I've found some info about this on a previous post (Advanced android app for mapping and GPS logging), but it didn't provide enough info, I'm hoping some other tech experts can help!
I have a tablet (Android) and it has integrated GPS, I would like to run a (preferably free) program into which I can input polygon layers (boundary units) and then track our flight path as we move through those polygon units. We are talking fairly large scale (units are at least 30 km²). There's no wifi, and we require something that keeps up to 100kph. Our current GPSs do this fine, but we can't import polygons into the GPSs. We have used ArcPad in the past, but it is too slow.
To summarize - we want a tablet-based program to which we can import GIS polygon layers and then watch our track on the tablet as we fly transects in the polygon units. We would like to export these track to ArcMap when we're done, so pretty much any format will work. I've looked into a couple options (Ozi, Google Earth), but I'd like to know if anyone has any experience with tracking GPS on a tablet at higher speeds and across large areas.