i would like to find an app, which records your voice and links it to the gps location ,
exemple : if on a race-track you could have the feedback from the app, and you can modify/add the recorded information in the log,
just by speaking
for example :
voice-start-cmd : START -> starts recording/playing your voice/recording during , if no entry and silence no recording, if gps position has voice recording, plays it , but still listens to voice and changes/adds the recorded information linked to that particular gps position
pause-cmd ; PAUSE -> pauses the recording only plays gps-location-linked information
stop-cmd : STOP no voice play / recording
the final result will be if for example you say at the beginning of the track PAUSE, it will play the instructions/info you entered during a previous pass-by
………. 90 degrees turn to right ahead , go in breaks smoothly , ….. slight turn to left,
or whatever instructions a rally co rider gives to the pilot
Comment from Zverik on 14 February 2020 at 19:07
Comment from Zverik on 14 February 2020 at 19:08
Although it doesn’t play recordings back.
Also, you shouldn’t rely on tech while driving or navigating a driver.
Comment from ohmygodoui on 15 February 2020 at 04:55
Thank you very much for the app.
It looks very neat , I will see what openstreetmap offers , navigation wise .
I took an annual subscription as it was not expensive.
We will see it’s behaviour.
And what it is capable of.
Comment from ohmygodoui on 15 February 2020 at 05:04
What is the interaction with OSM tracker.
I have them both now .
Are they independ ?
Comment from ohmygodoui on 15 February 2020 at 05:17
Can it take the gps signal of another more gpstracker because my Android’s gps is poor.
For example I was in train yesterday and imoossible for openstreetmap to get a decent gps signal.
Even wase has problems , it behaved sluggish in the car.
Columbus v-900 is it capable of sharing it’s signal , or whatever apparatus you have in mind?
Comment from AkuAnakTimur on 16 February 2020 at 05:28
I’m not sure whether Android 9.0+ allows app to receive mock locations.
You may want to get an external GPS unit that can pair with your phone through Bluetooth. This way, you may get more decent GPS signal for recording GPS tracks.
Comment from ohmygodoui on 16 February 2020 at 05:55
Thank you for the reply.
You have any particular gps device in mind ?
If not I will look for it myself .
Yesterday I used OSMAND app
It reacted very well on my Android
You know if there is a connection - same developper/firm - with openstreetmap?
License/yr is really cheap : 7€/yr
Comment from GOwin on 16 February 2020 at 07:50
OsmAnd is one of the many third-party apps that consume OpenStreetMap data, and developed separately. I think there’s a one-time license fee, not annual
Comment from ohmygodoui on 16 February 2020 at 08:23
Ok , so openstreetmap is een open-source gps tracker with some extensive functionalities implemented.
It is continuously evolving.
It’s tracking file format .GPX can be imported by other third party tools - like ODSAM - which itself has also tracking functionalities. and can show the mapped track ( but not play it I was told ) .
For openstreetmap you need a PC to look at the track record .
To add audio info for a GPS position you have to use a button on de display, in openstreetmap en OdSam.
THAT BUTTON IS A PITY.
1.Can open street map be enhanced -> with continuous recording of voice and mapped to the gps position.
They can do it with the GPS position , if you stand still
No entry in the log is recorded, if u shut t fup ,no voice recording ( some threshold db to start ).
There must be a way to start and stop voice recording of arbitrary length ( not 30 secs ! )
I know it’s not easy , but if you think about it, such an enhancement would be much appreciated.
Thanks for your reply
Check if I understood well please.
Comment from kucai on 16 February 2020 at 12:21
I did use Osmtracker with a rather good success. It is touch activated though, so it’s kinda iffy thing to do while driving. Then, you’ll also need to experiment what recording duration that you need, in my case it was 3 seconds. Also need a earphone/mic close to mouth to keep out ambient noise.
Each recording is tagged at the gps position the moment the record button is pressed. In my case, I have to also sometimes spell out the POS name within the 3 second record time.
Once all the files are done, you can open them with JOSM, it will show up like a GPX track. IIRC, click on the waypoint and the associated recording will play.
Comment from ohmygodoui on 16 February 2020 at 12:44
I agree IFFY !
And so you too would like it to be more powerful with continuous voice recording mapped to the GPS position at that moment .
And this without touching the screen but triggered by the voice db level .
And arbitrary longer than 3 seconds .
If you keep on blathering it keeps recording .
That’s the way I see it. And I believe , you too , right ?
playback after wards by OSMAND .
OSMAND and Openstreetmap should work together to synergise and improve overall user experience.
’ I see I was misspelling OSMAND
In ODSAM sorry for that ‘
Comment from AkuAnakTimur on 17 February 2020 at 15:13
Been using this happily since 2014! But you may want to look for (latest) ones equipped with Galileo/Glonass receivers.
Comment from ohmygodoui on 17 February 2020 at 15:28
Wil have a look
Comment from ohmygodoui on 17 February 2020 at 15:32
Garmin GLO 2 GLONASS 93,82 EURO on Amazon
Comment from pkoby on 17 February 2020 at 16:44
I’ve had success recording a GPS track and a continuous audio file separately (any audio recorder that can timestamp a file will work, I’ve used this one for Android).
You can then load both into JOSM, and align the tracks (if you make some sort of waypoint on the track and say something in the audio, it’s a little easier).
This works best for recordings with frequent talking, otherwise you’re going to have a lot of dead air and will have to speed up the audio or skip around, potentially missing info.
Comment from ohmygodoui on 17 February 2020 at 17:27
Thanks I will have a thorough look at your remark
Comment from ohmygodoui on 17 February 2020 at 17:30
I have openstreetmap