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AW: [Paparazzi-devel] Export your flight track as a GoogleEarth path

From: Ethan Arnold
Subject: AW: [Paparazzi-devel] Export your flight track as a GoogleEarth path
Date: Sat, 21 Jul 2007 01:57:22 +0200


I have a German program which displays vehicle positions in google earth
based on the UTM coordinates transmitted over the radio. 

I think it reloads the .kml file every 10 seconds or so, maybe it can also
go faster? It's done by running a simple webserver on the PC, then
GoogleEarth loads file every few seconds and displays
the info on the map.


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a new feature available from the Log Plotter (sw/logalizer/plot): The log
contains a "Export KML path" entry to create a .kml file from your flight
(the Tmin and Tmax are taken into account). Then you can load this file in
GoogleEarth to look at it in 3D.

A produced example (a flight at 4400 feet) is available in


PS: Nobody know how to drive Google Earth in real time with remote commands

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