GPS Dashboard 4+

Navigation Display and Mapping

Kevinnovate, LLC

    • 3.5 • 6 Ratings
    • $7.99

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Description

GPS Dashboard displays navigation information from a serially connected GPS (GNSS) device on the Mac.

The US GPS system, Russian GLONASS system, and EU Galileo system are all supported.

Gauges display track direction and speed, and digital readouts display latitude, longitude, altitude, max and average speeds, and time. Graphs plot real-time speed and altitude. An odometer provides a display of distance travelled. The dashboard also shows which satellites are being tracked, and if the GPS has a 3D fix.

A sky-view plots position history of tracked satellites and provides an azimuth/elevation cursor. The positions and rise/set times of the sun and the moon are also shown, and the moon phase is illustrated.

A real-time plot tracks satellite signal strength over time.

GPS Dashboard has integrated maps from several online map providers including OpenStreetMap, Visual Earth, and NOAA. It can also synchronize with the Apple Maps application providing periodic location updates, as well as show the current position on Google Maps.

The Record Track feature can save GPS tracks and waypoints to a file (GPX or CSV). 

GPS Dashboard provides multiple display themes, and the user can customize the location, distance, altitude, and speed units.

A built-in SNTP server keeps your computer (and others) synchronized with GPS time.

You can simulate NMEA messages with a built in GNSS simulator.

You can echo out the received NMEA messages (including from the simulator) to another serial port.

There is an option to prevent the computer from sleeping.

What’s New

Version 2.6.2

Echo the received data (including simulated data) out to another serial port.
Adjustable simulation rate.

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Marcus1225 ,

Works Great!

I'm using the program for off grid Ham Radio activities. It works great with my BU-353S4 UPS reciever, but to my suprise, it also connects to an old Bluetooth DeLorme Earthmate GPS BT-20!

History-Mike ,

Dashboard on Apple M1 Chip

Running GPS Dashboard on M1 chip Mac Mini. Runs very smoothly and even faster than it does on Intel silicon. You do not need to do anything on an M1 chip Mac to get it to run. Just download/install, and click the Icon and stand back and be "amazed." M1 chip blows my Intel i7 Macbook Pro away in speed for this application.

nova-bomb ,

AVOID AVOID AVOID: Does not recognize my GPS

I thought this was a charting app. All it does it looks for a GPS Connection and does not find it. My other apps (MacENC64) works just fine.

I want my money back.

Developer Response ,

Please contact us for support with your specific device. The app supports serial or BT GPS units using a NMEA output. Connection problems are usually solved by a setting on the app or dashboard.

App Privacy

The developer, Kevinnovate, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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