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 on: April 11, 2017, 03:20:17 pm 
Started by juliancenkier - Last post by juliancenkier
Ok, fine but exported format could be adjusted to send modified for google and for exp. strava like garmin.

For me this format in this way is useless, exp. doubled data fields.

My sugestion was if in this XML are fields like GPXTPX extensions, so my idea was only make switch while export to gpx for save data or only in "gpxtpx" or only in "extension".

Second I found, new firmware saving temperature in every step, but in gpx I don't see it.

And finly when using TGP is annoying to clicking by windows which informe device not conneced or no internet connected. Please remove this.
And even without these windows program fires a long time.

Of'coz I could switch to SportTracks3, but I can't there upload track for navi, or I don't have access to device config, I can't import there .act or easly save to .act whitch I using for backup training.

I only asking to fix those to make use easier TGP, thats all.

 2 
 on: April 10, 2017, 01:26:21 pm 
Started by juliancenkier - Last post by USG_Tech14
Hello juliancenkier,

Unfortunately the GPX format in Training Gym Pro is for uploading to Google Earth.

Not to Trainingpeaks nor Strava.


 3 
 on: April 07, 2017, 05:55:35 pm 
Started by USG_Tech14 - Last post by USG_Tech14
Hello everyone,

One of our most popular LoRa Trackers is the LT-100.

The LT-100 is a LoRaWAN compliant RF Tracker which includes Asia's first LoRaWAN certified module by GlobalSat.
It is designed for asset tracking, pet tracking, and personal monitoring of children and elderly.
It has built-in Help button for emergency report which allows immediate notification to the care giver/ monitor.
It is also equipped with a high capacity battery which avoids the need of frequent charging.
Lt-100 is fully compatible with LoRaWAN compliant gateways, making it the #1 choice for tracking application under the LoRaWAN Network.

Here are some features:

LoRaWAN compliant
Regular/ Real-time tracking by remote configuration
Built-in 3 axis accelerometer for motion sensing capability
Vibrating alert / Buzzer alert
Power Low/Off alert
Charging clip with I/O pin connected charging
Support collar accessory
Built-in help button for emergency situation
Configurable periodic report
Support motion detection
Support both OTAA and ABP mode

 4 
 on: April 07, 2017, 04:02:29 pm 
Started by korivo - Last post by juliancenkier
@zetty
It's possible if you disassembled your unit to send photos whats cover green plate, battery etc.
I intrested while wondering on repleace battery.
Thanks

 5 
 on: April 07, 2017, 12:47:32 pm 
Started by juliancenkier - Last post by USG_Tech14
Hello juliancenkier,

We are looking into this.
Will date update you as soon as we can.

Thank you.

 6 
 on: April 06, 2017, 02:36:26 pm 
Started by USG_Tech14 - Last post by USG_Tech14
Hello everyone,

We are excited to say we are in the development of making BU-353-S4 USB GPS receivers that are fully compatible with Windows 10 Apps.

Windows 10 apps requires a GPS Sensor.
Before we would have to use GPS Gate to convert the GPS receiver into a GPS sensor.

With our new version it will be plug and play. These units will be out in the next couple of months.

Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you.

 7 
 on: April 06, 2017, 02:09:52 pm 
Started by USG_Tech14 - Last post by USG_Tech14
Hello everyone,

The new DG-500 has arrived it is or latest Data logger.

Here are some key points.

DATA LOGGER for recording the traveled path data
Support Micro memory card up to 32G, points (with location/ time/ date/speed)
Micro USB port for charging
Water-resistance IPX4
Built-in Blue tooth for BT GPS Receiver function

The DG-500 also works as a Bluetooth GPS receiver.

You can learn more about the DG-500 here
http://www.globalsat.com.tw/s/2/product-199320/GPS-Data-Logger-DG-500.html

If you have any questions please let us know by replying to this post.
If you wish to purchase any please contact Sales@usglobalsat.com

Thanks.

 8 
 on: April 05, 2017, 09:09:36 am 
Started by juliancenkier - Last post by juliancenkier
This is export GPX one trackpoint, rest has same structure:

Like you see, bolded elements are doubled and complitly not readable by Traningpeaks or Strava
only readable are in "gpxtpx" but by this doubled file is useless.

I sugesst maybe set export option in TGP like comatible with for exp. garmin (gpxtpx) or not then leave only bolded.

Quote
      <trkpt lat="50.161667" lon="16.65672">
        <ele>446</ele>
        <time>2017-03-24T15:54:25Z</time>
        <extensions>
          <speed>2.697222</speed>
          <course/>
          <acceleration/>
          <heartrate>110</heartrate>
          <cadence>0</cadence>
          <power>0</power>

          <gpxtpx:TrackPointExtension>
            <gpxtpx:hr>110</gpxtpx:hr>
            <gpxtpx:cad>0</gpxtpx:cad>
          </gpxtpx:TrackPointExtension>
        </extensions>
      </trkpt>

 9 
 on: April 04, 2017, 12:07:02 pm 
Started by juliancenkier - Last post by USG_Tech14
Hello juliancenkier,

Can you please provide examples of what you are seeing so we can reference them.

Thank you.

 10 
 on: March 30, 2017, 04:29:22 pm 
Started by juliancenkier - Last post by juliancenkier
Hi

I'm using TGpro 1.9.4 and I found error when exporting to gpx format.
Errors are in structure of XML data. First data are doubled like HR and Cadence.
I uploading to Trainingpeaks and this platform doesn't read this right, some data are missing.

I think this data should be only in "gpxtpx:TrackPointExtension" like so:
Quote
<trkpt lon="16.656734" lat="50.161652">
            <ele>448.00</ele>
            <time>2017-02-25T12:52:29Z</time>
                 <extensions>
                  <gpxtpx:TrackPointExtension>
               <gpxtpx:hr>116</gpxtpx:hr>
               <gpxtpx:cad>0</gpxtpx:cad>
             </gpxtpx:TrackPointExtension>
              </extensions>
   </trkpt>

Of'course there is "gpxtpx:speed" and "gpxtpx:course" and "gpxtpx:power" added in exported gpx.

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