I'll check those two out.

I actually found a trial copy of Microsoft MapPoint laying around, but I'm having issues with it.

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Used to use Delorme Street Atlas when I had my own truck

by OnTheRopes In reply to Mapping Software

At one point I had 18 months worth of deliveries bulleted. Worked great with a cheap GPS unit.

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Check your email <nt>

by OnTheRopes In reply to Mapping Software
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web based mapping software

by spiler In reply to Mapping Software

I am not sure if this would help, but try this site:

we develop many kinds of GIS (geographic information systems) maybe the web map + a layer with the information you want to display would be enought.


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