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Converts my solution to a comment. Maybe more words makes it less trivial? Regardless, all these answers may work, but the SuperOverlay format is horrible, and the quads thing is pretty limiting/crude. I reverse engineered an output from OKMap... And you could use that, but I posted a script for ArcGIS here:Exporting 3GB ArcGIS Raster to KML without losing ...
You can use python library to do with this: pyKML and editing some SchemaData. Or editing .KML file directly with text editor.
It could be that depending on the software that you use to do the sum, if one vehicle has no data, then the final sum is invalid. As a simple workaround, you can set value to 0 (zero) for those cars/trucks without data and then do the sum. This workaround is not helpful if you want to know which car did not travel on a specific date.
I think that you probably want to georeference your screenshot before applying any reprojections or transformations (since your screenshot has no coordinate system in its raw state). I would suggest opening a new ArcMap document, setting your Data Frame coordinate system to Plate Carree (Projections - World - WGS 1984 Plate Carree), and then bringing in the ...
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