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The ovl format is specific to Germany and Austria. For more information, click here The best way that I have found to convert these to shapefiles is to use gpsies , convert to kml, then use ArcGIS to convert to layer. Another software that I have found to be useful is KML Manager but you only get a 21 day free trial.


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but user like to see All of the trace. User would like to see the map for the entire world. Therefore, for Google Maps/OSM to be able to show user the entire world, it has to download the entire map for the entire world. This is patently false. What you need is to allow the user to browse and filter through their traces. You can start by showing user ...


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Can you just generalize the points? All points within x location of y show as x1. Most of the time we are generally slothlike so 99% of points can be glumped (I just made up that word) into 1 point as a center point (this is just noise generally). Then once you zoom in past a certain scale then hey presto more appear. Generalization for the static time with ...


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The answer to this kind of issue should be to rasterize the information on to tiles on the server and simply serve the user tiles of the routes that they want to see. There are a plethora of options for doing this, but I think this train of thought is the best solution. Render the desired view on the server and only pass the tiles to the user, wash and ...


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It's no possible using only web services. The images coming from the Ordnance Ordnance Survey are using projections EPSG:27700 and the Bing Maps are using EPSG:3857. Different projections means different scales, different x,y origins, different units, different images deformations. It's not possible to apply transformations to correct this on client side ...



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