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NAME   -  Import  waypoints,  routes,  and  tracks  from a GPS
       receiver or GPS download file into a vector map.


       vector, import, GPS

SYNOPSIS help     [-vwrtpk]       [input=string]        [output=string]
       [format=string]   [proj=string]   [--overwrite]  [--verbose]  [--quiet]

           Verbose mode

           Import waypoints

           Import routes

           Import track

           Force vertices of track or route data as points

           Do not attempt projection transform from WGS84

           Allow output files to overwrite existing files

           Verbose module output

           Quiet module output

           Device or file used to import data
           Default: /dev/gps

           Name for output vector map (omit for display to stdout)

           Format of GPS input data (use gpsbabel supported formats)
           Default: garmin

           Projection  of  input data (PROJ.4 style), if not set Lat/Lon WGS84
           is assumed

DESCRIPTION allows the user to import waypoint, route, and track data
       from  a  locally  connected  GPS receiver or a text file containing GPS
       data of many common formats.  Translation  is  done  via  the  GPSBabel

       This software is not intended as a primary means of navigation.

NOTES   automatically  reprojects  data  using  the  projection
       settings of the current location.  The default input data projection is
       lat/lon WGS84. If your GPS outputs data using another projection or map
       datum, you may include the PROJ.4 parameters defining  your  projection
       in   the  proj  option  and  will  reproject  your  data
       accordingly.  Great care must be taken to get these parameters correct!
       The  automatic  transform  may be skipped by using the -k flag in which
       case the data will be imported unprojected, as it appears in the input.

       Route and Track data may be uploaded as a series of points by using the
       -p  flag,  otherwise  they  will  be  imported  as  lines.  You can run multiple times and merge the line and point vectors  with
       the  v.patch command if you want, but take care when merging dissimilar
       attribute tables.


   GPS device connected via USB adapter
       Import waypoints, tracks, routes from /dev/ttyUSB0 and save to a  GRASS
       vector map: -w input=/dev/ttyUSB0 format=garmin output=waypoints -t input=/dev/ttyUSB0 format=garmin output=tracks -r input=/dev/ttyUSB0 format=garmin output=routes

   GPS device connected via serial adapter
       Import waypoint data from a Garmin GPS connected at /dev/ttyS0 and save
       to a GRASS vector map named waypoints: -w input=/dev/ttyS0 format=garmin output=waypoints

   Import track data from a GPX
       Import track data from a GPX text file and save to a GRASS  vector  map
       named tracks. -t input=gpslog.gpx format=gpx output=tracks

   Import route data from GPS connected at /dev/gps
       Import  route data as a series of points from a Garmin GPS connected at
       /dev/gps and save to a GRASS vector map named routePoints: -r -p file=/dev/gps format=garmin output=routePoints


        db.execute,,,  v.db.connect,  v.patch  gpsbabel
       cs2cs from PROJ.4


       Claudio  Porta  and Lucio Davide Spano, students of Computer Science at
       University of Pisa (Italy).
       Commission from Faunalia Pontedera (PI)
       Based on for GRASS 6.0 by Hamish Bowman
       and for GRASS 5 by Andreas Lange

       Last changed: $Date: 2011-11-08 01:42:51 -0800 (Tue, 08 Nov 2011) $

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       © 2003-2013 GRASS Development Team

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