Loklak now supports the NMEA format and gives the developers access to the format in a much more friendlier JSON format which can be readily plugged in into the required map visualizer and usable on the web to create dashboards.
The stream URL is the data URL to which the GPS devices are streaming the data which need to be read by Loklak converted and then reused. For a given stream the response is as follows
We now need to visualize this information. Loklak now has a built in tool which can make this happen present here. You’ll see a screen which asks for the stream URL, Provide the URL where the GPS device is sending the information
This visualizes the information
This is possible with the data format the
NMEA.txt servlet is performing and the client side packaging of the objects while loading them onto a map.
A request is made to the required NMEA data stream and stored into the required latitude and longitude which is then each individually pushed onto the map.
Loklak is now slowly moving towards supporting multiple devices and visualizing the data that it obtains from the device data streams. The NMEA is a global standard for GPS and any tracking devices therefore loklak actively supports more than 10 devices Garmin 15, 15H etc.., from the Garmin series, Xexun 10X series and the Navbie series.