The Vutog GPS Simulator is a “Virtual GPS Device in a box” that provides a complete suit for all GPS Simulating needs and more. It is designed to assist and maximize the productivity in development, testing and debugging GPS Systems.
Jan 10, 2013 14:03:33
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: The Vutog GPS Simulator provides a complete suite for all your GPS simulating needs and more. It is designed to assist in developing, testing and debugging programs and equipment working with the NMEA-0183 protocol. It can also be used for testing navigation applications and equipment indoor when GPS Signal is not available for best productivity maximization. In addition to this, this product can also used to test GPS Device and its output correctness.
This product can be used with a hardware null-modem (COM port - RS232) cable or Network for TCP/IP. Multiple connections together can be created and managed from same workspace. This is very useful which you want to test multiple devices with same or different test scenarios.
Vutog GPS Simulator works as GPS Sender (generator) mode.
Vutog GPS Simulator acts as a GPS Receiver which works without visible GPS satellites, thus it's much more efficient when used indoors and provides significant productivity. It gives out GPS data (reception quality, speed of relocation, position, and satellite constellation) based on the NMEA-0183 protocol of chosen version. NMEA Sentences can be selected for GPS Simulation based on your need.
Moreover, it works in tracking mode. That is, you just need to select Start Point and End Point before starting GPS simulation. The Vutog GPS Simulator starts generating NMEA Sentences with all data by auto calculation for the object movement from Start Point to End Point.
The output NMEA Sentences can be saved to .NMEA/.TXT file or transmitted via COM port or/and TCP/IP. The Vutog GPS Simulator in Sender Mode supports several operation input modes (Map Input, Log files Playback and None).
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